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Hatching Ducklings - A Study of Duck Life Cycle With Live Ducks 5-7 Years
Animal life cycles are fascinating. Ducks grow quickly in their first weeks of life. A different take on the bird life cycle - follow along with our real ducklings as we watch them hatch and develop over 2 weeks.
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over 2 weeks
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per learner - per class
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Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great for engaging projects and interacting with diverse classmates from other states and countries
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Follow the journey of our brand new ducklings as they hatch, and develop for the first 2 weeks of their life! -6 x 25 minute sessions (3 per week) -Access to a live web cam to egg watch if you would like (part of the most exciting part of hatching eggs is sometimes waiting for them to hatch) -videos of at least one of our eggs hatching during class in case it does not happen during classes. - A project journal updated regularly with photos and videos of the chickens and their process so...
Students will learn -A more detailed view of the life cycle of a duck - What ducks need to stay healthy -How eggs support the start of life - The development of a duck in it's first week of life -How ducks are able to swim.
Students will have the option of watching our live feed "egg watch" if they choose but some highlights will be shared during class.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
1 hour 15 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
This class deals with live animals and as such can be unpredictable. It is possible that not all eggs will hatch and some ducklings may not survive. It is an exhausting process that can take up to 24 hours hatching out of an egg and only the strongest ducklings will survive. PLEASE NOTE: Ducklings have a lower hatch rate than chickens and it is common that one or more may not hatch. We expect 2-3 ducklings to hatch but this is only an educated guess.
Jaydine RumneyQualified Early Childhood teacher and Primary School Teacher.
99 total reviews
102 completed classes
***** I am taking leave from teaching for 2022, I look forward to seeing everyone in 2023 ***** Hi I am a qualified Early Childhood (kindergarten) and Primary School teacher in Australia. I have also worked with many students with different ...