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By Kristina Hulvershorn As I’ve led children into the woods for a hike, I’ve heard some amazing things. Some beautiful and inspiring and some that break my heart. I was a kid who was gifted with loads of exposure to the natural world, whether digging in the dirt, planting seeds,

By Kristina Hulvershorn Most children love art. For many, it’s an opportunity to let loose and express an emotional world that they are still learning to articulate. I have been continually reminded, as a humane educator, how seamlessly art can be paired with humane education topics. Often, upon learning about

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A wonderful teacher we have worked with in the past got in touch with us with a very interesting question. She wanted to know if we had any suggestions for humane prizes to give to students in the classroom.   She is not alone. When students do great things, many