The Fifth Grade Language had a great time interviewing kindergarten students concerning their egg hatching project.  Here are their reports

 

The Hatching Eggs
by Caden J.

 

This year the kindergarten class hatched chicks. Jacob.b is a student in Mr.ks class Jacob B said a boy gave the class the eggs. There is no more hatching Jacob thought when he first saw the eggs. Jacob said the color of the eggs were gray. Jacob said the first thing you half to do is put them in the glass container. They put Xs and Os on the eggs to make them warm and cold. Jacob said the you had to watch the chicks every day. Jacob said you had to watch them 21 times a day. In the incubator Jacob watched them. Jacob said candling is when you got to see the egg. He said he could see the little black dot in the egg. Jacob said the black dot grew. Jacob said it took 21 days for the eggs to hatch.  

     
            Jacob said he felt great when the eggs grew. he said it helps the chicks see the food and water. The baby chicks eat food and water. Jacobs favorite part about the chicks was seeing  them.

 

           This was a very fun report. Jacob had a
lot of fun.

 

Peep! Peep!
by Matthew M.

 

This year the kindergarten class hatched chicks. Nolan is a student in Mr. Ks class who  got to help with the project.    

Nolan said that Sophies dad gave the eggs to the class. When Nolan first saw the eggs, he was excited because they would grow. Nolan said the eggs were white and brown. He said that the first thing the class had to do was put Xs and Os on the eggs, and put them in the incubator. He said they had to flip the eggs everyday. They had to do it two times a day. Nolan said that the incubator kept the eggs warm.  He  said that candling was to see the chick growing. Nolan said he saw dots in the eggs. He  said the baby chicks grew in the eggs by feeding on they yolks.

Nolan said that it took 21 days for the eggs to hatch. Nolan was excited when the eggs hatched. Nolan said that there were coins in the chicks water and food to see the food from  the reflection. He said that baby chicks eat rice and vitamins. What Nolan liked the most about hatching eggs in his classroom was when the chicks came out.

Nolan and his class had a great time hatching chicks.


 

Peeping Chicks!
by Ella Acton

 

    This year in Mr.Ks kindergarten class the students hatched chicks. Autumn is in Mr.Ks class.

Autumn said a boy gave their class the eggs. When she first saw them she thought that it was cool. She said,they were orange inside. The first thing they had to do to the eggs were put Xs and Os on them. They put Xs and Os on the eggs so they know what way to flip them. Autumn said they had to turn them every day. They had to turn them 2 times a day. She said the incubator is to have them stay warm so they can grow. Candling is to make sure the chicks were growing. When Autumn was candling she said she saw the chick moving around.

    Peep! Chirp! Peep! It took 21 days for the chicks to hatch. When Autumn first saw the chicks she was excited.  Autumn said there were coins in the chicks food and the water so they knew where it was so they wouldnt get really hungry. The baby chicks eat baby chick food. Autumns favorite part about hatching in their classroom was when one was on top of the water thing.

    Autumn had fun doing stuff with the chicks. Autumn also liked the chicks.

 

Eggs Eggs
Jared S.

 

This year in Mr. Ks kindergarten class the students hatched chicks. Jayla is a student in Mr. Ks class.
 

Jayla said Sophie and Matthew brought in the eggs. She thought the first time she saw them they were cool. She said the egg colors were brown and white. Jayla said The first thing we had to do with the baby chick eggs was turn them 2 times but they put Xs and Os on them. She said that the reason why they put Xs and Os  them is so they know which ones to turn and not to turn. They had to turn them 2 times a day. Candling is when you put a flashlight under the egg to see the the chicks. They saw dots. The baby chicks grow in the incubator.

       Cheep Cheep. The eggs hatch in 16 days. Jayla was happy when they hatched. There  are coins in the food and water so they know where to eat and drink. The baby chicks  eat mashed up grains. Jayla liked the most was that you got to see the chicks.

        Mr. Ks  class had fun. Jayla had fun too.

 

Here Come The Chicks

by Lucas M.
 

      This year in Mr. Ks class the students hatched chicks. Matthew E. is a student in Mr. Ks class.

 

       Matthew E. said Sophie gave the class the eggs. He also said that he was very happy when he saw the eggs. The color of the eggs were white and brown. Matthew E. said first we had to put the Xs and Os on the eggs. He said you had to put the Xs and Os on the eggs so you would know the side that you were heating. Then he said you had to turn them every day. Two times a day is what you had to turn them a day. The incubator heats up the eggs Matthew E. said. He said candling is a light that you put under the eggs and you can see the eggs. Then he said you can see a black eye. The baby chicks grow in the eggs from the incubator heating them up.

