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What's in the eggs??

3 and 4 now hatched! 3 eggs left so hoping they hatch tomorrow in school! 


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Number 2 arrived at 5.54am on Thursday 7th May!!

1st chick hatched at 8:55pm on Wednesday 6th May!!

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We have found some eggs in class 1's garden. They were in a basket in the garden with a sign saying 'please look after me'. We discussed what we think was in the eggs. There was lots of suggestions such as dragons, chicks, snakes and crocodiles! We then had to think how we could look after them.  The children suggested they needed to keep warm and safe. We thought a blanket would help but we said what f they grow bigger? We also thought we the children could sit on them like chickens do but we had a problem, what would happen at playtime and dinner times? Mrs Bradley had found a special machine that keeps them warm. We will keep an eye on then to make sure they safe and being looked after. We will keep you updated! 

Some egg-citing news!

This morning we have discovered that our eggs definitely have something growing inside them! When shining a light, we saw that there are veins inside the eggs. We are still unsure of what is growing in the eggs but there is something there!