It's Election Day! Did you teach a lesson about elections in school today? Have you taught your students about the democratic process through your classroom pet? "Like" if you have and tell us how in the comments! #electionday#voting#education#teaching#lessons
I sometimes believe that animals have it more together than us humans. Ants and termites work together to build immense structures without complaint; dogs, cats and other domesticated small animals are loyal and provide joy to many, yet have only simple needs of food, fresh water and care. Animals in the wild don’t gloat about or upload photos of their kill before they eat it. They have utmost respect for one another.
We received this letter from a Pets in the Classroom grant recipient that we had to share with you. If you are considering getting a classroom pet, please read this letter as this teacher’s testimony reinforces all of the benefits that classroom pets can provide to the educational process!
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Providing grants to teachers to have pets in their classrooms
Pets in the Classroom offer grants to have pets in school, to help teachers so they are able have small pets and aquarium equipment in their classrooms.
The Pets in the Classroom Grant program supports responsible pet care for our public and private school classrooms. Grants are available for elementary teachers grades pre-K through 8th grade. For more info, visit www.PetsintheClassroom.org.