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We were each given an animal and we had to decide which group it fit into. Was it a fish, bird, mammal, insect, amphibian or reptile?
When the sorting was complete we talked about mammals and what they were. “They have hair or fur” is what Andria remembered from our previous chat.
A cat and me. TitaEffa said I think you should get a cat like another person. The rabbit. I like rabbit because I buy a rabbit in Jakarta and a cat. Dog I like dog because my grandfather said he like dog. Next we each drew our favorite mammal.
Once we had all drawn our individual favorite animals we made a list. We had pigs, sheep, horses, tigers, rhinos, elephants, monkeys, cats, dogs and rabbits. We then started voting to narrow our list down to our top 5 favorite animals.
After tallying each vote the top 5 animals that remained were …(signal the sound of trumpets!!) Tiger Monkey Horse Cat Dog (incase you are confused by the picture the other animals had already been removed at this stage and these animals had been placed together)
Finally we each got a vote….
The last two votes were cast and we were at a tie between tigers and horses both on 7 votes. Ms Resh still had her vote to be made but due to inside knowledge that Ms Catharine's class had already voted and their mammal had already been chosen (tigers) Ms Resh chose……
HORSES!! So there it is our official class name. Watch out for your galloping children around Preschool!