The Teachers Role
Teacher and supervising adults play a key
role in the success of Kids 4 Seals. Harnessing
and directing the incredible energy and creative
ideas of the kids is essential for creating effecting
roles for the seals the kids can play.
This section is focused on refining that idea and designed
to give you the tools and resources necessary to help
the kids and seals the most.
Check out the gallery of school
projects page! Get your class involved in making
a difference - check
out our information on targeting a letter writng campaign.
Announcing our new projects idea page:
This page is full of
ideas from our new project manager Angela. This page
contains k-8, high school and college level projects.
Also, we are anouncing a new contest for the best
paper on the ecosystem management aspects of the seal
for more information!
Resources & Tools
Seal Lesson Kits for Teachers. These
kits include PowerPoint presentations with notes (one
for elementary students and one for older students),
questions (with answers) for use on tests and homework
assignments, a list of topics for term papers and reports,
and a short video (from HSUS).
The presentations are
not full of blood and gore; instead they are factual
and informative and discuss many aspects of the hunt.
Students also learn about seals, including their life
stages and migration patterns.
We have sent these kits
to teachers across the nation and have also given presentations
using these kits to classes all over California. Kids
of all ages respond positively to these presentations.
They learn and they want to get involved in being a
positive source of change for the seals and their ecosystem.
The Powerpoint CD's are suitable and designed
for 2 different age groups of students:
1) Elementary through 8th grade
2) High School and College
a Powerpoint CD today for your kids