 

       Matthew E. said it takes 21 days for the eggs to hatch. He was super happy when the eggs hatched. The coins are in the chicks food and water so they can see the food and water is. The baby chicks eat wheats, corn, and rice. Matthew E. said the thing he liked the most about the chicks were that they are fuzzy.

 

Matthew had a blast. He hopes the other classes that have Mr. K have a blast too.

 

Feather Friends
by Taylor B.

 

    This year is one of the many years that Mr .Ks class hatched chicks. Ty was one of the lucky students that got to hatch them.

    Ty said that this year it started by getting the eggs from Sophie and Matthew Gardner. Ty thought they were cool when he first saw them. He said they were white and brown. The first thing Ty and his class did was write Xs and Os on them and flipped them. Ty said they put Xs and Os on them so they knew which side to flip and which side was warm. Something he did everyday was turn them over. Ty turned them once a day. He said that the incubator made the chicks (eggs) warm. Ty and his class did a thing called candling. Ty said that candling was when they put an egg on a candle and can see the chick grow and start to hatch. Ty said saw a little dot when they candled. He said the baby chick grew inside the egg by drinking the yolk.

    PEEP! PEEP! After 21 days the eggs hatched just like Ty predicted. Ty was so excited when they hatched. He got to put coins in their water and food. They did that so the chicks can see where the food and water is. Ty said, The baby chicks food is a mixture of corn and old vegetables. Tys favorite part was playing with them and touching them.

    Ty loved hatching chicks and did a great job in the interview. Soon Ty will be in 5th grade and will interview somebody of his own.

 

Peep! Chirp!
by Gabriel N

 

               The eggs have arrived at Mr.Ks class. Everyone is excited. Landen is one of the students in Mr.Ks class.

When Landen was asked who gave the class the eggs he said Mathew Gardner gave them the eggs. When Landen first saw the eggs he said, Are they breakfast or real chickens? Landen said that the color of the eggs were black and yellow. The first thing that they had to do with the eggs was put Xs and O's on the eggs so they knew which side was warm and what side needed flipped. They had to flip the eggs twice a day every day. Landen said that the incubator is the machine that keeps the eggs warm. He said that candling is when you put the egg over a light so you can see the chick in the egg. When they did the candling they could see the chick moving and growing. Landen said that the baby chicks grew in the egg by staying warm.

After a total of 21 days the eggs hatched, for most of them. Landen said when the eggs hatched he was really excited. There were coins in the eggs so that the chicks could see where the food and water was. The baby chicks ate little dots. He said that they were very cute. Landens favorite part about the eggs was when they flipped them.

             Mr.Ks next kindergarten class will like the eggs too. Landen liked watching the chicks in his classroom.

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The Brown Peepers
by Taylor Y.

 

This year in Mr. Ks Kindergarten class the students hatched chicks. Braydon is a  student  in Mr. Ks class.

 

    Braydon said  a boy  gave him the eggs. When Braydon first saw the eggs he was happy. The color of the eggs were brown. He said You have to put  Xs and Os to  turn them. The thing they had to do every day was to turn them 2 times a day. Candling is to check to see if the egg is growing. Braydon could see the baby chick  inside the egg. The baby chick  is growing in the egg because it ate the yolk.

 

 Braydon said it took the eggs 12 days to hatch. Braydon was very happy that the baby chicken hatched. Braydon said that the incubator is to put the baby chickens so they can hatch. The coins in the chicks water and food means so they can see the water. the baby chicks eat chicken food. Braydon thought is was cool.

   

Braydon was very excited to hatch baby chicks.


 

Eggs Now Chicks!!!
by Colleen M.

 

     The students in Mr.Ks kindergarten class have hatched chicks. Coda is a student  in Mr.Ks class.

     Coda said that Sophies dad or a man with glasses brought the eggs in. When Coda first saw the  eggs he thought the chicks are going to come out. Coda said some of the eggs were brownish and  some were whitish. The first thing you had to do to the eggs was turn them and put Xs and Os said Coda. The class put Xs and Os on the eggs to know which side was warm. The thing that the class had to do was flip the eggs upside down and over said Coda. Coda said They flip the eggs twice a day and one person got to do it more times than me and it wasnt fair, Coda said that a incubator heats them up. Candling is a flashlight and you saw the chicks said Coda. Coda saw dots and the eyes and the chick while they were candling Coda said. The baby chick eats the yolk to live.

