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YTPC - Helps with Classroom Management (Hardcover)

Already got a Pet Creature? No problem, you can order our beautifully illustrated book by itself. If you don't already have a Pet Creature then consider looking at our Pet Creature Bundle. 

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 40 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. 

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If you have any other questions please reach out. We'd love to hear from you. 

Additional Information

Book Size: Approx 24.5cm x 25.5cm

You will receive:

x1 Hardcover Book only

Got any other questions? Checkout or Frequently Asked Questions page or Contact Us page. We'd love to help. 

Customer Reviews

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Teachers Per Creature

I have just introduced my Teachers Pet Creature and the kids love it. They are all involved in naming it, and the posters are great.