My class was embarking on an inquiry project about rabbits. I was looking for someone who has rabbits so that the children can have a hands-on touch and feel session, as well as know the proper way to take care of rabbits and be well informed about the lifestyle of rabbits.
I was glad to find Bunny Wonderland from a friend who adopted her rabbit from there. I emailed Bunny Wonderland and one of the volunteers, Jonathan, got back to me promptly. He asked when I needed the volunteer to come down to the preschool I’m working at. I asked if they could come in a week’s time. He asked if I can postpone it to December as the volunteer is actually working at a preschool as a principal. I was surprised! But I told him that it is quite difficult because our inquiry only lasts for two weeks. Guess what, Jonathan contacted the volunteer, Ms Catherine, and she managed to find a slot for me! She came one week later. I was amazed by her promptness and availability. I was also amazed by the slides she prepared for her presentation on the rabbits. She talked about several things about the rabbits which surprised us. For instance, rabbits don’t eat carrots as staple food as it causes them diarrhea! The children greatly enjoyed getting to feed and touch the rabbits and it was truly an amazing experience for them. The children also prepared questions for Ms Catherine and she managed to answer all of them!
Thank you, Bunny wonderland, Jonathan and Ms Catherine, for this amazing workshop