Here are a few ways you can help animals from your classroom
Volunteer to help younger students with their reading. Read them stories about protecting animals, their natural habitats, and about people helping animals.
You and your class can sponsor an animal in a sanctuary. Sponsorship is a kind of virtual adoption. The money that you donate to sponsor an animal supports the animal's care. You'll receive a photo of the animal and information about him or her. You may even receive periodic updates on the animal's progress.
Prepare a report or speech for your class about the problems of wild animal captivity, habitat encroachment, environmental preservation, pet overpopulation, or responsible pet care.
Ask your teacher if you can initiate a letter-writing project. Talk to people at your local animal rescue or shelter to find out why animals are being turned over to them. Write letters to your local and state government officials and the newspapers expressing your concerns and recommending solutions. Make a bulletin board and display responses so other students can see them.
Create a puppet show or play for your class or school about wild animal protection or responsible pet care. Ask your principal if you can present it for an assembly.