Barranca Pre-K Students Learn About Life Cycle Of Chickens

Barranca Mesa Elementary School Pre K Teacher Abigail Lopez teaches her students all about the life cycle of chickens. Photo by Principal Gina Terrazas

Barranca pre-K Teacher Abigail Lopez creates this poster here with an egg incubator to help her students learn about the process of incubating chicken eggs. Photo by Principal Gina Terrazas

The first two chicks hatched April 27 with the possibility of 12 more hatching over the rest of the week in the pre-K classroom of Teacher Abigail Lopez at Barranca School. Photo by Principal Gina Terrazas

Proud pre-K Teacher Abigail Lopez poses with the first two chicks born April 27 in her classroom at Barranca where she is teaching her students about the life cycle of chickens. Photo by Principal Gina Terrazas

Barranca pre-K Teacher Abigail Lopez and Teacher West incorporate many activities throughout the 21 days of incubation of chicken eggs to help students learn all about the life cycle of chickens. Their pre-K students were able to observe changes from incubation to chicks hatching and talk about what they observed throughout the entire process. Photo by Principal Gina Terrazas

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