Good Pet, Bad Pet - Compare/Contrast

Updated: 8/30/2018
Good Pet, Bad Pet - Compare/Contrast
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Good Pet, Bad Pet Lesson Plans

Good Pet, Bad Pet by Elizabeth Schleichert

Lesson Plans by Elizabeth Pedro

“Good Pet, Bad Pet” by Elizabeth Schleichert is an informational text about possible pets and the pros and cons of owning them. The text examines the differences between owning certain animals, including caring for them and feeding them! These student activities make great lesson plans for elementary school teachers.


Good Pet, Bad Pet

Storyboard Description

Good Pet Bad Pet - Pros and Cons of Pets Comparison

Storyboard Text

  • DOG
  • BIRD
  • MONKEY
  • Dogs require great effort, time, and money; there are many rewards to having a dog, but the owner must be responsible and serious about owning one.
  • Birds are a good first pet; they are small, like to cuddle, and are cheaper than dogs, but they do require time for play and cleaning.
  • Monkeys are dangerous and very expensive; they may carry diseases and are often taken illegally from the wild.