CHICKS AND EGGS. Teaching Points © Created by Lisa Frase www.effectiveteachingsolutions.com. The Story of the Egg. Father Rooster and Mother Hen wanted a family, so Mother Hen laid an egg. . The inside of the egg looks like this-. albumen
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Father Rooster and Mother Hen wanted a family, so Mother Hen laid an egg.
The clear part around the yolk holds water for the unborn chick.
The yolk is the food for the unborn chick.
The white spot is the egg cell. The egg cell is where the chick grows.
The egg cell becomes the baby chick. Before the egg is hatched, it’s called an “embryo.” Mother Hen takes care of her chick by sitting on the egg and keeping it warm. Mother Hen turns her eggs and spreads her feathers over them to protect her chicks.
On day 2, the heart begins to take shape and beat, and the ears begin to form.
The tongue, tail, wing and leg buds appear. The chicks toes are showing!
His organs and leg bones are forming. His beak and wing is visible.
His feathers are showing up.
Now he has
eyelids, claws, and his comb.
He’s growing bigger!
His bones are getting stronger.
His scales, claws, and beak are firming up now.
His beak is turning and getting ready to peck through the shell.
He is almost ready to come out of his shell!