Our relationship to animals is taught to us at an early age. The attitudes conveyed to us by our parents, teachers and friends make a strong impression. Teachers can educate their students to love and respect animals through lesson plans, field trips, activities and hands-on experience. Adult education is also important for changing old habits and attitudes and instilling new ones.
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- Children Reading to Dogs
- Classroom Dissection
- Classroom Pets
- Do You Want to Be a Veterinarian?
- Humane Education in the Science Classroom
- Overcoming Fear of Dogs in Children
- Pet Care Trust's Pets in the Classroom Grant Program Sees Exceptional Growth
- Pet Care Trust Names New President
- Pet Care Trust Sees Big Boost in Pets in the Classroom Grant Program Applicants
- Pets and Homeschooling
- Pets in the Classroom
- Pets in the Classroom Grant Program Helps Students with Special Needs
- Pets in the Classroom Grant Program Now Available to 7th and 8th Grade Teachers
- Putting More Pets in the Classroom
- Teachers Benefit from Fish in the Classroom Program at the Florida Aquarium
- Teaching Respect for Animals
- Teaching Toddlers About Pets
- Teaching Your Child to Take Responsibility for a Pet
- Teaching about Pets: Resources for Teachers
- What are the Benefits of a Classroom Pet?