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14Oct2014

Teachers New to Classroom Pets

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Are you new to the classroom pet experience? Whether a first year teacher or a veteran teacher new to classroom pets, the idea of bringing an animal into the classroom can be both exciting and daunting. If you visit our website, you can review a list of things to consider before getting a pet, but
30Jun2014

Introducing a New Pet Before School Starts

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Bringing a pet into the classroom is a great way to teach responsibility, inspire creativity, and increase awareness of the needs and feelings of others.  Students will love getting to pitch in and care for their new animal and experience a sense of pride in doing so.  However, whether you’re new to the Pets in
02May2014

Educational Grant – There is Still Time to Apply!

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With the school year  winding down and summer about to begin, teachers may think now is not a great time to get  a classroom pet.  Well, now may not be a great time to incorporate your pet into the classroom, but it is a great time to get the pet and get acclimated with it! 
09Sep2013

Introducing a Pet into your Classroom

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Google Can you believe a new school year has already started?  Did you introduce a classroom pet to your students yet?  If you have to purchase a classroom pet or  are waiting for the new school year to settle down before introducing your pet, here are a couple of ideas on how to incorporate one
03Sep2013

Choosing a Classroom Pet – A Classroom Project!

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Are you trying to figure out what kind of classroom pet to get?  Have your students help you!  A research project is a great way to get your students involved and to make an educated decision on what type of pet to get.   One way to do this is to divide your students into project groups
16Jul2013

Classroom Pet Record Keeping ~ Pets in the Classroom

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Now that school is in and classrooms are organized, one thing that should be created is a log or journal for the classroom pet. This is an important tool in ensuring that your classroom pet receives consistent and proper care at all times. If the pet is cared for outside of the classroom during weekends
16Jul2013

Bringing Your New Pet into the Classroom

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You’ve decided on a classroom pet, done the research, purchased the pet’s environment, and are ready to bring your pet into your busy classroom.  When selecting a pet, whether it is a hamster or a turtle, buy or adopt from a source that keeps their pets in clean and spacious conditions.  Look for a healthy,
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