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Pet Grants, small pets, aquarium equipment

Pet Grants, small pets, aquarium equipment
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pets www.KINDERART.com Printer-Friendly Page Pets in the Classroom Written by: Andrea Mulder-Slater [Andrea is one of the creators of KinderArt.com] Pets are a wonderful source of happiness and inspiration. Educators have used animals in the classroom for decades. An animal in the classroom creates improved learning experiences for your students as all areas of the curriculum are enhanced. If you are thinking of adding a pet to your classroom, please don't feel discouraged. Still interested? Here are the most popular classroom pets: turtles frogs hamsters gerbils guinea pigs rabbits spiders rats parrots crabs guppies goldfish lizards snakes More Information: Pet Care Trust This program is designed to help teachers that would like small animals as teaching aids or mascots etc. in the classroom, or to assist teachers who presently have animals, in obtaining supplies needed to care for the pet. © Andrea Mulder-Slater, KinderArt® © KinderArt ® | www.KinderArt.com

Other Free Teaching Resources These sites are a great help to me as a Grade 3 Pedagogy of the Oppressed: 30th Anniversary Edition - Paulo Freire Pass On the Classroom Pet March 7, 2012 There are better ways to teach students about animals and responsibility The Humane Society of the United States Shevaun Brannigan/The HSUS Well-intentioned teachers often bring pets into the classroom to give their students lessons in respect, responsibility, and empathy for animals. Busy, noisy classrooms can be stressful, and small animals can be very adept at hiding symptoms of illness or injury (a lifesaving attribute when trying to avoid predators in the wild, but less than ideal in a setting where children are present). Small animals need large habitats that may not fit in the classroom, and many species need ample fresh produce daily. Even without a live animal present, lessons in responsible pet care and respect for all animals can still be a part of the classroom experience. Invite animal experts into the classroom Members of the community may be willing to speak to your students. Help find pets new homes “Adopt” a plush animal as your classroom pet Look Online

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