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If you could choose any animal for a class pet, what would you choose and why?

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Mrs. McKenna, Grade 2

“I would want a cat because we could play with it. They are good hiders so we could play hide and seek.” (Evan Wing)

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Mrs. Watson, Grade 3 Class

“If I could choose any animal for a class pet, I would choose a butterfly. It would be great for science. I would watch it eat and the class and I would feed it, observe it and then let it go.” (Zachariah Morehouse)

“If I could choose any animal, I would choose a dog. I want a dog to be our class pet because I grew up with dogs. Also, because I think they make great pets. I think that because I have a dog of my own.” (Aleesha Washburn)

“If I could choose any animal for a class pet, I would choose a monkey, because it would be a good helper. It would help with math, science, projects, and even social studies. Even monkeys can help you on everything like homework. That’s why a monkey can be a great class pet. (Nicholas Millington)

“I would choose a dog. I would bring my dog to school. Her name is Ilka, she is a good dog to bring in because she likes to play. Ilka likes to play ball with boys and girls. Ilka is my dog and she is a mother rottweiler. Everyone would like Ilka.” (Harley Dick)

“If I could choose any animal for a class pet I would choose an iguana because it would be a good science project to work on. We could study what it does and how its body parts might work. We could also learn how it can survive in the wild.” (Madison Vaus)

“If I could choose any animal for a class pet, I would choose a dog because it would be good and not bad at all. I love dogs very much. It would be a half boxer and half gray wolf, a tail that looks like a tail wolf and the whole other half of it is a boxer. I would play with him outside.” (Brianna Barrett)

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