Room 18 News
Thank you for helping your children pack up eggs for our egg challenge! We had a 100% success rate in our designs! We used the eggs to performing some egg-citing eggsperiments. We began with dissecting an egg. We described and wrote about how an egg feels and looks. We used magnifying glasses to help us explore the outside of an egg. We cracked eggs open and we found the following parts: yolk, white, white spot, shell, shell membrane, air sac, and chalaza (white ropy part). We learned about the purpose of the different parts and drew our observations. We have been learning about how a chick develops in twenty one days. We read Egg to Chick, Bird Beaks, and Eggs and Baby Birds to name a few. We labeled the parts of a developing chick.
Have a great weekend!
Today we had a big thunderstorm. We stayed inside and played a fun game.