We are excited to announce we are continuing our Think Kind student competition in 2019. The Think Kind student competition is an opportunity for NZ students to give a voice to animals and demonstrate kindness and compassion for them; learn about the environmental impacts of animal agriculture on our planet and learn how the human body can thrive on a plant-based diet. The competition is supported with a NZ curriculum-based lesson plan. Projects can be done individually, as a school team, or as a class. Every student will receive a certificate and a prize.
Make sure you read the guidelines – if you have questions, email us on firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you a teacher? Download educational project ideas, lesson plans and worksheets from our Think Kind Resources page. In Auckland we also have a wonderful guest-speaker available – get in touch with us to organise a school talk.
Students, check out our Think Kind resources page for inspiration and help!
Choose a project (action, literature, art) that demonstrates kindness towards animals or raises awareness about animal issues in your school or local community. These can be done anytime from now until early August.
The topics covered in your entry must include being kind to animals through dietary or lifestyle choices (e.g. not eating animals, not wearing leather/fur, not visiting rodeos/greyhound races, avoiding products that use animal testing).
Show us how treating animals kindly helps (in one or more of the following ways):
Submit your project online by sharing an image/video/file and a brief description of your project. Submissions close Monday 12th August. Entrants will receive a small prize and a certificate.
A big thank you to our generous sponsors. We could not run this competition without you!
Thank you for Think Kind Australia for all the resources and for this wonderful competition idea!