You won't believe who visited our preschool today


A very nice lady called Anna with some farm animals! There were chicks, ducks, a goose, a rabbit and even a goat! We talked about different kinds of poultry and their eggs, and learned many interesting facts.
You won't believe who visited our preschool today! A very nice lady called Anna with some farm animals! There were chicks, ducks, a goose, a rabbit and even a goat! We talked about different kinds of poultry and their eggs, and learned many interesting facts.

Did you know that goats' eyes (theirm pupils to be exact) are nor round, but rectangular? This allows the goat to see around them.

Or that you cannot consume the whole goose eggs, but only its yolk - the white is really yucky...?

And here are some more interesting facts about goats:

• Goats communicate with each other by bleating. Mothers will often call to their young (kids) to ensure they stay close-by. Mother and kid goats recognise each other's calls soon after the mothers give birth.
• Kids can follow their mothers almost immediately after being born. They are very close to their mothers and are weaned after around 6 months.
• Goats are very intelligent and curious animals. Their inquisitive nature is exemplified in their constant desire to explore and investigate anything unfamiliar which they come across.
Goats have excellent coordination. They have great balance and are thus able to survive in precarious areas such as steep mountains. They can even climb trees and some species can jump over 5 feet high.