Look Who's Hatching!
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This board supports Nebraska Extension's Look Who's Hatching: Preschool Oviparous Animal Project. If you are interested in hatching chicken eggs with your preschoolers, consider not telling them there are chickens inside!
Great way to combine loose parts and bug exploration!

Explore Insect Compositions with tangible materials, reference books and Reggio-inspired setting. (via Imagine Learning Center)

Penguins.  Just how hard would it be to try to take care of an egg and still move around?    To find out we used  Nerf Jr. Footballs for our penguin eggs.

More Penguin Fun! Just how hard would it be to try to take care of an egg and still move around? To find out, use Nerf Jr. Footballs for penguin eggs. Can have relay races.

This easy sensory tray is a great farm activity for toddlers and preschoolers and is great for pretend play, fine motor skills, and language development!

Chicks and Seeds Sensory Tray

This easy sensory tray is a great farm activity for toddlers and preschoolers and is great for pretend play, fine motor skills, and language development! add easter eggs to match letters

Feed the Chick: a fun fine motor skills activity

Feed the Chick: a fun fine motor skills activity - have B feed the chick letters and K feed the chick sight words and math facts

Game, "Little Chick, Little Chick Are You Behind the Egg?" (color review flannel board game)

Chick & Egg Flannel Game: children have to guess which colored item it is hiding behind (Little chick, little chick, are you under the ___ egg?

Bird watching and creating a Homemade Bird Feeder are simple and fun outdoor activities for kids.

How To Make A Homemade Bird Feeder -

Fizzing Hatching Dinosaur Eggs: Sensory Play with Bath Bombs. Fun preschool activity for a dinosaur unit!  Or an outdoor play activity when the weather is warm.

Fizzing Hatching Dinosaur Eggs: Sensory Play with Bath Bombs

Dinosaur Unit - Fizzing Hatching Dinosaur Eggs: Sensory Play with Bath Bombs. Fun preschool activity for a dinosaur unit! Or an outdoor play activity when the weather is warm.

Students choose an animal that hatches from an egg, write clues about it, and "hide" it inside an egg.  Great for Easter or an animal life cycles unit.  FREE

This writing activity can be used as part of an animal life cycles unit or as a spring or Easter themed activity. Students will choose an animal that hatches from an egg, write clues about it, and then hide it inside an egg.

You can make these easy "haystacks" with 2/3 cup of peanut butter & one bag (11 or 12 oz.) of butterscotch chips.

PB Haystacks: Melt one bag butterscotch chips & C peanut butter. Add one can of chow mein noodles. Drop by spoonful onto waxed paper.

A simple garden scavenger hunt is a fun way to explore a school garden, home garden - even a community garden. Print this FREE list or create your own.

Backyard Nature Fun: Garden Scavenger Hunt

Hatching chicks in your room? Counting backward chart, color one egg each day (can be put in calendar folder & at whole group time)

Hatching chicks in your room? Counting backward chart, color one egg each day (can be put in calendar folder & at whole group time)

Put these pictures in eggs; hide; find and discuss which animals come from eggs; can also act like the animal as you find the other egg

Put in plastic eggs, have kids open during circle time, add to felt board and discuss

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