Humane Education Products Next of Kin Available free to educators Contact Animalearn

Next of Kin: A Compassionate, Interdisciplinary Science Curriculum (Grades 2-5 & 6-9)

Written and Developed by Rachel Fouts-Carrico

This comprehensive curriculum contains interdisciplinary activities on CD-ROM offering students options to participate in decision-making and cooperative problem solving tasks. The activities are designed to promote awareness, attitudes, and actions to solve the problems that all animals are faced with whether living in captivity or living in their natural environment.
Animalearn Resource Kit Available free to educators Contact Animalearn

Animalearn Resource Kit

This informational kit contains literature on alternatives to dissection, opportunities for cost savings, issues related to using animals in education, and our Science Bank catalog.
Frog Fact Files Available free to educators Contact Animalearn

Frog Fact Files

This colorful kit is filled with frog fact sheets (reproducible) covering topics ranging from the life cycle to dissection. Kit includes a bullfrog poster and frog friend stickers.

Back Issues of AV Magazine

Humane Science Education: Making the Grade - AV Magazine Download PDF

Humane Science Education: Making the Grade

AV Magazine, Winter 2006
Scientific Strides of Innovation: Alternatives - AV Magazine Download PDF

Scientific Strides of Innovation: Alternatives

AV Magazine, Spring 2005
Compassion in Action: Legal and Effective Tools to Help Animals - AV Magazine Download PDF

Compassion in Action: Legal and Effective Tools to Help Animals

AV Magazine, Fall 2003
Reaching for the Future: The Evolution of Humane Science Education - AV Magazine Download PDF

Reaching for the Future: The Evolution of Humane Science Education

AV Magazine, Fall 2002
The Cycle of Kindness: Humane Children for a Humane World - AV Magazine Download PDF

The Cycle of Kindness: Humane Children for a Humane World

AV Magazine, Winter 2000
Dissecting Dissection - AV Magazine

Dissecting Dissection

AV Magazine, Winter 1996

Contact Animalearn for a free copy. (not available for download)