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Hatching Chicken Eggs at Home: 21-Day Guide to Success
In this one-time course, students will make a step-by-step guide to success for hatching chickens at home.
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In this one-time course students will make a step-by-step guide to hatching baby chickens at home in an incubator. Hatching eggs at home can be a fun project to do with young students to help grow their backyard flocks. Incubating chicken eggs is a 21-day process that involves several supplies and steps to remember. Each student will have a worksheet for class that they will use to make their very own step-by-step guide that they can reference when they are ready to incubate eggs themselves....
Students will have a step-by-step guide for success when hatching chicken eggs at home.
1 file available upon enrollmentThe step-by-step worksheet will be posted in the classroom.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Kiersten HouserAgricultural Educator
345 total reviews
457 completed classes
Hello my name is Kiersten Houser and I love to teach agriculture. I believe it is important for children to know where their food really comes from. I grew up on a farm and have made it a point to learn everything I can about it over the years....