The Pets in the Classroom grant program invites pre-kindergarten through 9th grade teachers to enter their 4th annual Lesson Plan Contest. Now through August 1st, teachers can submit their lesson plan ideas that center on the use of fish, reptiles, and small animals...With President’s Day coming up, Pets in the Classroom thought it would be fun to take a look at some of the Presidential pets that may also be in your classroom! Grover Cleveland had an array of fish (hundreds!), and his wife had canaries and mockingbirds. Amongst the...Incorporating classroom pets into lesson plans can be both educational and fun. Emily Colwell and Michelle Colby, teachers at Brown/Fox Point Early Childhood Education Center and winners of the Pets in the Classroom Curriculum Contest, built an incredible lesson plan...We want to introduce you to Sandra Schroeder, Special Educator at Brush Creek Elementary School and one of three winners of the Pets in the Classroom Curriculum Contest! Ms. Schroeder’s lesson plan, “Mystery: What is that in the Hermit Crab Habitat,” was selected as...From aquariums to cages, to animal mazes, teachers take a lot of time and effort to make a comfortable, healthy environment for their classroom pets to live in. And we at Pets in the Classroom would love to see these environments! On October 5th, we will be kicking...Pets in the Classroom is thrilled to have been featured on the Hallmark Home & Family Show! Please watch the clip!