Science & Nature
Zoology: Exploring and Candling the Egg
In this one-time science class, students will meet a real chicken, learn to candle an egg and dive into the world of chicken embryo development.
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Students will learn to identify the parts of a chicken egg, the number of days it takes for an embryo to develop and hatch successfully into a chick, and how to candle an egg. We will be joined by one of my pet chickens and slides will be shown to look at both, embryo development and the parts of an egg. Students will partake in a group discussion and be hands on with an egg in front of them. We will practice candling and discuss how and why candling can be used in the real world. A list of...
Agricultural Science and Education BS Degree
Required Lab Materials: .One chicken egg, free of any cracks. .One toilet paper roll. (just the cardboard roll) .One flashlight. .One bowl or small trash can to prevent mess should the egg break. .Towel for cleanup if needed.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
We will be looking at chicken eggs as sex cells and the development of a chicken embryo. Scientific terminology will be used to discuss this process throughout the class.
Animals, Agriculture and Art, oh my.
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
86 total reviews
105 completed classes
Hello, my name is Kat. As a student, the most memorable classes in school were the ones my teachers were passionate about teaching. When I teach, I can't help but be passionate because I get to integrate my real life experiences with each lesson....