Here a chick, there a chick, everywhere a chick chick…
Incubating chickens in the classroom is a great science activity and easier than you might think. A lot of science curriculums include incubating eggs as an optional activity. Are you ready?
Determine who will take the chicks after they hatch. Since it is impossible to know how many will hatch it is good to find several interested parties and establish a procedure who gets to pick first.
Order an incubator, heating lamp, and chick starter from Amazon.
Get fertilized eggs.
On a Tuesday morning start incubating the eggs. Make sure to follow the instructions included in the incubator.
21 days later enjoy watching your chicks hatch!