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5 Animal Gives Students Can Do In Their Remote Classrooms

These animal gives are perfect giving ideas that students can do in their remote classrooms. It has almost been one full year since the World Health Organization declared a world pandemic, almost a year! People around the globe adopted new ways of life to be safe. One of these new ways of living included the remote classroom to keep students and teachers safe. School remains an important part of life, for our socialization, learning and mental health. While some kids went back to their classroom to learn again in person, many kids around the world remain at home and continue with school remotely.

The Pandemic and New Ways Students Can Give Remotely

Although remote school has brought on some challenges, it also created new opportunities. Teachers and students alike have found ways to connect to each other and their communities through remote giving and have benefited from these new ideas. Students continued to give in their remote classrooms to ensure kids remain engaged and continue to make a difference in the world. Being remote doesn’t mean being disconnected. Students have found in some ways they are more connected. Remote classrooms can provide new and fun experiences while providing students and teachers new ways to give.

Animal Gives Are Important – Animals Need Our Help

Animals are an important part of our community and ecosystems. Creating ways to support animals within a remote classroom environment can be a challenge but also a fun way to discover new giving ideas. We have animals all around us – in our homes, in our backyards, in various  landscapes, in oceans, lakes, rivers and creeks. Wherever we look, we can find animals that will benefit from our help. Now more than ever we have to continue to look for new ways to give to our animals and our planet.

5 Ways Students Can Give to Animals  In Their Remote Classrooms

    1. Donate to your local animal rescue/SPCA – you can donate your allowance, you can fundraise in your classroom or in your school and donate it to your local animal shelter. Donations are even more necessary during the pandemic when volunteers and in-kind donations are much more limited.
    2. Research plant based meals – give to animals around the world by eating meat-free once per week. Research easy to make and tasty meal ideas in your remote classroom and try them at home. Make sure to share any recipe, meals or snacks that you enjoy and spread the knowledge to other remote classrooms.
    3. Sponsor an animal – make your animal give have a lasting impact on endangered species around the world. World Wildlife Fund is one organization that has animals to sponsor and they provide adoption kits to bring the learning home. These make great gifts for any  occasion – you can send a sponsored gift pack to a friend and give to an animal of your choice anywhere in the world.
    4. Pet supplies that give back – if you have a pet at home you can do your animal give by ordering pet supplies from a company that donates partial proceeds to a local animal shelter. Many pet stores have foundations or support their local shelters and rescue agencies. Make sure to look before you buy and you can do your animal give every time you look after your pet at home.
    5. Give to animals by spreading the love – spread joy by sharing your love of animals through social media. Take photos of your pet and share them on social media or send emails to friends and family far away. Raise awareness of endangered species by sharing photos and facts about animals around the world.

Animal Love Is Shown Through Animal Gives

There are many ways to give to animals from your remote classroom. Just learning about animals through your own interests will help animals around the world. Sharing this knowledge spreads the joy and kindness. Your remote classroom gives you a powerful platform for finding and sharing information, for fundraising or donating, and for spreading news about how animals help our planet and our well being.  Your gives will help animals worldwide while bringing happiness and joy to your remote classroom.

Is your classroom part of the The 365give Challenge? Have a look at how this program can shift your wellbeing, that of your peers, or if you are a teacher, how it can change your classroom culture by giving and through kindness. We all need a bit of help with how we feel these days, and giving is your ticket to happiness. It is as easy as 1, 2, 3.


What people are saying about 365give

“I wanted to express my gratitude for the teaching you provided today. Your message was delivered eloquently, compassionately, and without judgment. The kids were engaged, and now have knowledge with which they can change the world. We all appreciated how you took the time to help us learn to build positive mindsets and practice happiness.”
Shelley Gardner, Grade 6 Ridgeview Elementary (West Vancouver)
“Actions really do speak louder than words, which is why I believe the 365give Challenge has resonated throughout my community. Every give we do is so important to us and leaves us happier and appreciating our lives a little bit more than before.”
Mahina Niyozova (Tajikistan)
“After watching the 365give TEDx Talk, I was inspired to join and begin a daily giving program in India. Today, along with 12 other volunteer women, we provide 100 meals to local underprivileged children in Bangalore for school every day.”
Deepika Ahuja, Mom (Bangalore, India)
“My life has greater meaning now.”
Renate Jorge, @BeKindBrazil and 365give Member, Family Program (Brazil)
“I just wanted to share that 365give really helped me. I am a better person now, thank you.”
MayLee, 365give Member, Individual Program
“This 365give Challenge has really injected excitement and extra enthusiasm in each work day as I think about what we can do. It has motivated me and the students.”
Cristina Peters, School Counselor (New York City, USA)
“I have seen a huge shift in energy throughout my classroom since doing the 365give Challenge. The Challenge has empowered my students to make a positive difference in the school’s community and beyond.”
Cella Adriana, Special Needs Educator /The Holliswood School (New York City, USA)
“The 365give Challenge helps students understand their impact on others. It opens avenues for introducing and discussing global and local issues in classrooms. It is powerful to watch students of all ages think about how they can make a change in another person’s life with one small act.”
Jessica Hall, Primary Teacher, French Immersion at École Pauline Johnson (West Vancouver, Canada)