Class Pets

C. Garrick

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I believe that middle school students should be allowed to have class pets. Do you agree? Studies from Pets in the Classroom online show that having a pet in the classroom can actually lessen the tension or stress for most people. It also provides an opportunity for new ways to learn. Students get to experience what it’s like to have a pet in their life, if they haven’t already had the privilege. If a student is getting a pet or just got one, it can give them an insight on the do’s and don’ts of owning a pet. Lastly, having a pet will likely teach students respect, commitment, feelings/sensitivity, and that sharing is caring.

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Class Pets