Dec 13

About Us

The idea of Paws for Peace was born from a love for teaching, children and animals and a strong desire to make the world a kinder place for everyone.  Here at Paws for Peace we believe that we can help prevent bullying behaviors by reaching children at a young age and helping them see things though other’s eyes.  We are founded on the idea that empathy and compassion are the keys to creating a culture of kindness.  The long-term outcome will be the creation of  a positive social norm where kindness and respect exist naturally.  Paws for Peace works with children to promote prosocial behaviors and humane education through the use of music, movement, arts and crafts activities, cooking, drama, animal literature and interactive discussions.  We use animal themes, puppetry and hands on activities to engage the children and keep them learning and having fun at the same time .

Building classroom community and creating a culture of kindness and respect..

Building classroom community and creating a culture of kindness and respect..

Teaching about kindness and how to fill up everyone's buckets.

Teaching about kindness and how to fill up everyone’s buckets.

Our curriculum supports M.S.D.E. accreditation indicators as well as Kindergarten Readiness goals and objectives.   It also meets the goals and objectives of Creative Curriculum and the basic learning goals for all early childhood programs.

Fact: Did you know that 90% of a child’s brain development will take place by age 5 based on the stimulation they receive?Paws for Peace, LLC wants to make an impact when kids are still forming their value systems so they can learn what kindness looks like and what role they can play in helping to make the world a nicer place to live. Kindness really does change everything!

 

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