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Second graders use fun plastic eggs to investigate mammals and non egg-laying animals. After discussion in the class they open plastic eggs with animal pictures inside and decide if the animal lays eggs. They observe the inside and...
Students investigate the major changes in the life cycle of cavity-nesting birds through the set up and maintenance of birdhouses on school grounds. Monitoring techniques are identified and utilized to obtain data which is imported into...
Students discover how animals are born/hatched. In this life science lesson plan, students listen to a book entitled Chickens Aren't The Only Ones, and discuss animals that are hatched or born. Students receive a picture of an animal,...
Students observe baby chicks hatching from eggs in an incubator. They discuss the hatching process and the early development of baby chicks. They measure the temperature, collect data, and record it on a graph.
Young scholars explore the similarities and differences between ocean mammals and fish. The characteristics of the life forms observed are placed onto a graph. The classroom becomes the botom of the sea and is explored to gain the...
Students explore eggs and certain animals that hatch from eggs. They cut out and decorate their own eggs and decide which animal they want to hatch from their egg. They demonstrate their artwork for the class.
First graders explore embryology. In this science lesson, 1st graders explore the needs of chicks while growing in an egg. Students discuss care of eggs while development and after the chick hatches.
Students explore the life cycle of butterflies, illustrate the life cycle of the butterfly, and compare the researched facts to stories written by Eric Carle about caterpillars and butterflies.
Students create an egg. In this language arts lesson, students create an egg and then take photographs as the egg is being hatched. Students write about the sequence of the hatching.