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21Dec2014

Classroom Pet becomes Classroom Project

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When it comes to education, a simple hands-on activity can make a lifelong impact.  This is exactly what is happening at Weaverville Primary School.  Educators are working together on a project that is teaching their students many lessons they will never forget. Even with persuasive papers written, research done, a commercial made, and a yard
16Dec2014

We Need Your Help!

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Did you know that Pets in the Classroom has provided over 50,000 grants to teachers,bringing classroom pets into the lives of over 2.5 million students?  We have been having record numbers of grant applicants year after and are so encouraged by the feedback we receive from teachers on how their classrooms have improved through these
10Dec2014

Pets in the Classroom Seeks Funding through Crowdfunding Campaign

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Pets in the Classroom Seeks Funding through Crowdfunding Campaign Pets in the Classroom launches social media campaign to raise $60,000 to aid educators and students The Pets in the Classroom grant program is joining the crowdfunding revolution in an effort to raise funds needed to help them reach their goal of impacting the lives of 5
04Dec2014

Grant Program Aids CenClear Child Services in Enhancing Classrooms

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  Grant Program Aids CenClear Child Services in Enhancing Classrooms   Pets in the Classroom provides financial support to teachers for the purpose of enhancing the classroom learning environment   Pets in the Classroom, a grant program that provides funding to teachers to purchase and maintain classroom pets, has provided Cen-Clear Child Services with 73
03Nov2014

Teacher Testimonials on Classroom Pets

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The stories we receive from teachers about their experiences with classroom pets continue to impress us.  Here are a few comments we received from a few Las Vegas area teachers:   Students enjoyed visiting the pets as they checked out their library books. The pets help make our school library a warm, happy place. Some
28Oct2014

Pets in the Classroom Program Provides 50,000 Classrooms with Educational Grants

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Pets in the Classroom Program Provides 50,000 Classrooms with Educational Grants Teacher grant program reaches halfway point of goal of introducing 5 million students to classroom pets   The Pet Care Trust is pleased to announce that it has provided over 50,000 teachers with classroom pets and the benefits they provide through its Pets in
08Oct2014

Pets in the Classroom Partners to Bring New Classroom Resource

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Pets in the Classroom is excited to announce our new partnership with Little Five Star to bring teachers a wonderful new resource on classroom pets!  Please read the press release for more information!   NEWS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE    A Book with a Bite! Little Five Star Announces Gator, Gator, Second Grader Partnership with The Pet
29Sep2014

Pets Add Life Poetry Contest

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Having a pet in the classroom provides many opportunities for learning.  Whether it be in science, math, art, reading, or writing, classroom animals can provide excitement to what might otherwise be an uninteresting subject to some students.  This is why Pets in the Classroom is excited that Pets Add Life will once again be providing
23Sep2014

Welcome Classroom Pets!

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The new school year has started which means classroom pets are making their way into schools across the country! Here are just a few of the four-legged friends that are making the classroom environment a little more friendly thanks to the Pets in the Classroom grant program.     Lucy and Lola Fancy Rats 5th
09Sep2014

Having Fish in the Classroom

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When choosing a pet for the classroom, many teachers opt for fish.  Fish aquariums are soothing and tranquil. Fish don’t require as much daily care as some animals and are a safe choice for teachers who do not desire to have a pet that students may want to hold and handle.   Fish allow students to
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