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  • Help with Animal Companion Chores: Encourage your child to make time for and meet the needs of those in their care.
  • Play Make Believe: Very young children can practice sharing compassion with their stuffies! They can ‘feed them,’ ‘take them for a walk,’ and even ‘go to the vet.’ These actions build compassion and encourage them to think outside of themselves.
  • Support local Rescues/Sanctuaries: Even if you aren’t currently caring for an animal, you can make a difference in the lives of those in your area. Hold a bake sale, a fundraiser or do a school project on a local organization and share it with classmates.
  • Get outside more often: Take a hike through the park, go birdwatching, or do a nature walk through a local wetland.

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