Category Archives: eggs
Our incubator is now playing host to 12 lovely eggs. 11 brown and 1 white shelled eggs. Today was day 2 in their 21 day cycle:
We use HovaBator incubators and got ours from Frey Scientific. The eggs came from a friends’ farm. 🙂
Because we are learning all about the chicken life cycle, I used some of my K blogging friends chicken themed products.
This awesome emergent reader is from my blogging friend Maria. She creates the most amazing readers and sells them on her TPT site. 🙂 This reader is called, “Now the chick grows.” Here are my kiddos cutting the letters out and spelling “now” in their readers.
This pack is from my blogging friend Jennifer at Herding Katz in Kindergarten. Her pack is AMAZING! I’ve already used the Chicken Life Cycle reader (using it in my guided reading groups next week!!) and the Incubator Observation booklet. We also used the Incubator Calendar and we are recording information about the “going ons” inside the egg each day. There are so many things to use in this pack, I don’t know if I’ll be able to use it all! 🙂
To be different this year, I decided to hatch quail eggs instead chicken eggs. One of my team members got chicken and quail eggs from her parents farm and we are waiting patiently for them to hatch! Next Wednesday is the big day, if all goes well!
Tis picture was taken pre incubator. Aren’t they cute? They will be the size of your thumb when they hatch! If anyone knows any great books about quail, I’d love to know! I ordered the only one I could find suitable for young children and it was from a publishing company in the UK!