November 13, 2012
Dear Mrs. Jeffrey and Mrs. Reynolds,
I think that both of our class rooms should have a class pet. We would open up a little space in the back of our room so he or she would not disturb students. I think our classes would benefit from having a class pet because it would teach us responsibility .Students could have a classroom job to help take care of the pet. And it would teach us how to feed a animal and clean he or she`s cage and give the pet water. The environment is a kitten.
The classroom job is one person will feed and clean its cage, give it water and play with it every day and then that person will switch with another person that the teacher picks then the next person then the next .Then it will go on and on in till the end of the school year .And sometimes two people will do it at once, or the teacher will do it. Then on the weekends the teacher would come to school!
The environment can be a kitten, a hamster, a bunny, and a turtle or a lizard that is the quietest animals for pets unless there is more. That is fine because we need all the quiet when we are working. Another environment is a fish! They are one of the quiet animals on earth! Well maybe not but they are a good class pet!
The class pet I think is the best is the fish because I had a fish and they did not make a peep! So they were really quiet! A turtle is the seconded best pet ever I did not have one. But I bet they are quiet. The third best pet is a hamster they are a little bit loud but they are quit most the time.
That is what I think, if you think of something else that is completely fine with me well I want any of those animals so you’re good. I think we should get fish most of all because we need all the quiet if we are working on a test. And if are class got a loud pet we would need to put she or he outside of the classroom or we could lock the little door and the teacher would keep the key where the students that had to feed and clean the pets cage could find it.
Marisa R. Zamora