The main purpose of this teaching-learning material is to improve both the knowledge and the emotions of the pupils, towards the animals, wild or domesticated. In total, there are 59 (fifty-nine) activities for primary school pupils, which are introduced solely by the teacher, albeit they can also be partly implemented by trained parents. It is, mainly, addressed to primary school pupils (ages 6-12). The teacher can use this tool also to teach younger (kindergarten) or older pupils (ages 12-15) with the proper adjustments. The activities are divided into two parts. The first part of activities is addressed to younger children (6-9 years old), while the second part is addressed to older children i.e. 9-12 years old or older. The teacher can decide whether the activities can be used in a different age context than the one for which they are originally written, with the necessary adaptations.  

Teachers guide

PAW’s teachers guide is divided according to the proposed activities, accompanied by suggested lesson plans and recommended activities. Indicates topics from the educational material for which it is recommended to use the proposed additional material or activities, All material is prepared on an international level regarding to meet the needs of the International project team but it is suggested to follow the rule „think globally, act – locally“.

PAW's handbook for parents

This guide is a handbook to provide parents with information on animal welfare, concerning legal framework on animal protection, listing animal welfare organisations/shelters or instructions in case of animal adoption. It was created in the framework of the European PAW project and aims to capture this useful information in each partner country. PAW is the result of a joint effort by many different organisations from countries such as Poland, Greece, Spain, Lithuania, Greece and North Macedonia, who seek to create effective methodologies on animal welfare education and animal therapy