I took 3 lambs: "White Night", because I figured the kids probably thought that lambs are supposed to be white and that they'd be interested to know that the baby rams have horns when they are very little ~ "Kat Nap", because she's so friendly and most kids have heard the term "black sheep" ~ and "Chance", because she is so
The children were incredibly well behaved (which could also be said for two of the three lambs that I took). Mr. White Night let it be quite clear that he was not thrilled to be away from his mom/on a halter/ and touched by humans!
Sweet Kat Nap and Chance even posed for pictures with the children!
Don't let his expression fool you ~ this little boy kept coming back for more!
I don't know who she is, but I think this little girl really NEEDS to raise Shetland sheep!
All in all, I'd say it was a very positive experience for children and lambs (OK ~ maybe not so much for White Night) alike.
Thank You Nick & Matt for inviting Grandma and her lambs to visit your school! I love you VERY much!!!