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A Bunny’s Hopping Place

Animal: Bunny

School: Sculptor Charter Middle School

By: Andrea M.

Grade: 7

Design Documentation

Did anyone help me?

When working on this project I had no help from my fellow peers but my teacher Mrs. Bollinger helped me. She helped me by giving me the supply’s that I didn’t already have like the newspaper, popsicle sticks, and tape. Mrs. Bollinger also help me with spelling errors and providing me guidance into how to set up the website. She also printed my photos for me and help me record my video.

My photos can be found here…


  • Newspapers
  • Pipe cleaner
  • Tape
  • Cardboard
  • Zip ties
  • Popsicle stick
  • Metal tray
  • Metal ladder
  • Water bowl
  • Feeder
  • Cage

How do I think a Bunny would react?

I have a feeling that a bunny would react confused because it is a new environment and bunnies are very curious creatures so I feel as if they would go looking around, but of course since I don’t own a bunny I can not test it with a real bunny, this is just an assumption. My reason for not testing with a real bunny is that I do not own one nor do I know someone who does. Personally in my own morals I do not think that it is ok to adopt a living creature that needs a lot of attention when I know for a fact that I can not provide for it. I did this project to enlighten myself and other people, not to harm anyone.

What Challenges did I face when making the “cottage”?

A challenge I had was with some of the toys and hiding spaces. For example one of the hiding spot I made with newspaper was not sturdy enough and was very easy to break through so I just recycled it and made a new one with popsicle sticks to support it.

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