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Old 09-26-03, 05:38 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Talking Got to do a show& tell for the first graders

My nephew wanted to take one of the snakes for show and tell, so the teacher asked me to give a little talk. So I went over the basics and then answered a few questions. I was thinking it went pretty well, then before they left a little boy came up and thanked me. He said he had never seen a real live snake before. Some thing about that made me feel really good. This a little country school it was funny how when we walked out all the kids knowed what was in the box. Well thanks for reading my rambling. Frankie
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Old 09-26-03, 05:40 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Its always good to show kids at younge ages that snakes and lizards are non threatning. Way-To-Go Frankie.
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i hear ya.. i teach grade one and two, and our class pet is a corn snake. the kids LOVE it. they take care of it and get involved. they watch it eat, and a lot more. and they really respect it. great job...
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