One of the biggest challenges any educator faces is classroom behaviour management. Your Teacher's Pet Creature was designed specifically to make that challenge easier, so you can spend more time doing the parts of the job that you love.
More specifically Your Teacher's Pet Creature is a 32 page beautifully illustrated picture book (available in Hardcover or E-book) and a cute plush toy for introducing behaviour guidelines in an early childhood environment. When combined with the cute plush it becomes the cuddly classroom friend that children love and a visual reminder to encourage positive behaviours.
We've also developed a wide range of supporting resources available in our Classroom Management Mega bundle. With resources such as reward charts, positive behaviour posters and more all designed specially for Early Childhood educators.
How do we know Your Teacher's Pet Creature works? Because he's being used in thousands of classroom across Australia, North America and The UK, and we're really glad to be able to share it with you.
Want more info on the book? Listen to a live reading here:
If you have any other questions please reach out. We'd love to hear from you.
Book Size: Approx 24.5cm x 25.5cm
Plush Size: Tuft to Foot approx. 28cm
Your Teacher's Pet Creature Book & Plush
My 3 year old class absolutely love our pet creature! We named him Bluppy! This is great for behavior management! They love him! 🥰
I am thrilled with my pet! I will be using it as a virtual reward for my class this week. They are curious what it is!
I love the teachers pet creature and book. School hasn’t started yet, but I’m sure the kids are going to love it. Good quality and adorable!
Lovely activity for the first week of term. Before morning break we used the clues to draw what we thought he would look like, during the break I put him out in the classroom for the children to discover and we read the story. Then we spoke about how to care for a pet and used this as a stimulus for writing. The children love him and he seems to be good quality. Really glad I discovered this resource.