Fall 2019 JBMDL Home School PreK & Kindergarten Program

Vets In Training

JBMDL Pre-K and Kindergarten Home School Program

Class Meeting Dates

Wednesday September 25th  11:05-11:35 am

 Wednesday October 2nd 11:05-11:35 am

Wednesday October 9th  11:05-11:35 am

Wednesday October 16th  11:05-11:35 am

Wednesday October 23rd 11:05-11:35 am

 

JBMDL-PreK/K Session Topics:

All Creatures Great and Small        

All hands on deck!  This round floor discussion will allow the children to investigate, explore, and discover the individual animals of the learning center.  There will be a few animal surprises!

Teddy Bear Clinic

Who doesn’t like playing Doctor?  Each student will bring their own teddy bear as we learn how to give a physical exam and take care of common ailments.  Children will learn bandaging as well as use some common veterinary tools.

Veterinary Microscopy    

Microscopes are invaluable tools to a veterinarian. They are used to evaluate organs, tumors, skin conditions, parasites, and more. Students will learn proper microscope use and care, how to collect and prepare specimens. Students will be doing exploring many specimens during the lab.

Ticks, Tweezers, and Prickly Things

As veterinarians, we remove all kinds of things from patients.  Veterinarians must learn to remove ticks, bot flies, and even prickly plants from their patients’ fur and skin.  VIT students will learn to use their removal skills on simulated patients during this super fun and interactive lab class!

Habitats and Responsible Pet Ownership

Students will look at the world’s major habitats and understand why certain animals must have that environment.  Responsible pet ownership is very closely connected to an animal’s habitat—students will explore this connection.

LIVE ANIMALS AT EVERY CLASS

 

Registration, Payment and Refund policies:

Please review Vets in Training program registration, payment and refund policies here before registering your child for VIT programs.

For questions on registration or classes, please email VIT@housepawsmobilevet.com

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