Spring Break or Easter Behavior Management | Hatch a Chick | Easter STEM
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- Save 20% on this is bundled product with a fun Hatch a Chick behavior tool and have students learn about the life cycle of chickens! Is student behavior a struggle right before Easter? This behavior management tool is sure to get your students invested in staying on task and in their seats. EachPrice $7.20Original Price $9.00Save $1.80
Is student behavior a struggle right before Spring Break or Easter? This behavior management tool is sure to get your students invested in staying on task and in their seats. Each student will be in charge of taking care of an "egg" that they color and is taped to their seat. Students will record how well they took care of their egg while you have a countdown to "hatch day".
On the last day of school before Spring Break or Easter, you will have a Plastic Egg, Peep, and Tag for each student on their chairs. Students can then name and tell about their chick. Finally, have a STEM challenge where students build a home/nest for their chick!
Poem- Use the poem to introduce the activity to your students.
Eggs to Color- There are 4 different patterns and 2 different sizes. The teacher will tape them to student chairs so students have to sit on them to take care of them.
Countdown- Display the countdown poster so students can see how many days are left until "hatch day". The countdown has numbers 1-30.
Self-Evaluation Book- One-page foldable book. Each day students will record how they did with their own behavior and taking care of their egg. The booklet is for a week. Simply reprint if needed for more than one week.
Hatch Day- Tag that says "I'm Finally Here" "Happy Easter". or "Happy Spring". Put the tag, egg, and peep on student chairs.
Chick Activity- One-page worksheet where students get to name their chick, draw a picture, tell their hobbies/games they like, their other chick friends, etc.
STEM Challenge- Stem challenge workbook that explains the challenge and students have to plan, build, and record. Students will build a home/nest for their new chick.
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