Meeting needs kindergarten


Keep your little ones learning and entertained at home! These fun and educational kindergarten worksheets make the perfect boredom busters and nurture compassion, understanding and respect for all animals.



Year Level: K–1

Learning area: Science, English, Visual Arts

General capabilities: Critical and creative thinking; literacy


Learning Objectives and Outcomes

This homeschool worksheet bundle explores the concept that animals have feelings and needs. Children will draw on their own experiences to identify the needs and emotions humans share with other animals, particularly farm animals. They will also learn how visual clues (both imagined and in real life) can tell us how other animals are feeling.

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Human mothers aren’t the only ones who form close bonds with their babies. Learn how cows, pigs, chickens and sheep love and nurture their offspring.


Year Level: 1–2

Learning area: Science

General capabilities: Critical and creative thinking; ethical understanding; literacy

Lesson duration: 120 minutes

Learning Outcomes

Students will:

  • understand that animals reproduce, grow and change
  • learn about how different animal mothers care for their offspring
  • understand the different stages in the life cycle of cows, pigs, chickens and sheep
  • draw comparisons between how certain animals like cows, pigs, chickens and sheep reproduce in a more natural setting versus an intensive production farm.
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free classroom posters


Download our vibrant Positive Skills Classroom Poster Set and brighten up your classroom with these positive daily reminders for your students.


Have you practiced kindness today? Can you tell the difference between a fact and an opinion? Can you remember how to have a respectful conversation?

Download our Positive Skills Classroom Poster Set and brighten up your classroom with these positive daily reminders to be kind, listen to others, be respectful towards others and think before you speak.

You can print these PDF posters in the following paper sizes: A0, A1, A2, A3 and A4.

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meatless mondays schools


Download your colourful Meatless Mondays poster to celebrate your students cutting out meat once a week to reduce their carbon footprint and make kinder food choices.


Did you know it takes more than 2000 litres of water to make just one hamburger, and more than 15,000 litres to make one piece of steak?

Meatless Mondays are a fun and easy way for schools to reduce their carbon and water footprint, encourage healthy eating and empower students to make informed food choices. The initiative already takes places in hundreds of schools around the world, from the United States to the Philippines, to educate children about healthy and sustainable eating.

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animal rights club students

Why start a club?

Empower your students, foster critical and creative thinking skills, and have some fun!



Starting a Kindness Club at school is a great way for young students to get together and share ideas, plan and carry out meaningful and empowering activities for change and spread awareness about animal rights, welfare and protection issues in their communities. 

What is the Kindness Club Kit?

The Kindness Club kit is suitable for students in Years 3–8, but can easily be adapted for most year levels. It contains an 8-page booklet to help students set up their club and includes information for club facilitators.

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