Children are inherently and intuitively curious naturalists. They’re sponges for knowledge, absorbing, retaining, and using new information at excellent rates. Researches have proven that raising a pet helps children gaining different information and develop positive values. Your child’s traits and psychological benefits will develop around animals will aid him/her in nearly every aspect of their lives. Suppose a child grew up with a family pet. In that case, it helps him/her to create many positive childhood memories and build experiences with his/her beloved pet, such as feeding, petting, playing, and even sharing unforgettable moments. In this regard, the KG department has organized “ANIMALS DAY.”
A specialized company came on that day and presented different animals to our students and shared some information about these animals, their habitats, the food they eat, their skin coverings, and their characteristics. Also, there was time for our students to ask questions, explore more, and gain new information. Our dearest students had some related activities with their teachers about what they have seen and heard. They were also allowed to bring their pets to school on that day in their crates/boxes/fishbowls. Our dearest students enjoyed that day with their teachers and had so much fun.