    Time For The Chicks to Hatch. It takes 20 days for the chick to hatch. Coda felt happy that the chicks hatched. Coda said There was coins in the food and water so they could see the water and the food and it is shiny, The newborn  baby chicks eat chicken food. Coda thought that you got to flip the coin was the most fun part.
     It seemed like Mr.Ks class had a lot of fun hatching eggs. Hopefully they will get to interview kindergarteners when they are fifth graders.  

 

Flip The Chicks!
by Savannah
 

On 5/23/13 Mr.Ks kindergarten class got interviewed about the baby chicks that hatched in their class. Jacob J. was one of the fabulous kindergarteners who got interviewed.

The eggs arrived yay! Jacob said that Matthew G. gave the eggs to the class. The eggs were cool Jacob said. Jacob also said the color of the chicks were white and brown. According to Jacob the first thing they had to do to them was candel them, but really you had to put Xs and Os on the eggs. Jacob J. stated that there were Xs and Os on them because then you know when to turn them. One thing they do every day is turn them. Jacob says that you turn the eggs 10 times a day, but you only turn them 2-3 times a day. An incubator is something that keeps the eggs warm. Candling helps see the chicks grow and you can you can see their eyes and veins Jacob says. He also says when the chicks drink the yoke it helps them grow.

Crickle! Crack! Snap! The eggs hatched. It took seven days for the eggs to hatch said Jacob, but really it took 21 days. Jacob was happy the eggs hatched. He said that the chicks water and food had pennies in it because it attracts them to the food bowl. I was excited because I like eggs! stated Jacob.

Jacob seemed to have a great time. Hes lucky he gets to have the experience as well as every other kindergartener in Mr.Ks class.

 

Here Come The Chicks
by Justin Z.
 

          This year in Mr. Ks kindergarten class his students hatched chicks. Heather is a student in Mr. Ks class.

 

           Heather said, The eggs were cool! The eggs were white. They put Xs and Os on them to keep track of which side they are on. She turned them everyday. They turned them two times a day.  The incubator keeps the eggs warm, Heather said. Candling is when you put a candle under the eggs to see how much they grow. You can see a big ball or a small ball. The chicks grow by eating the yoke.

 

The eggs hatch after 21 days. Heather felt happy after the eggs hatched. They put coins in the chicks water and food. The chicks eat grain.  Heather loved turning them.

 

                 This interview was fun. Heather had a lot of fun.

The Chicks Are Here!
by Eleanor S.

    Mr. Ks kindergarten class always hatches eggs. This year Matthew Gardener is in that class.

 

    Matthew said his mom brought in some of the eggs. When he first saw them he was very excited. The eggs were white and brown! says Matthew with delight. He said they put Xs and Os on them to see which side was which when they flipped them. At first he couldn't remember how many times a day they flipped them, but when he did his answer was 2 or 3 times a day. He says the incubator keeps the eggs warm. Matthew said he could see a curled up chick inside the egg, and that it ate parts of the egg to grow.

 

    POP! Goes The... CHICK??? Matthew said it took 13 days for the eggs to hatch. It really takes 21 days. He was very happy when the chicks hatched. He said there are coins in the chicks food and water to help them find it. His favorite part was when the chicks hatched.

 

Matthew sure had fun! So did the rest of the class.

 

Scrambled or Over Easy?
by Dalron

 

    In Mr.Ks class this year like every other, they hatched chicks. Grace is one of many students in Mr.Ks class.

    The Wisniskis and Gardeners brought the eggs to the Kindergarten class. When Grace first saw the eggs she thought that the might hatch right then and there. She said that they were white, brown, and tan. The first thing they had to do with the eggs was write Xs and Os on them. They write Xs and Os on them so they what side to turn them on next. One of the things they had to do everyday was turn the eggs over. Grace couldnt remember how many times times to turn the eggs over. The incubator heated up the eggs and kept them warm. Candling is when you look inside the egg. Grace said that she saw yellow dots inside the egg. The baby chicks inside the egg because the ate the yolk.

    Crackle Crackle Pop! Hey there's a baby chick. It takes three weeks for the eggs to hatch. Grace felt very happy when the eggs hatched. The baby chicks eat chick food. Graces favorite part of hatching the eggs is when they hatched.

    This was a very fun report to write.Grace had a really good time!

 

The Chicks Are Coming
Aaron Powers

 

This year Mr. Ks kindergarten class hatched chicks. Jacob H. is a student in Mr. Ks class.

Jacob H. said that Matt Gardner gave the class the eggs. Jacob said it was the coolest thing when he first seen the eggs. He said the eggs were white and brown. The first thing we had to do with the eggs was turn them over, said Jacob. The class put Xs and Os on the eggs so they knew what side they needed to heat. The class had to turn them over twice a day. He said the incubator makes the eggs warm.  Candling is when you  put a light on the incubator Jacob said. He didnt see anything in the egg.

