From Mrs. Glover to me: Hi Mrs. Brooks — We wanted to let you know that I gave my students a vacation reading challenge to keep track of the minutes they read during April Break. I told them that we would report our GRAND TOTAL TO YOU!!!! I had 6 students participate and they read a total of …… 1,856 minutes!! I am so proud of them. ️ ~Mrs. Glover
Today is day 10! Almost halfway there. Today the comb is growing enough so you can see it in the shell. Do you know what the comb is? It is the red part on top of the chicken's head. They are also growing the flight feathers that are the first feather that grow on the wings after they hatch.
Today is day 9 for the incubator. I just pulled a few eggs out of the incubator to see how they are doing. I took a flashlight and held it to the egg to see if a chick was growing inside. There are some eggs that I can see have started to develop into chicks. The shells on these eggs are not very easy to see into because they have a dark shell. When you do this it is called candling the eggs. A long time ago farmers would put the eggs next to candles to see if they could see