Animal Shelters, Service Learning, and Dramatic Play

Published on: January 15, 2014

Filled Under: Ask the Reader (YOU), Idea Box

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Free Animal Shelter Service Learning Project + Mini Dramatic Play Kit for Preschool and KindergartenWhat do animal shelters, service learning and dramatic play have in common? PreK Pages has developed an animal service learning project with mini dramatic play kit available to you FREE!

Vanessa says, ” Children who are taught to empathize with others and engage in altruistic behaviors from a young age (with adult guidance) are less likely to become bullies. That is where Service Learning Projects come in.  Service learning projects, when done properly, can help children learn to empathize with others through the collection and donation of items in a meaningful and educational way.”

Children will learn about caring for others, giving back to the community, and animal adoption, as well as socialization and working together in this dramatic play kit. Visit the link above to download the free files.

Tell me- What other service learning projects do YOU facilitate with the children in your life?

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