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Chick Life Cycle Exploration Set

Item # 701180
Chick Life Cycle Exploration Set is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 2.
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Grade K and up. No incubator required! This hands-on model allows students to view each of the 21 days of chick development. Realistic illustrations are inside of durable white plastic eggs for days 1 to 20. Final egg opens to reveal a plastic 3-D chick. This set is perfect for teaching the chick life cycle and related vocabulary in life science lessons.

Price

$48.75

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Grade K and up. No incubator required! This hands-on model allows students to view each of the 21 days of chick development. Realistic illustrations are inside of durable white plastic eggs for days 1 to 20. Final egg opens to reveal a plastic 3-D chick. This set is perfect for teaching the chick life cycle and related vocabulary in life science lessons.

A multilingual activity guide includes definitions, chicken facts, and a blackline master for labeling the parts of an egg. Eggs and plastic storage tray are labeled for self-checking and easy organization.

Each durable plastic egg is 2-3/4" L, the plastic tray is 15 × 8-1/2", and the storage box is 16 × 9 × 3". Note: Set does not include a live chick.

 

Classroom Activities

 
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This product provides a fun and hands on experience for youth I use this product to teach elementary students about the growth process of chicks. It allows them to open each day in the cycle and compare the development of the chick.
Date published: 2014-11-21
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Nice idea but hard for little hands and expensive Our kindergarteners and first graders hatch chicken eggs in the spring so I thought this would help them visualize the development. From the photo I thought that all the little chicks inside would be plastic and 3D, like a topographic map. But they are all just flat stickers, except for the fuzzy chick in the last egg. Disappointing for the high price. Still, the kit would serve the purpose except that the eggs are really hard to pry open, even for an adult. I don't know how 5 and 6 year olds will manage. Maybe we just won't click them shut. This is better than nothing but could really be improved.
Date published: 2011-05-09
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