Resources for Educators

Humane Education promotes personal and global responsibility. Teaching people how to accept and fulfill their responsibilities to companion animals, such as cats and dogs, and all forms of animal life. It explains the consequences of irresponsible behavior and encourages people to see the value of all living things.

Lollypop Farm’s Humane Education programs incorporate social-emotional learning (SEL) and engage individuals of all ages to model empathy, compassion, and respect. Lollypop Farm is proud to support humane education and social-emotional learning (SEL) through a combination of in-person programs and virtual learning experiences.

Please enjoy this collection of free humane education and SEL resources. For more information about in-person programming, please contact the Humane Education Department at (585) 223-1330 x173 or by email.



Virtual Classroom Programs

Lollypop Farm virtual classroom programs offer interactive, educational presentations about engaging and fun topics in humane education and animal welfare. Programs are tailored to the audience’s age level and interests and are available to groups of any kind, including schools, clubs, homeschool groups, learning pods, and community organizations.


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VIRTUAL SCOUT WORKSHOPS

Looking for a unique and memorable experience for your Scouts? Lollypop Farm is proud to offer virtual scout workshops! Bring your scout troop together in a private Zoom session, as a Lollypop Farm Humane Educator and animal ambassador engage the audience in fun and education activities that will meet the needs of specific badge requirements.



Youth Service and Student Projects

From DIY service learning projects to organizing a supply drive, there are a number of ways to help pets in need.



Lollypop Farm Kahoot Games

Learn about our animal friends while playing fun trivia games!



Lollypop Farm YouTube Video Library

From rat’s painting to live cat cams to animal story time—there is something for everyone in our YouTube video library!


Questions?
Contact the Humane Education Department at (585) 223-1330 x173 or by email.