April 22, 2012

We ended up having 18 chicks this year, which is a record for me! We put some eggs in the incubator a few days later, so we still may have a few more hatch this week. So for now, it is so-long with my most favorite unit of the year. We are moving on to more great things!

My two chicks holding the classroom chicks!


  1. Don't they all just love the new chicks! Kids can't get enough of them. :)
    Conversations in Literacy

  2. Yes!! I would love to keep them for one more week because the kids love them so much, but they kids BIG so fast and stinky!!

  3. So cute and fluffy. I taught kindergarten for 5 years and just moved up to first grade. Kindergarteners are special. I am your newest follower. Please stop by and visit. I am having a Thirty-One tote giveaway for reaching 100 followers. I am also giving a shout out to new bloggers in my posts starting tomorrow. Can I include your blog?
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  4. That is so exciting! What do you do with them at the end of the unit?

  5. This is so cute, I love your blog…. I am your newest follower…come by and visit as I am a newbie to the blog world… kinderkiddies1.blogspot.com

  6. Sandra- Thank you for your comments and for following! I LOVE the thirty-one totes. I just went to my first party. Yes, please include my blog. Thank you!

  7. Ms. Jessica- Thank you for stopping by! They go back to the kind farmer that gave us the eggs.

  8. KinderKiddies- Thank you for following! I will be right over to your blog!

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  10. Love your blog! I am your newest follower!!

    Teachers Give a Hoot

  11. omg soo cute ...love your background... im your newest follower.. drop by =)

    Just Wild About Teaching

  12. Thanks for stopping by my blog!
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