Learners, in teams, follow the process of design, including the stages of investigation, creation, and reflection, as they devise a way to help "save" a (simulated) pet who is trapped in a pipe.
Talk about the furry members of your family with pet word cards. Each card is a half page, and shows both the name and picture of a pet, including dogs, snakes, horses, and hermit crabs.
Which animal is best for you—a dog or cat? Why? Engage third graders in an opinion writing assessment that prompts them to read facts about both pets, and then write and decide which pet is best for them.
Free Printable Behavior Charts
Involve kids in the care of pets at home or in the classroom by assigning tasks using these pet care charts The list of tasks are recorded on a matrix in the left-hand column and the days of the week are indicated in the first row of...
Young children love talking about their pets. This presentation has learners answer a series of questions about their pets. It would be a great way to kick off a lesson on pets, animals, and pet care. After addressing the series of...
Young scholars create and design advertising for a tempting new pet food! They create an imaginary pet food, analyze and identify types of propaganda and design packaging and advertising for the pet food.
Discuss point of view through a familiar medium: your pet! Learners write a story from the perspective of their own or the class pet. Prompts such as "My Family" (or "My Class"), "My Day," and "A Day in the Life of a _________" help...
Students research pet food safety laws to find out what is required in general, explore what fellow students consume, consult with veterinarian about what he or she thinks about pet food safety, present findings to classmates, and...
Est-ce que ton animal grand ou petit? Pair up your beginning French speakers for a game of Pet Guess Who! Using pet advertisements from newspapers or the Internet, pairs try to guess what kind of animal their partner has. Also, use the...
To cute to pass up! This slide show activity has learners count the number of pets Mrs. Lewis has using tally marks. As the show progresses, kids pay attention and make a tally for each type of pet they see. Suggested uses and audio are...
Give the class an opportunity to practice using tally marks as a way to collect data. As you progress through the slide show, learners tally up the number and types of pets they see, they then use their data to create a tally chart....
English language learners examine advertisements for pets and pet shelters. Learners read advertisements about pets who are living in shelters. They answer comprehension questions based on the reading before writing an original...
Students define what a pet is and what it needs to be healthy and happy. They explore pets through the use of of puppets and/or stuffed animals and discover what a pet needs by identifying items in a "pet bag."
Students identify the responsibilities of pet owners. In this animal welfare lesson, students read the book Animals As Friends and list the characteristics of a good pet owner. Students use a tally sheet to determine what pets students...
Students explore pet care. In this animal welfare lesson plan, students discuss how individuals provide for their pets. Students also discuss how they can contribute to local shelters to help animals in their care.
In this writing learning exercise, students write a report about a pet they own, have owned, or would like to have. Students read a nonfiction pet book, then write the report, answering all of the 7 questions listed.
Students examine how to control pet overpopulation. In this animal welfare lesson, students consult a phone directory for listings of animal shelters in the community. Students construct a list of questions to ask them, such as, "how...
Alabama Learning Exchange
Students complete internet based research on pet care in order to prepare a written and oral presentation for the class. They examine the life span, environment, food and grooming of the pet they chose to research. They complete the...
Students create a proposal for either a classroom pet or a household pet. Proposals include the estimated cost of a pet and their supplies as well as a written contract for the care of the pet.
High schoolers use the internet to research pet food safety laws. In groups, they examine what happened during the pet food recall earlier this year and what is being done to improve the situation. They write a news feature story...
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