I went to visit my daughter's class today because her classroom had some baby chicks that just hatched a couple days ago.
Mrs. Koukides says the children have studied this month about the development from the eggs to the baby chicks and have learned about the process.
This is a picture of Mrs. Koukides 1st grade class at Jackson School with some students holding the baby chicks in the front row:
The eggs came from Mr.Rebisz's farm. He teaches 4th grade at Jackson School. The eggs took 21 days to hatch from an incubator at 100 degrees F. The children from different classrooms have stopped by to see them and are enjoying them until returning back to Mr. Rebisz's farm on Friday.