Watching our duck eggs - we were very excited to receive our eggs. We have put them in the incubator to keep them warm. We are watching closely to see when the baby ducklings peck the egg and hatch. We acted out the life cycle together.
We have got 5 lovely ducklings. We held them and watched them have a bath in the water. We talked about their feathers, beak and their webbed feet for swimming. We wrote some wonderful sentences all about them.
Looking after our ducklings - the ducklings have really grown and love to splash in the water. We made posters all about what we need to look after them. The children said water, food, a heater, a cage and hay. Fantastic!
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