chicken-egg-development-wheel

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Purpose of activity:  To learn about how a chicken egg develops and what happens on each of the 21 days

Target age group:  ages 5-9

Description of activity:  As shown in the picture above, it’s an information page with a wheel behind it so that the day numbers and the associated picture show up inside the red “windows” as the wheel is turned.

Time needed:  At least 30 minutes if students color the pictures; less if they don’t color.

Materials you will need:  Copies of the pattern pages printed onto card stock, scissors, paper fasteners, colored pencils or crayons, and an X-Acto knife (for adult use)

Materials you will need:  Copies of the pattern pages printed onto white card stock, scissors, paper fasteners (those brass things), colored pencils or crayons, and an X-Acto knife (for adult use)

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