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Kind News Resource Room

Supplements to the April/May 2015 issue

Kind News magazine, Apr/May 2015

Kind News April-May 2015 cover


In spring, many wild animals give birth and try to raise their young in a safe environment. But as we develop more and more land, building homes, businesses and the infrastructure to support them, we encroach on their natural habitats. Conflicts with wildlife occur, but it's important for children to know that there are ways to peacefully coexist with our wild neighbors. From sharing a beach with harbor seals to being courteous to wild critters near our homes, this issue of Kind News encourages kids to respect the wildlife around them.

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Teachers and Parents Guides

In the teachers and parents guides for each grade level, you'll find Common Core-Aligned Activities, answer keys, book suggestions and more.

Primary (grades K-2): Teachers Guide | Parents Guide
Junior (grades 3-4): Teachers Guide | Parents Guide
Senior (grades 5-6): Teachers Guide | Parents Guide


Download a worksheet to supplement topics covered in this issue of Kind News.
A Tale of Two Critters worksheets: Primary | Junior | Senior 

More Resources

  • Learn more about the importance of spaying and neutering pets
  • Find easy steps to keep wildlife out of your home and ways to humanely remove them if they decide to move in
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