After we had looked at this bottle, Tayha brought to school a box full of other different bottles. Tayha and her family found them at their house. "As the horses walk about they move the soil and the bottles get pushed up."
We want to know how often they used horses and what they used them for, and how the bottles were made.
Some of the bottles have writing and numbers on them, we want to know when they were made.
Our Forest School Find
Do you know the answers to any of these questions?
How did it get here?
When was it made?
Why is it round?
What is it made out of?
What was it used for?
How was it made?
Did it have medicine in it?
Did they use it as a cup?
Did a person at home make it or someone in a shop or factory make it?
Who used it?
Are there more of them around in Waikino or the world?
Did it have mints in it?
If you can help us to answer any of these questions please add a comment below. We write this blog as a class as part of our writing program. Sharing in the writing process gives everyone a great opportunity to learn from each other. While we wrote this post we talked a lot about who might be reading and what kind of things you would do as a reader if you read a question. We'd love to hear from you.