ChickQuest: A Classroom Journey through the Life Cycle of Chickens, is a curriculum that challenges students to use science, engineering, and technology to investigate the life cycle of an embryonic chicken egg. Whether monitoring living eggs or observing fluffy chicks, students participate in a number of lively activities designed to pique curiosity, encourage collaboration and communication, and provide young scientists with unforgettable experiences. Curriculum is designed for grades 3-4, but available for all grades.
This fall we invite educators, afterschool personnel, and others who work with youth to participate in the Fall 2016 ChickQuest workshop. Hosted by OSU Extension, Franklin County Education Projects and Partnerships through a grant from the Ohio Soybean Council, the workshop is free and available to first-time ChickQuest participants only*. Attendees will receive a free incubator, teacher guide, student workbooks, and voucher to obtain the chicken eggs.
To register for the Fall 2016 ChickQuest workshop, click here.
For more information about the general ChickQuest program, click here.
*Note: While the free workshop is open to first-time ChickQuest program participants only, if you have participated in a previous ChickQuest workshop and are planning to use the curriculum again this year, please contact email@example.com if you have any questions. We also have a limited number of incubators available for rental, if needed.