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    • Life Cycle of a Chicken By ZeYuan and Si Yi of Pri 3.9
    • Life Cycle of a Chicken chick egg Adult
    • Stages in its Life Cycle The chicken’s life cycle begins as an egg. When the egg hatches, a chick would come out off it. After some time, the chick grows and will become a egg.
    • Hatching Eggs The egg will hatch if the eggs are fertilized and well incubated. If the hen did not mate with a cock and the ovum will not develop so the eggs laid by the hen would not hatch.
    • Inside a Chicken Egg     Germinal disc       Shell Chalaza Air cell Yolk Albumen or white
    • Inside a Chicken Egg
      • Mission #3
      Day 1 Day 6 Day 13 The journey of a chick life cycle begins as an egg. On this day, the beak and the wings develops. The ribs and the gizzard began to form. The feathers grows and the bones of the chick began to fuse.
    • From Egg to Chick
      • Mission #4
      Day 17 Day 21 The beak turns towards the air cell and it breaks through the egg. The egg hatches into a chick.
    • From Egg to Chick All the parts of the chick began to form. The beak of the chick move slowly towards the air cell. Then it breaks its way through the egg.
    • Hear from the EGGxperts...
      • What have you learnt? What was most interesting?
      • What was challenging for you and your partner?
      We learnt to cooperate. The most interesting parts was when we were typing about what happens in a egg. The challenging part was when we were out of time.
    • Websites Used
      • http://www.sites.ext.vt.edu/virtualfarm/poultry/poultry_eggparts.html
      • http://chickscope.itg.uiuc.edu/explore/embryology/
    • Thank you!