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Guinea Pig Science
This class will go beyond the care of guinea pigs. Learn what makes them such a unique animal.
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Students who already know how to care for a guinea pig will enjoy this class. We will discuss: How to sex your guinea pig Guinea pig anatomy Why we say a test subject is a "guinea pig" How humans and guinea pigs have some similar anatomy This class is for older students because of the potentially sensitive material (sexing guinea pigs and talking about their sexing anatomy) and more in depth terminology about their anatomy in general.
I teach Guinea Pig 101, Guinea Pig Bonding, and have guinea pigs! I love these little animals and enjoy teaching students about them.
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40 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
We will talk about sexing guinea pigs and the anatomy related to that task.
Reaching all kinds of learners
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
589 total reviews
425 completed classes
Learning differences don’t bother me. Why? Because I’ve taught in a school for them and my own family deals with ADHD, dyslexia, and dysgraphia. I chose to not go back into the classroom because of my own children needing a different approach. ...