Incubation and Embryology - University of Illinois

Activities

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Parts of the Egg In this activity, students color and label each part of an egg.
Parts of the Chicken In this activity, students color and label each part of a chicken.
Which Egg Is Fertile? In this activity, students determine which egg is fertile.
Egg Sizing In this activity, students match the weight of an egg to its size.
Egg Grading In this activity, students will grade eggs by the size and shape of their yolks and whites.
What Kind of Heat? In this activity, students will note the difference between heat generated by a hen and heat generated by an incubator.
The Thermometer In this activity, students learn about measuring temperature with a thermometer.
Temperature Comparison Chart In this activity, students compare the temperature of a hen, a person, their classroom and an incubator.
Needs Comparison Chart In this activity, students compare the needs of a human baby and the newborn chick.
Unscramble the Scrambled Eggs In this activity, students unscramble incubation and embryology terms.
Hidden Words In this activity, students find incubation and embryology terms in a word find. When completed, the activity reveals a hidden message.
Science Vocabulary In this activity, students will put a list of incubation and embryology terms in alphabetical order.
Crossword puzzle In this activity, students complete a crossword puzzle.