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    Triple Creature Bundle (Classroom Management, Emotional Regulation & Social Skills)

    If you want to tackle both classroom management, emotional regulation and social skills then this is the value bundle for you! This pack means you can adopt all four pets and enjoy all three of our pet packs at the same time. 

    The Your Teacher's Pet Creature series are written in memorable rhyme, with beautiful illustrations to help teach children the core concepts around classroom Guidelines and emotional regulation. When paired with the cute matching plush toys, they act as a visual reminder and cuddly friend that children adore. 

    We've also developed a wide range of supporting digital resources available in our Classroom Management and Emotional Regulation Mega bundles. With resources such as reward charts, positive behaviour posters and more all designed specially for Early Childhood educators. 

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    Leslie Wallace
    Mr Chomps Friends!

    I purchased the triple pet bundle along with the digital support materials and absolutely love them! They are adorable, the books have great messages and the digital support material not only supports the pets, it ties in nicely with our IB Units of Inquiry. I have had a class room friend named Mr. Chomp who is a box with a silly monster face and he leaves digital messages for the class about classroom Management, Feelings and Social Skills. Mr. Chomp can not wait to introduce his "friends/cousins" to the class!

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    Jennie Davis
    Must have resource!

    The creatures are amazing! My students loved them. It arrived a little later, but we still introduced them.

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    Chasity Hawkins
    Love these!

    They are so soft! These will be a perfect addition to my one-on-one or small group sessions with my students when school resumes! I received the digital bundles to go with them and I am working on laminating them and getting them ready for use this fall.