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Bunny Sets the Standard

Although miniature in stature, Peanut was a giant in teachable moments.

Photo by Erik-Jan Leusink on Unsplash

How do you measure the teachable moments wrapped up in a cute little ball of lop-eared fur?

Peanut, the miniature rabbit, held court in my classroom for 10 years. With a perpetually opened cage door, kindergarteners stroked, patted and petted him… each and every school day…




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Donna Lynn

Donna Lynn

I’m Donna — mom of three grown children and grandma to 4. I’m a former kindergarten teacher and I love to write.

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