Summer Project! (and can be a school year project for your students)
Introducing, Play Pet Pal – CAT
Are your students begging you for a classroom pet? Is the practicality or school regulations not allowing for it? Would you rather not have to worry about the odors, cleanup, expenses and burdens? Would you like to teach the responsibilities and selflessness of pet ownership and the duties involved? Well, I have a RAD solution for YOU!
Introducing “Play Pet Pal!” An adorable, fun, easy maintenance and one of a kind classroom pet! Fully posable and after you place round head fasteners on the designated crosshair locations and if you adhere magnets to the back, he or she will stick to the corner of your whiteboard.
This fun happy little guy helps your students develop a vivid imagination while giving them a hands on opportunity to learn responsibility. Your pet comes with a brush to be brushed with, a ball to play with and a food dish and water dish with removable cat food, water and milk. You can also play magic with your students and only reposition your pet or change what’s happening when no one else is around! (Almost like elf on a shelf but much more frequent).
This artwork is a 100% original piece that I designed and hand crafted very carefully ensuring high quality and unique look. I personally like options in life and getting the best bang for my buck and now so will you. Everything provided is in a full color option and in an outlined option if you want to color your pet yourselves or make a class activity out of it. You can also print out the included mini-pets version for a class crafting activity. The minis are so darn cute!
Start having more fun with your students and give them some unique memories.
You will have some cutting to do! But I promise it will be worth it. I recommend you run to an office supply store and have them print it for you on 12 point matte. I also recommend you laminate the artwork for longer preservation. If you do not laminate it, I suggest strengthening the joints with reinforcements for hole-punched pages on the back side. You will also need to adhere magnets on the backside and maybe even Velcro for the head to help avoid separation from the body.
And finally to make this complete, play pet comes with an adoption “Petificate” to be filled out by all the class and hung on the wall next to him or her.
This play pet says, “Thank you for adopting me! I know I am in good paws with you!”
FREE BONUS! I drew the pet front on in a fun sitting position which you can print the outlined version for your class to color and take home!
Keywords: cat, pretend, imagine, pet, pal, friend, clip art, art, crafts, paper doll, adoption, responsibility, creative, project, fun, unique, quality, family member.
SEE YOU IN YOUR CLASSROOM SOON!