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17Jul2013

Classroom Pet Resources for Teachers

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When it comes to picking out and taking care of a classroom pet, there is a lot of information to take in, and it can sometimes be a little overwhelming.  We at Pets in the Classroom want to outline a few of our favorite sources of information that can aid you in your experience with
17Jul2013

Classroom Pets and Language Arts

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Language Arts can be a grueling subject for some students, and an exciting subject for others.  Either way, it is an important subject that is vital to a student’s education.  If you are looking for some creative ways to make studying Language Arts more fun for your class, try one of these suggestions from Pets in
17Jul2013

Use Your Classroom Pet in your Science Lessons

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Your classroom pet can aid you in teaching a variety of subjects, and science is definitely an appropriate subject to incorporate your pet into!  Pets in the Classroom has a few suggestions on how to incorporate your pet into your science lessons.   Animals are an integral part of science, and your pet can easily
17Jul2013

History Inspired Lesson Ideas from Pets in the Classroom

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There are so many fabulous facts about animals, their roles in history, and their current roles in society.  Chances are your classroom pet has an interesting heritage that your students can learn from.  Here are a couple of suggestions from Pets in the Classroom on how to build some lessons on history around your pet.
17Jul2013

Creating Art with your Classroom Pet

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Art class can be so fun and a great outlet for kids to express their creativity.  Incorporating your classroom pet into your art lessons can be an additional way to grow the bonds your students have with your pet while also encouraging creative thought and developing other skills.   Have your students sketch your pet
17Jul2013

Pets in the Classroom – Using Your Pet in your Math Lesson

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There are many fun ways to use your classroom pets in your school curriculum.    From reading to math, science to art, your classroom pet can make any subject more exciting!  We are going to be starting a series of blogs focusing on different ways you can incorporate your pets into different subjects.  As always, we
17Jul2013

Pets in the Classroom: Letters from Teachers

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Teacher and students alike love classroom pets, and we have seen their appreciation for the financial help to purchase and maintain the pet through their cards, letters, and pictures.  Please take a minute to read a few of the letters we have received!  We hope you enjoy reading them as much as we did!  
17Jul2013

Pets in the Classroom Awarded Google Grant

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On March 10, 2012, Pets in the Classroom was awarded a Google Grant for free Google AdWords advertising. Pets in the Classroom’s ads are displayed alongside related search results on Google.com, and when people click on the ad, they are taken to Pets in the Classroom’s homepage. The Google Grant award has helped Pets in
16Jul2013

Pets in the Classroom – What About Rats in the Classroom!

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Despite whatever rumors you’ve heard about these furry creatures, rats are a great candidate to consider for your new classroom pet.  Unlike their wild ancestors, pet rats are clean, social, and a ton of fun to observe. Pets in the Classroom has awarded many grants to teachers to have a rat as a classroom pet!
16Jul2013

Pets in the Classroom Suggests ~ Shed Your Skin with a Snake in the Classroom!

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Despite their somewhat scary reputation, snakes are quickly growing to be one of the more popular pet choices among people of all ages.  Contrary to what you might think, certain snakes can even make great classroom pets.  Recommended beginner snakes like the corn snake come in a variety of beautiful colors and patterns, are docile,
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