Livingstone School, Lundbreck

Miss Davis’s Grade One Class participated in the AnimalTales program. The students enjoyed the stories and the discussions that followed. Through the discussions/conversations the students were able to demonstrate empathy! Great job, Grade 1!

McKenzie Lake School, Calgary

Miss Skunta’s Grade Three Class participated in the AnimalTales program. The students enjoyed the stories and the discussion that followed. Way to go, Grade 3!

Dr. Gordon Townsend School, Calgary

Ms. Cairney’s Class participated in the AnimalTales program. The students enjoyed the stories and the activities that followed. The students completed a short Google Slide activity listing ways to be kind to animals, had a lot of discussion on animal shelters, humane societies and SPCA’s, and related the treatment of their own animals to those […]

Banff Elementary School, Banff

Ms. Ramdyal’s Grade Two Class participated in the AnimalTales program. The students enjoyed the books and the discussion and activities (especially story writing) that followed! Great work, Grade 2!

Northmount School, Edmonton

Miss Murray’s Kindergarten Class participated in the AnimalTales program. The students enjoyed the stories and the activities that followed. The students were learning online during the program so the students used their stuffed animals to practice taking care of a pet! Way to go, Kinders!

Bishop David Motiuk School, Edmonton

Mrs. Carr’s Grade One Class participated in the AnimalTales program. The students enjoyed the stories and learning the needs of animals. Good job, Grade 1!

Hill Crest Community School, La Crete

Mrs. Pitre’s Grade Four Class participated in the AnimalTales program. The students enjoyed the stories and had a great discussion about what people can do to help control the pet population after reading It’s Raining Cats and Cats. Fantastic job, Grade 4!

Erskine Colony School, Erskine

Mrs. Guba’s Class participated in the AnimalTales program. The students enjoyed the books and the discussions that followed. After reading Tails Are Not for Pulling the students discussed how animals communicate and the students then pretended they were animals and tried to communicate emotions while the other students had to guess what the ‘animal’ was […]

St. Alphonsus Elementary School

Mrs. Savrtka’s Grade Five Class participated in the AnimalTales program. The students enjoyed the books and the discussions and activities that followed. Through discussion, students were able to demonstrate what is involved in responsible pet ownership. Bravo, Grade 5!

Florence MacDougall Community School, High Level

Mrs. Kearney’s Grade One Class participated in the AnimalTales program. The students enjoyed the activities and discussions that came with each book, especially Max Talks to Me. The students were able to think about their responsibilities when it comes to animals and also see those responsibilities, and pets in general, in a positive way! Great […]