This week, we have been learning about the Census.
The Census asks lots of questions about people alive today, who they are, where they live and what they do.
The information is used to help us make decisions about what people need. For example, if there are lots of children, we may need more schools and parks.
We decided to collect lots of information too.
First of all, we made a class pictogram to show which month our birthdays are in.
Then, we thought of other questions we could ask each other, for example: What is your favourite food?
We asked other members of our class and made a tally chart of their choices.
We could then use this information to answer questions like: What is our class' favourite food?