Wiggling with excitement, members of Lisa Beckfield’s kindergarten class shouted out what they know about deer last Thursday morning.
“They have ears so they can hear if there is danger.”
“They have legs so they can walk and run.”
“I know they have horns, but they are called antlers.”
And, consistent with the observations of a 5-year-old, “When they poop, they lift up their tails.”