Art: Make posters advertising a local
rescue group's special events.
Create animal portraits or "paw print"
art as a fundraiser.
Submit original artwork for a rescue
group's fundraising calender.
Science: Contact local veterinarians or
veterinary technicians to learn about
various viruses and zoonotic
diseases and create an informational
brochure to be placed in the
Research animal & eco-friendly
products and create a directory of
products for shelter/vet and
Social Studies: Study state legislature voting records
on humane topics and prepare leaflets
so the community knows where a
candidate stands on issues based
on past votes.
Research animal advocates of the past
(such as George Angell, Leo Tolstoy,
Thomas Paine, or Abraham Lincoln) &
create a book of quotes to be placed
in a shelter or vet lobby or at
Mathematics: Collect data and develop a
presentation or public service
announcement concerning pet
overpopulation & the benefits of
Create an age appropriate feeding
schedule for animals brought to
a shelter or in current Humane
Society (HSJC) foster care and
measure appropriate amounts food
for each animal.
Please note there are more activities, these are just a few examples. We will
make sure the activities are age appropriate for your class/group.