Hatching A “Hands-On” Interest In Science

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RAHWAY — The kindergarten students at Franklin School in Rahway recently participated in a chick hatching project. The classes received fertilized eggs from Quiver Farms in Pennsylvania. The students had to tend to the incubated eggs and then care for the chicks after they hatched. This very “hands-on” project is part of the Rahway school district science curriculum that combines science with literacy, math and social studies.

Pictured are students from Madeline Kropoth’s kindergarten class, Destiny Ledgister, Matthew O’Halloran, and Samantha Weakland, holding the baby chicks.

Dayanara Flores, Ty-Juan Sanders and IsaBella Ginart care for the young chicks. (Photos courtesy of Franklin School)

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