The eggs grew in 21 days. Jacob felt happy when the eggs hatched. coins are in the food so the chicks can find their food. The chicks eat ground. Its cool hatching eggs in the the classroom, said Jacob.
               It was awesome hatching eggs .        

 

Here Come The Chicks!

by Sydnee H.
 

    This year Mr.Ks kindergarten class got to hatch chicks and get interviewed about it. Haley is a student in Mr.Ks class this year that got interviewed.

Jeffy gave us the eggs, said Haley. When she first saw the eggs she was really excited. The eggs ranged from all different colors. According to Haley they were brown, red, yellow, orange, purple, black, and white. When they first got them Mr.K had them put Xs and Os on the eggs. They had to put Xs and Os on them so they could remember to turn them.They had to turn them eight times a day said Haley. Although it was only about two to three times a day. Haley said an incubator is a machine that you can turn the eggs in. It also keeps the eggs warm. Haley also said that candling is where you put a light under the egg to see the chick inside. When Haley tried candling she could see the baby chick moving inside. She also said that they eat the yoke so they can grow.

Peep! Peep! The chicks are here yay! After a wait of 21 days they are finally here. When the chicks first hatched Haley was really happy. Haley said the reason they put coins in the chicks food and water because they like the reflection and so they could see where their food was. The baby chicks eat really tiny crackers and baby chick food. Haleys favorite part of hatching the eggs was watching them grow.

Haley had so much fun learning about the chicks. Mr.K had yet another successful year hatching chicks.

 

In The Beginning
by Austin H.

 

                This year Mr.Ks class hatched eggs. Hunter is a student in Mr. Ks class this year.       

When we got the eggs we were wondering when they were going to hatch said Hunter. When they got the eggs they were brown and white. The first thing they did was put Xs and Os. They put the XS and Os so they know what side is warm and what side isnt. Hunter said that Sophie Wisniski gave them the eggs this year. The incubator is used to keep the eggs warm. Hunter said candling is when you put a candling is when you put a candle under the egg. You can see a little black dot in the egg. The chicks grow when they eat the yoke.

 

It takes 21 days for a egg to hatch. The baby chicks eat whole grain. When the baby chicks hatched they felt excited.  

 

Mr. Ks class had fun hatching chicks.   The end.

 

Eggs
by Cody

 

          Mr. K  has some eggs in his class. Coda is one of Mr. Ks students this year.

         Coda has Mr. k  as a teacher for kindergarten this year. Coda sad that Sophies dad brought in the eggs he had glass on. Coda sad that the eggs were brown, and white. The kindergartners put Xs and Os on them. They did that  to know what side was heated.  They all turned  the  eggs at one point.  They  turned them two times a day. They had the eggs in a incubator to worm them. They did something called candling to see in the egg to see if it is growing. Coda could see dots, eyes, and chickens. The baby chick grow in the egg because they ate the yoke in the egg. Coda said that the eggs hatch in about 20 days but actually  it took 21 days.

          Coda was excited when they hatched. They had cones in the water and food so they could see the stuff. The chicks ate chicken food Coda said. Coda said that he got to flip the egg and that was fun for him.

          Mr. Ks class of 2013 had fun hatching the eggs. Coda had a blast!

 

Peep! Peep! Peep!
by Jackson G.

 

    This year in Mr. Ks kindergarten class the students hatched chicks. Jack is a student in Mr. Ks class.

    Jack said that Sophia Wisniski and Matt G. gave the class the eggs. When asked what he thought when he first saw the eggs, he said, I am excited to be raising animals! The eggs were brown and white. Jack said the first thing they had to do with the eggs was put Xs and Os on them so you would know when to flip them every day. The class flipped the eggs twice a day. He said that the incubator heats up the eggs. Jack knows that candling is putting the egg in a bowl with a light under it to see how the chick is growing. They could see a ball inside the egg which was the chick. Jack said that the chick grew by drinking the yolk inside the egg.

After 21 days, the chicks hatched. Jack said When the chicks hatched, I was excited, but sad also because one died. He said the coins in the chicks water and food were so the chicks would see a reflection to find their food and water. The chicks ate corn grains and mashed-up rice. He said the best part of hatching chicks was putting them in the pods and feeling them.

Mr. Ks kindergarten class had a great time hatching chicks. Hopefully, future kindergarten classes can also enjoy it.

 

Wobbly Bobbly Eggs!
by Madeline


 

Every year Mr. Ks class hatches eggs in their classroom. Nora was one of the lucky kids to do it this year.

