Some of our favorite crafts to make during Critter Camp are animal-shaped bead buddies. When you finish making these cute critters, you can put them on your backpack or lunch box to show that you love and support animals!
Animals hold a special place in our lives! These Valentine’s Day paper crafts are a fun and creative way for you and your little animal-lover to express your adoration for animals.
Learn how to socialize and train your chinchilla. Staff at Helen Woodward Animal Center have found that with time, patience, and a lot of TLC, chinchillas can become well-socialized with adults and children! And we’ll show you how!
Whether it’s by the way they survive in their natural habitat, or their ability to help others, animals perform truly heroic acts every day. Here are some animals right here at Helen Woodward Animal Center that have blown us up, up, and away with their incredible super powers and heroic qualities.
Just like animals, plants need food and water, but plants don’t have a mouth to drink, they have roots and stems! Try this magical experiment at home to learn how plants grow and thrive.
A familiar face is teaching children the importance of adopting the right type of pet for one’s family! Meet Pebbles, a rescued mini-pig, the newest animal ambassador at Helen Woodward Animal Center.
Using easy-to-find materials, build a craft that will spread holiday cheer and help migrating birds! This reindeer bird feeder is the perfect holiday activity for kids.