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    It can be difficult for schoolchildren to cope with stress levels during school. What can help them? Communication with pets, of course! You may have had a living corner in your school, but this initiative has always remained at the discretion of management. How about making this a ubiquitous teaching practice?

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    A classroom pet is a great way for teachers to enhance their classroom and improve student learning.
    are dogs a good class pet? let me know!
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    We (myself and the other special ed teacher) are wanting to get a classroom pet. We've considered all the obvious animals, guinea pigs, rabbits, hamster, reptiles, fish, bird, and ferrets. Has anyone ever had a dog as a classroom pet? What were your experiences? Do you have any suggestions or ideas? Thanks for your help.
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    Rhonda Our school has three dogs who roam the halls and classrooms. They all belong to a teacher who brings them in each day. We have never had any problems with them. The kids love them and oftentimes, you'll see a dog lying in the hallway and a kid reading to it. The 5th graders have to go through training and apply for a job as a walker/trainer. They h...See More
    Oct 17, 2008
    cecilia marie fedewa On 10/17/08, Rhonda wrote: > Our school has three dogs who roam the halls and classrooms. > They all belong to a teacher who brings them in each day. We > have never had any problems with them. The kids love them and > oftentimes, you'll see a dog lying in the hallway and a kid > reading to it. The 5th graders have to go through trai...See More
    May 4, 2017
    HELP!!! I think my betta fiah is dying and i have no idea what to do! He was fine when we first got him but now he just sinks to the bottom of the bowl and lays on the rocks. I looked it up on the web and i found that it said to use tap water in their bowls but i didn't know that is had to be treated until recently. so i changed the water to tap wa...See More
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    ashley14190 On 1/16/11, Jenni wrote: > On 12/31/10, I had a betta live twelve years wrote: >> On 7/06/10, Emily wrote: >>> HELP!!! I think my betta fiah is dying and i have no idea >>> what to do! He was fine when we first got him but now he >>> just sinks to the bottom of the bowl and lays on the rocks. >>> I looke...See More
    Mar 25, 2017
    Matthew Wang OMg i whas wondering same question
    Apr 19, 2017
    I think it is a good thing to get a class pet but my teacher don't think so
    I think it is a good thing to get a class pet but my teacher don't think so

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