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Chicken Unit Study - Homeschool Theme Unit With 83 Pages Of Learning For Preschool Through High School Seniors

 

This homeschool theme unit is the only chicken husbandry learning activities and lesson pack you will ever need for your children. It will grow with them from preschool through senior year. The Chicken Husbandry Unit Study consists of 83-pages of educational text, learning activities, and printables for art, reading, math, and science extension activities. 

You can take the classroom outside and use your barnyard as a learning lab and/or learn about chickens before you start to raise them via the text and copious amount of companion extension activities, reading list, and educational videos. 

Purchase the Chicken Husbandry Unit Study In The Homestead Homeschool section of the Dodrill Ranch ETSY shop.

The Homestead Homeschool curriculum is designed specifically to offer hands-on learning lessons that teach self-reliance and homesteading skills to children of all ages. You can fully engage children using the base educational "textbook" and a series of age recommended activities year after year by choosing the learning activities and extension activities which best suit their growing ability levels.

What's Inside The Chicken Unit Study

1.Introduction to Chicken Keeping Basics

2. Chicken Feed

3. Boredom Busters

4. Chicken Coop and Run

5. Chicken Health and Illnesses

6. Boredom Busters

7. Chicken Predators

8. How To Sex Chickens

9. Best Egg Laying Breeds

10. Quietest Chicken Breeds

11. Heritage Chicken Breeds

12. Best Rooster Breeds

13. Best Meat Chicken Breeds

14. Chicken Butchering and Meat Preservation

15. Life Cycle of a Chicken


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