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I need help on a finding a low maintance education pet for an 8th grade classroom. Does anyone have any suggestions? Thanks, Steph
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  • Carolyn Steph, for very low maintenance and 8th graders, you might be surprised that you and the class will get a kick out of a snake. I know, I can't believe I'm suggesting this either but there are good reasons. You don't have to worry ab...See More
    Aug 12, 2008
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  • Charlotte B. Hi I plan on bringing my rats to the classroom as the classroom pets. They are very well socialized, sweet, affectionate, and all-around wonderful little girls. I am concerned, though, about parents' reactions. What have you done to addres...See More
    Aug 12, 2008
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  • D /blockquote> C. Hamilton may not appreciate my suggestion, but after numerous types of class pets, my #1 choice is a small snake. I had ball pythons in my class. The kids fed them with no problem. They held them and studied them. I currently ha...See More
    Jun 23, 2008
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  • C. Hamilton /blockquote> Hi, I teach first grade and strongly recommend a pet rat. I justpurchased my 4th. I was very reluctant to consider a rat untilI read about them. They are clean, smart, and if you get onethat is 6-8 weeks old and hold it regular...See More
    Apr 21, 2008
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  • Miss. B /blockquote> On 1/16/08, Steph wrote: > I need help on a finding a low maintance education pet for > an 8th grade classroom. Does anyone have any suggestions?> Thanks,> StephHave you tried looking into hermit crabs?
    Apr 9, 2008
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