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☰ An Egghaustive Wait

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An Egghaustive Wait

Posted on March 20 2015

Mr Booth visited Forest Park on Monday 9th February 2015 to help the children monitor the chicks’ progress. This process is called ‘candling’.  This is where an egg is placed inside a microscope and a light is shone underneath the egg.  If the egg has a chick inside, you are able to see an egg sack and a large black area which is the chick.  All the children in Reception and Year 1 had the opportunity to see a chick inside an egg.  At this early stage, we think we will have six chicks, but potentially there could be more.  

We hope you are all excited as we are for the new arrivals.

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