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Summer II 2022 - Lessons, Addressing Controversy, Humane Books

Summer 2022 - Summer Camp, New Classroom Guide, Supporting Children in Challenging Times

Spring 2022 - Animal Adoption, Bat Appreciation, and Earth Day

Winter 2022 - In Someone Else's Paws

Summer II 2021 - The Power of Storytelling

Summer 2021 - 5 Lessons to Inspire Change

Spring 2021 - Spring Activities and Farm Animal Curriculum Release

Winter II 2021 - Resources for Valentine's Day and World Spay Day

Winter 2020 - Jumpstart Your Humane Education Efforts in 2021

Fall II 2020 - Compassion for Turkeys

Fall 2020 - Building Love Through Understanding

Summer II 2020 - Humane Education and Math

Summer 2020 - Multiple Pathways to Learning

Spring 2020 - Home Learning Resources

March 2020 - Animals and the Environment

February 2020 - School Break Camps

January 2020 - The Human-Animal Bond

December 2019 - Youth Taking Action for Animals

November 2019 - Understanding and Reducing Animal Suffering

October 2019 - Promoting Critical Thinking

September 2019 - Animals and the Holidays

August 2019 - Cultivating Prosocial Behavior

July 2019 - Fostering Empathy

June 2019 - A Comprehensive Approach to Humane Education

May 2019 - Adoption, Rescue, and Sanctuary

April 2019 - Summer Camp

March 2019 - Animal Needs

February 2019 - Starting a Humane Education Program

January 2019 - Everyone Has Feelings!

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