First, have fun calling and interviewing your grandparents, aunts, uncles, and cousins to find out how many pets they have at home. Next, fill in a tally chart using the information from your interviews, and then answer the questions.
Make an obstacle course for your dog; include things your dog could jump over, go around, go under. Have fun baking dog treats with this easy two-ingredient recipe.
Have fun listening to this story about how Stanley and his friends escape and go on a wild adventure. If you have a pet that you can walk safely with your family, ask if you can take them for a nice long walk. Remember to practice social distancing.
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