Are Your Children Ready To Help the Strays of Straytown?

28 10 2010

For those of you who read this blog regularly, you know our main “diet” of posts is geared toward helping to educate our readers on animal rescue and helping nonprofits to extend their reach into their community. We don’t normally do “product reviews.” Well, this post is a little different. I want to take just a few minutes of your time and introduce you to a product that I stumbled upon while putting together our children’s humane education program: Koala’s Kids Klub.

There are many unique humane education programs circulating the animal rescue community. However, there is one that stands out and that is the Fur-Ever Home, The Animal Rescue Game. Yes, that’s right, we’re talking about a board game. Children love to play, and when you combine playing with learning valuable information, you’ve created the perfect environment for teaching children to truly make a difference.

Fur-Ever Home, The Animal Rescue Game is produced by Petsapalooza and offers a unique look into the animal rescue world. Children eight and up can play with three of their friends to help Spaghetti, Meatball and their friends of Straytown who are lost. Children will learn how a rescue operates – from the intake of animals to the struggles of keeping the lights on to what to do when the shelter is full.

If you are looking for a way to connect with your children and teach them about an important aspect of animal rescue, this game is for you. Combine teaching a love and understanding of animals to your children with quality family time and it’s a win-win situation for all.



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29 10 2010

Please feel free to register & post your blogs here for extra coverage. Julia x

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