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Life Skills

Camp: Hamster and Small Mammal/Rodent Care and Bonding (FLEX)

In this flexible schedule class, students will learn fun facts about hamsters and how to care for them.
Ms. Winton, M.Ed, and Reading Specialist
14 total reviews for this teacher
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year olds
learners per class


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$9 per week
Flexible schedule
Over 4 weeks
No live meetings

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At the conclusion of this class students will have knowledge of hamster behaviors and be better prepared to be care for their small animal friends. They will understand techniques for holding and bonding with their furry friend.  
I am a teacher with FIVE classroom pet hamsters.  Students volunteer to clean apartments (cages) and ensure that each hamster gets adequate daily exercise outside the cage.  Cocoa, Panda, Panda Junior, Fluffy, and Philly have taught us how to best communicate and connect with them each day!  After guiding 160 students for two years on hamster care and love, I wanted to share simple and realistic strategies that work.
Learners should plan to spend time with their smal animal pet each day.  Making a set daily schedule of time to interact and time to exercise will help foster a relationship between pet and owner.
No live meetings, and maybe some time outside of class.
It is extremely important for each learner to understand that the guidelines for taming and handling need to be followed to lead to success; these are animals that can bite. If the learner is afraid, parental assistance should be considered through the taming process. Hamsters and most small mammals/rodents are prey animals which makes them naturally nervous and extremely aware of their surroundings. They bite when startled or feel threatened. Hamsters are NOT aggressive animals, but they will bite if they threatened


Ms. Winton, M.Ed, and Reading Specialist
Lives in the United States
Focusing on reading and writing
14 total reviews
23 completed classes

About Me

Hello friends!
I have been a classroom teacher for 10 years.  During my career, I have worked with students in nearly every grade level.  Teaching the love of reading and how to communicate effectively in writing are my true teaching... 
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