This fun Chicken Life Cycle Printable Pack is the perfect Spring activity for kids to have fun while learning about farm animals, food, and eggs.
Teaching your kids all about chickens? Or maybe you’re raising chickens for eggs and want your kids to know more about them? Grab the free printables to make teaching easy. The best part? You don’t need anything except paper and pencil! Just download, print, and enjoy!
Helping your kids learn about chickens can be a great part of your homeschool or preschool curriculum. (Bonus points if your family participates in 4-H!)
We just got 5 new chicks and can’t wait until they get big enough to start laying eggs. Fresh eggs are so yummy!
Why Teach Kids About Chickens?
I firmly believe in teaching kids not only about animals but also about where their food comes from. Since eggs are one of the most popular proteins and poultry is one of the most popular types of meat that humans eat, it makes sense that we take the time to teach our kids about chickens, how they reproduce, and how they help humans get the nutrients our bodies need to survive…Thank you chickens!
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Chicken Life Cycle Activity Pack: FREE Worksheets
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How to Use this Chicken Life Cycle Printable Pack
In this 5-page printable pack, you get 5 fun activity sheets kids can use to reinforce what they learn about the chicken’s life cycle. Not only will this printable pack help you teach your kids about how chickens grow, it will also give them the opportunity to practice skills like visual tracking, cutting, and handwriting.
Chicken Life Cycle — On this activity sheet, kids get to match the pictures with the 4 parts of the chicken’s life cycle (nest, egg, chick, and chicken).
Life Cycle Sequencing — On this activity sheet, kids are asked to number the pictures in the correct order, from 1 to 4.
Chicken Life Cycle Word Scramble — On this activity sheet, kids will unscramble four chicken-related words. Great for older children or to do together.
Chicken Life Cycle Word Search — On this activity sheet, kids are challenged to search for 8 chicken-related words.
What is the Picture? Life Cycle Writing — On this activity sheet, kids get the chance to practice their handwriting skills by correctly labeling each part of the chicken’s life cycle.
Optional: If your child is still learning to write, you can write the words on the paper first, and then have your child trace them.