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Learning Resources Chick Life Cycle Exploration Set


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  • No incubator required!
  • See the day-by-day development of a chick by cracking open this set of 21 eggs
  • Perfect for teaching the chick life cycle
  • Requires 3 alkaline (1.5V) batteries, included
  • Durable plastic eggs measure 2 ¾"L each
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Learning Resources Chick Life Cycle Exploration Set + Where Do Chicks Come From? (Let's-Read-and-Find-Out Science 1) + From Egg to Chicken (Lifecycles)
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  • Product Dimensions: 16 x 8.9 x 2.8 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001SCA71G
  • Item model number: LER2733
  • Our recommended age: 5 - 8 years
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 6 - 14 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #141,416 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
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No incubator required. Now, students can see the day-by-day development of a chick by cracking open this set of 21 eggs. Eggs 1–20 contain realistic illustrations. Final egg opens to reveal a plastic 3-D chick. Perfect for teaching the chick life cycle and related vocabulary in life science lessons. Multilingual Activity Guide includes definitions, chicken facts and a blackline master to label. Eggs and plastic storage tray are labeled for self-checking and easy organization. Durable plastic eggs measure 2-3/4 “L each. For grades K and above.

Product Description

LER2733 Ages 5-9Crack open this set of 21 eggs and see the day-by-day development of a chick. No incubator required!# Features realistic illustrations of a developing chick in eggs 1—20, plastic 3-D chick inside the final egg# Invites children to make hands-on connections to life science and life cycles# Reinforces concepts and related vocabulary with multilingual Activity Guide that includes definitions, chicken facts and a blackline master to label# Allows for self-checking and easy organization with numbered label on each egg and numbered places in storage tray# Durable plastic eggs measure 2.75"L each; plastic tray measures 15"L x 8.5"W# Grades K+

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Janet L. Bird on May 8, 2009
This is a great visual for students to more concretely understand the development of a chick inside an egg. The construction of them is great -- they do not open up so easily that they 'fall apart' -- more appropriate for an adult to open and share. Definitely a great instructional aid for any classroom or learning environment hatching eggs!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By AudS on April 18, 2012
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Although this product looks cool and has some educational value, I was a little disappointed with the quality of this toy given the price I paid for it. I bought it for $29-something. What you get for this price are 21 plastic eggs with stickers showing chick development on them. We played with the toy for about 20 minutes and the "illustrations" are already showing signs of wear. The plastic tray is that super flimsy plastic that sometimes separates produce in boxes of produce. This is sitting in a cardboard box. I doubt it will last long. I will see how long it lasts and will update later! I think the company should provide extra "replacement" stickers in the box in case the ones on the eggs get damaged beyond repair.

The activity booklet describes how eggs form and show the parts of the egg but I thought it also should have included a description of major developmental milestones to go along with the pictures (like which day particular organs are developed, when feathers start to become visible on the embryo etc.).
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Busy on the go mom of 3 on December 31, 2012
The eggs are easy to open and numbered so they stay in order. The chick could be more realistic but by then the real chicks are hatching and those are by far more interesting
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By K. Bowman on March 31, 2014
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I liked the product well enough, however, I have two of day9 and no day 15. I wish the box would have been more form fitting so the eggs didn't roll around inside the box.
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By Ross on October 5, 2013
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I gave it an "it's okay" rating because I was under the misconception that the little chicks inside the eggs were moulded plastic, as Chick 21 was a complete lift-out.
In fact the other 20 were just paper figures on a plain surface.
As an education al tool they are quite good.
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