It’s never too early to stand up for the animals. 80 ten year old kids in grades four and five participated in a march standing up for animals. Christine Hale explains, “we marched so we can show that we care for the animals.”. These young protesters were part of an ecology club at their school that marched at the Elephants and Rhinos march that took place this weekend.
Inspired by their teachers, these kids felt a need to take action and made a statement to the world.
The teachers are proud to include endangered animals into their curriculum as it opens their eyes to the bigger issues at hand. “Kids are naturally protectors. When you talk to the child about what animals anywhere in the world are going through you see the empathy and we need to make it stronger. We need to make that feeling stronger so our children will be the ones who.”.
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