20 January 2010

Scat!



Don't fret.  It isn't real.  It's a craft project from the kids' class at the Aldo Leopold Nature Center.  The topic was Stories in the Snow and they learned about figuring out what animals are up to based on tracks and other stuff left behind in the snow.  I think they enjoyed it...mostly the liberal use of the word "poop" in describing their craft projects.

3 comments:

Cindy G said...

Now there's a craft leader who know kids!

What a hoot!

MollyBeees said...

Everybody poops.

Namma said...

Hey, we could use your kids' recognition skills when we go hiking. When we see "scat" on the trail, we speculate whether it's from a dog or if something wilder "passed through"...as we're passing the word to "don't step in the poop!"