Great River Rescue Virtual Lessons

Great River Rescue Virtual Lessons


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Great River Rescue Virtual Lessons

Brought to you by the Great River Rescue Community Education Committee – Eric Sundem, Barb Godding, Angie Fournier, Casey Kiehne, Ethan Larson, and Brandon Mustful

For the past several summers, Great River Rescue offered a summer day camp for kids. These camps gave kids an interactive learning experience around pets and wildlife. Because of the public health crisis, we were not able to plan and offer a summer day camp this year, but we still want to reach kids with important educational material. Therefore, we have created five lessons for elementary aged kids that focus on communicating with dogs and cats, and being a responsible pet owner. Some lessons are short, while some are longer, and they are all followed by a quiz. We invite kids from Bemidji, and all over to watch the lessons and complete the quizzes by the end of the summer. Kids that complete all five lessons will earn a special Great River Rescue certificate showing what they’ve learned.

Parents – Did you know that 77% of dog bites come from a family or friend’s dog (https://www.thefamilydog.com/stop-the-77/)? These lessons are designed to help you kids learn how to be safe around pets. Please consider watching them with your kids to keep them and your family safe and healthy.

Lesson 1 – Being a Responsible Pet Caretaker

Access the Quiz for the Being a Responsible Pet Caretaker Lesson | Click Here

 

Lesson 2 – Being Safe Around Dogs and Cats

Access the Quiz to the lesson here | Click Here

 

Lesson 3 – How to Talk Dog and Cat

Access the Quiz to this lesson here | Click Here

 

Lesson 4 – Keeping Pets Healthy and Safe

Access the Quiz to this lesson here | Click Here

 

Lesson 5 – Providing for your Pet for a Lifetime

Link to our Quiz for Providing for a Pet for its Lifetime | Click Here

 

 

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