Free Educational Resources from PETA
Teachers can order the following publications free;
- Share the World’ Pack – KS 1 and 2
- Just Choices Pack – KS 3 and 4
- Animal Rights Pack – GCSE English
- Meat-Free Monday Primary Pack and Secondary Pack
Peta has just added new stickers to their list of free materials
Request your FREE Circus Activity Book with stickers.
E-mail your full name and mailing address to PETAKids@peta.org to have a copy of this activity book sent to your home!
Request a free Kid’s Guide To Help Animals Magazine, free stickers, and comic books.
Scroll about midway down the page under the words “FREE STUFF.”
There is another program available that will allow you to grab some free stickers.
This one is from Peta2. Same brand, same idea, just a different audience I am assuming. Either way, request your FREE STICKERS HERE.
Another way to earn free stuff
Complete missions to earn free stuff. Like books, stickers, and other fun stuff.
Many of you are familiar with this organization, PETA stands for People For The Ethical Treatment Of Animals.
There are currently over 2 million members and growing.
This company is all about protecting animals, whether it be from animal testing on products or inhumane treatment of animals in food processing facilities.
They promote the Vegetarian Lifestyle. If you do not know where your food is coming from and how these animals are being treated BEFORE they arrive on your dinner table, isn’t it better to just NOT eat them in the first place?
Now don’t get me wrong. I like my KFC or juicy steak just as much as the next person; however, we need to be more aware of these issues and help stop them. Animal cruelty as been going on for far too long, and it’s time that we stood up to protect those that cannot defend themselves.
If you would like more information on PETA or would like to get involved, be sure to check them out on the web. There is a ton of useful information there.