Translation:Those owls are trying to kick the toy.
Well actually there is some sense in the Finnish version of the sentence if one doesn't know that we are literally referring to the birds, owls. In Finnish the word pöllö can also be used as an adjective or substantive in the meaning of foolish /a fool. So while the owl is considered an intelligent bird in some parts of the world, it is not a compliment to call someone pöllö in Finland. If someone is kicking toys he/she is a little bit pöllö
You can never tell who might be doing what to whom--or to what. There's no way to fudge your vocabulary knowledge by context in this course!
An exercise might leave me baffled by its content, but if I get it right I can be confident I actually do know the vocabulary. I really like that.