There are so many great resources out there, we just need to
pull together to make the most of our efforts. We hope you enjoy
the following list of related websites:
Please note, Compassionate Kids is not responsible for the
content on these external websites, and we may not necessarily
agree with all the information you find on them. Please use
discretion and find the resources that work best for you.
DREAM THE FOREST WILD: How Children Saved a Rainforest
For teachers and kids: a story and kids' book project to help
the Children's Eternal Rainforest in Costa Rica
The Earth's Birthday Project has resources to help teachers educate
children about the Earth.
This club is sponsored by the United States Environmental Protection Agency.
the Earth United
This is a non-profit organization which helps young people learn about
animals, plants, ecology, nature centers and more.
This site is an interactive website for children who love
exploring, enquiring, investigating and discovering the world we
This is the kids' center of the Rainforest Action Network.
The youth section of
Walton League of America is designed especially for
young people interested in protecting and enjoying the outdoors.
Environmental Sanity (YES)
Geared towards ages 15 and up, this organization has an
outstanding stage performance that truly inspires.
American World by PBS Kids
Committee for Hispanic Children and Families
Addresses issues that affect our growing Hispanic
communities. Some issues include child care training and
referral services, youth services such as dropout prevention and
after-school care, support for Latino immigrants and public
The Giraffe Project inspires
people to stick their necks out for the common good. Youth
section includes curriculum and other resources.
This is the CDC's project to help children
understand those with disabilities.
Includes Black History from A to Z.
Multicultural Children's Literature
Children's multicultural books appropriate for the elementary
grades (kindergarten through grade six). Cultural groups:
African Americans, Chinese Americans, Latino/Hispanic Americans,
Japanese Americans, Jewish Americans, Native Americans, and
Inspired by the children's
book, Don't Laugh at Me (see
recommended books page), Operation Respect is a
non-profit organization working to transform schools, camps and
organizations focused on children and youth, into more
compassionate, safe and respectful environments.
Partners Against Hate
Partners Against Hate
offers promising education and counteraction strategies for
Tolerance.org's Kids' Page
Youth for Human
Child-oriented website with humane education materials and games
presented by the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty
to Animals (ASPCA).
This extensive website will help you find an amazing number of
animal-oriented resource. The also have a
special section for kids animal-oriented links.
The Fund for
Animals' Learning Zone
Includes coloring books, comic books, pamphlets, news
articles, teaching units, and information for teachers and
students of all ages.
- Website helps teach young people about the importance of
treating animals with kindness and respect. A project of the
National Association for Humane and Environmental Education (NAHEE).
National Association for
Humane and Environmental Education (NAHEE)
The youth education division of The Humane Society of the United
Humane Education Society
Includes games, essay contest, and more.
The PAKT Foundation (People, Animals & Kids Together) helps
animal sanctuaries while creating a path of learning and
inspiration for children.
Child-oriented animal rights information for children presented
by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA).
Humane educational resources for teaching children kindness.
GENERAL COMPASSION & HUMANE EDUCATION
The Ethical Choices Program is a non-profit project that
recognizes that moving towards a peaceful world will require
thoughtful, critical thinkers and leaders.
A non-profit educational organization dedicated to enhancing the
quality of life by educating the public as to the benefits of a
plant-based diet and sustainable lifestyle.
for Humane Education
The kids section of the Peace Corps website has good
information about kids making a difference in the worlds.
Peace Corps Lesson Plans
As part of the "World Wise Schools" program, lesson plans are
available based on grade levels and/or topics such as
cross-cultural understanding and environmental studies.
For Change Humane Education
for Change Humane Education is a project of
In Defense of Animals
(IDA), offers a free series of captivating, educational
presentations as well as resources on animal, environmental, and
cultural issues for grades six through college and adult
audiences in San Diego County and surrounding areas.
Society of Peace
The Houston-based Society of PEACE (People for the Earth,
Animals, Compassion & Enlightenment) is an organization
dedicated to promoting peace and compassion for ALL beings on
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