You don’t have to live on a farm to enjoy this Life Cycle of a Chicken Unit Study. Spring is the perfect time to start learning about the life cycles of animals, and what better animal than a chicken!
Chickens go through a pretty incredible transformation from egg to baby chick, making this a great life cycle unit study for your students! Chickens are a great subject to learn about the stages of growth, and your children will love learning about the life cycle of a chicken in this Unit Study. This unit study would work well as part of a farm unit, spring science lesson plan, or learning more about animals.
This FREE 8 Page Unit Study includes:
Writing Practice Worksheets
Hands-On Life Cycle Activity Sheet
Life Cycle of Chicken Spinner Game
Freestyle Writing and Coloring Pages
Download your FREE Life Cycle of a Chicken Unit Study here.
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