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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.
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+