Whiskers is a bunny that belongs to Saskia in Room 4 and she brought it in to share with Room 1 and our buddy class Room 10. We brainstormed some questions to ask Saskia:
Abbie asked - What breed is Whiskers? A Mini Lop
Juno asked – "What does it eat?". Carrots and bananas are treats but she loves cabbages and grapes and grass of course!
Ariana asked – "Is it allowed into the house?". Yes it is!
Saskia then shared some other information with us. Here’s what we learnt:
Saskia then held onto Whiskers and walked around the circle and we all got to pat her.
We then talked about some adjectives that could describe Whiskers:
Joseph – colourful and cute.
Charlie – soft
Carys – smells like cookies
Travis – feels like a cotton ball
Melanie – fuzzy
Ariana – fluffy and cuddly
Saskia then put Whiskers down in the middle of the circle to hop around but Whiskers didn’t move much.
We are going to use some of the adjectives we talked about to make an interesting Whiskers paragraph. Here’s one we did together:
Whiskers, the soft and fluffy bunny, came to visit Room 4 and 10. Gracefully it watched all the children with its black oval eyes. We gently stroked its fuzzy body, which felt like a cotton ball.
Thank you Saskia for sharing your bunny Whiskers with us.