Last Friday (January 23), Mommy took us to her school to teach the little ones about Turtles🙂

Mommy teaches junior and senior high school, but her school starts from pre-k till high school. One of the Kindergarten teachers asked Mommy to share about us. She immediately agreed…well, she always likes to brag about us😉

The class was K-2 (Kindergarten level 2…or something like that). She prepared a simple presentation.

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Most of the students paid attention to her but some were distracted by us, they kept looking at us. Their teachers always reminded them to pay attention to Mommy’s explanation about three different turtles.

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Then, Mommy explained the differences between us. She mostly explained how Kurome can’t swim well because his hands have no web while Papoe can swim well because he has webbed hands.

Then, the little students were asked to give Mommy questions. No one was eager to ask anything until the teachers announced that anyone who could come up with a question got a chance to feed us or touch us. Everyone started raising their hands eagerly.

Mommy add water to our small tank so we can be fed

Mommy add water to our small tank so we can be fed

There were too much pictures, Mommy and I love them all so we decided to share them all to you🙂

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You can see how those little kids were all so excited to touch us🙂

Before we reached home (which is on the third floor of her school), her students (grade 8) stopped her and they all wanted to play with us too.

The 8th graders

Together with the 8th graders

Mommy was a bit concern about us, she was afraid that we might become stress with all those little hands touching us, fortunately that didn’t happen! We went home feeling happy🙂

Mommy put Kurome and Papoe in a small container so that everyone wold be safe on the way to the class and back home.

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It was such a small place…she immediately moved them to their proper tanks.

It was a great day. We like being teachers to those curious little kids🙂

About Kroten

My name is taken from Schildkroten (Turtles in German). I am a morph Red ear Slider. My Mommy adopted me on March 19, 2008. I am the oldest in Novroz's turtle family :)

22 responses »

  1. that was great that your mom took you to school. it’s important that even small bipeds learn how beautiful you are and how important it is to protect you and all other anipals .

  2. KDKH says:

    How fun! What a wonderful experience for the children. Thank you for teaching them Respect for animals and that they are more than Food.

  3. raisingdaisy says:

    What a wonderful thing to do! Those kids looked so excited to see and touch you, and they seemed to be respectful toward you too – Mommy taught them well!😀

  4. Gray Dawster says:

    Wow going to school is definitely
    a lot of fun and this posting proves
    it🙂 Yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay

    Have a fantastic Friday and weekend🙂

    Uncle Andro xxx

  5. Binky says:

    It’s good that you got a chance to show the kids what turtles are like with your little group. When they grow up, kids will be much more likely to want to conserve them when they know more about them.

    • Novroz says:

      I sure hope so. a lot of people think that turtles aren’t cute so I hope those kids will grow up thinking they deserve as much attention as other animals

  6. Deboshree says:

    How lovely! It can be great fun being a teacher, like you have just proved.🙂

  7. Misaki says:

    What a fab lesson:-)

  8. Novroz says:

    Reblogged this on Teaching at AIS and commented:

    Guest Speaker at K-2

  9. KDKH says:

    Congratulations! I’ve nominated you for the versatile blogger award. Whether you participate or not, I encourage you to check out some of my favorite bloggers at: http://peacewithmylife.com/2015/02/05/building-community/

  10. Nekoneko says:

    Wow… such an exciting day! So many pictures and oodles of wonderful memories. I can really see how excited all the children were to meet you and how proud Mommy is of all her babies!😉

    I can tell that all the kids will never forget you and what special animals turtles can be! Maybe now they will want to share their life with one too.

  11. Alice Audrey says:

    Leave it to a teacher to have a full lesson planned out. 🙂 Looks like fun.

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