Student Activity: Making Toys for Rescued Chimps

Image screenshot from HEART.
We love highlighting the great things humane educators are doing. Recently we saw a blog post by our allies at HEART that describes a project they've engaged students in, to help them learn about the plight of chimpanzees, while also giving students an opportunity to help rescued chimps who live at the Save the Chimps sanctuary.

Students created and decorated balls made of paper mâché to turn them into "chimpiñatas," which hold special treats for the chimps.

Read the complete post.


Save the Chimps has created a how-to video for making the chimpiñatas:




This is a fun activity that many students would enjoy.

~ Marsha

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