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A Good Speech Topic for Elementary and Middle-School Children: Pets - Budatha

A Good Speech Topic for Elementary and Middle-School Children: Pets

 

A Favorite Topic that is Never Boring to Children: Speeches about Pets

Writing about animals and pets make for fantastic speeches for elementary and middle-school children. The plus is that adults listening also get a free “trip to the zoo.” Parents wind up winning arguments as to why a baby tiger cannot be a household pet…and snakes are also suspect.

When your child explores the history and makeup of an animal or amphibian, he or she will be more understanding of why those animals need particular habitats and some equipment to keep them comfortable could be very expensive.

While it’s a worthwhile endeavor to take on the responsibility of a cat or dog, many other species of animals need special care. Cockatiels, for example, are expensive yet very sociable birds…as long as they’re kept happy.

What does it take for your special pet to be happy and why is it?

Talk About an Animal as Person in Your Speech

In your speech, give your animal a human personality. What would make you happy in a cage? What do you like to eat? What is your favorite play toy?

Cleanliness of the environment should also be addressed. Think about YOU, as a human; would you like to go to the bathroom in the same area you eat? Do you like it when mom cleans your room for you and it’s fresh and clean? Why would it be different for any other animal?

What is the History of Your Pet? Tell it in Your Speech.

Did you know that cats were considered god in Egypt? Why is that? What kinds of cats were held in high regard and what were their attributes? Is your kitty an offspring of ‘royalty’? What markings on your cat make him or her contestant at a cat show?

The same goes for dogs. What makes your dog so special? Did you adopt your pet instead of buying a pedigree? Why?

What about fish? Do you have fish or turtles that need special care? I know I love the goldfish in my pond and I also know how they love (and help) their area to be cleaned.

Goldfish make great pets but their environment has to be well-tended to—otherwise they die. How you make your fish happy with oxygen, the right food, and playful toys in their tank(s)?

What You Need to Do:

1. Why did you adopt your pet? Why did you choose THAT pet to have?

2. What is the historic nature of your pet? Where did it come from in history?

3. Why your pet eats certain foods.

4. The importance of taking care of the pet’s environment.

5. Why you are a ‘parent’ when you have a pet; why pets rely on people.

Your Speech about Your Pet Should Answer Questions

Your speech topic about your pet should focus on why you chose your pet, what things came to mind with caring for your pet and the historic nature of your pet.
Your speech should address the audience of other kids your age as well as adults by explaining more than:

1. My turtle lives in water and land—-why is that so?

2. My turtle eats these foods and why is that?

3. My turtle comes from a prehistoric time — explain that

4. My turtle needs attention — oh, turtles are sociable creatures? Why

5. My turtle’s environment needs to be a water temperature of _____ —why?

6. My turtle likes water and light —-why?

In other words, explain not just what you do with the turtle (or any other animal) but why.

Do this with any other pet and you’ll be on your way to a great speech topic and presentation.


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