At 10:20 Mrs Johnson saw an egg wobbling. Watch right to the end of the video and see if you can spot the egg at the front wobbling a little bit.
One wobbling egg!
Watch right to the end to see the egg wobble! The chick is getting ready to hatch soon!
At 2:20 Amelia in Ash class spotted an egg where the chick has started to hatch out. It has made the first small hole.
Can you see the crack?
At 4:30 Mrs Johnson spotted another egg had a little crack in it. Can you see it too?
Mrs Johnson also saw another egg wobbling and very gently shaking. Watch the videos very carefully to see if you can spot the movement too. Maybe by tomorrow morning a chick or two will have hatched overnight?
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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