 

Matthew Gardner brought the eggs in this year. Nora thought the eggs were big and pretty. The eggs were brown and white. When they got the eggs they had to put Xs and Os on them. They did that to know what side was hot or cold. Mr. Ks class had to flip the eggs everyday. Only twice a day they flipped them. The incubator hots (heats) things up. Candling is when you look in an egg. They saw veins in the eggs. Nora said, we say chickens, to make them grow.

 

    Wobble! Wobble! It takes the eggs 21 days to hatch. Nora was very excited for the eggs to hatch! The coins in their food lead them to it. The chickens eat chicken food. Nora really liked the chick peeping in her classroom.

 

Nora liked being interviewed. This was a lot of fun to do!


 

Here Come The Baby Chicks!
by Griselda

 

This year in Mr.Ks kindergarten class the students hatched some chicks. Autumn is in Mr.Ks class.

 

Autumn said, A boy brought the eggs in for the class. She said it was cool when she first saw the eggs. Autumn saw the color of the egg from the inside and she said it was orange. Autumn and the class put Xs and Os on the eggs when they got them. She said we put Xs and Os on the eggs so you know what way to turn them. They had to turn them 2 times a day. For the incubator she said it make them warm so they can grow. She said the candling is for make sure the baby chick grow or not. Autumn could see what was in the egg she said it was moving around.

 

    It took 21 days to hatch the eggs, said Autumn. She was excited when the egg hatched. The put coins on the water and food so they know where the water and food are. For the food she said we give them baby chick food. The best thing about hatching eggs is when one was on top of the water thing said Autumn.

 

Autumn had fun this year hatching eggs. Autumn loved the baby chicks.

 


 

7 Days!
by Kylie

 

Peep! Peep! This year Mr. Ks class hatched eggs. Jacob J. was in Mr. Ks class when the eggs came.

    Jacob said Matthew G. gave Mr. Ks class the eggs. When Jacob first saw the eggs he thought they were cool. The eggs were white and brown when his class got them. Jacob said the first thing they had to do with eggs were candle them. Mr. Ks class put Xs and Os on the eggs so that way they know when to turn them. Jacob said something his class had to do every day with the eggs were turn them. Jacob also said, We have to turn them 10 times a day! The incubator keeps the eggs warm. Jacob said candling is when you see the chick growing. When Jacob looked in the egg he saw eyes vanes and yoke. Jacob said the baby chicks grow by eating the yoke in the eggs.

    Chirp! Chirp! Jacob said it takes 7 days for the chicks to hatch although it really takes 21 days. When the eggs hatched Jacob felt happy. He said there are coins in the chicks food so they are attracted to it. The baby chicks eat chick food and water said Jacob. Jacob felt excited when he had the chicks in his class because he loves chicks.

Jacob felt happy as well as his whole class about the chicks. If he ever has to hatch eggs again now he will know what to do!


 

Fun With The Chicks
by Emma N.

 

               Mr. Ks Kindergarten Class has baby chicks. Waaba is an amazing kid in Mr. Ks class.

Waaba said Matthew G. brought in the eggs. When she first saw the eggs she was wondering what they were. The eggs colors were white and brown. Waaba said the first things they did were put Xs and Os on them. They had to turn the eggs two times a day. According to Waaba an incubator heats stuff up. Waaba said that candling was when you put an egg in a tower holder and put a light up to it and you see orange dots.

Crack! Peep! Chirp! Look! Waaba said that the baby chicks grow because you heat them. Finally after 21 days the chicks hatcheed. Waaba felt happy when the baby chicks hatched. There is food in the babies food and water so they can see. Baby chicks eat crushed up food. The thing Waaba liked most was that there were chicks in the classroom and that they were cute.

There were a bunch of smiles in the classroom. Mr. Ks class should continue this in future years to come.  

 

Chicks Ahoy
by Ian W.

 

This year Mr. Ks kindergarten class hatched chicks. Jayla Fink is in kindergarten this year.


           Sophie and Matthew gave them the chicks. Jayla thought that the eggs were cool. The eggs were white and light brown. Jayla said What we had to do first was turn them two times a day.The Xs and Os tell when to turn them. You had to turn the eggs everyday. Jayla said that the incubator heats the eggs. Candling is when you put a flashlight on the egg and can see the shadow of the chick.

 

It took 16 days for the eggs to hatch. Jayla was happy when the eggs hatch. their was coins in the water so they can see water. The baby chicks ate smashed grain. Jaylas favorite part about the eggs was that you can see the baby chicks.

 

            Mr. Ks class had a lot of fun. Jayla had a great time hatching chicks.

   

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