Happy Monday! Did you know that every month has a birth flower or flowers with special meanings? The birth flower for May is the Lily of the Valley. It represents humility, sweetness, and a return to happiness. I think that's lovely, don't you?
The chicken embryo inside the egg continues to develop and grow on Days 12, 13, and 14 of incubation. It now has fully formed eyelids and a body covered with feathers. It is also sensitive to sound! The embryo has completed two of the three weeks it will be inside the egg.
I am happy to start another week of learning with you, friends! Remember: Be kind whenever possible. It is always possible.
Question of the Day What is/are your birth month flower/s? Check the chart above. Comment below! If you click here, you can read about the meaning of the flowers.
Learn about Antarctica by reading the Scholastic News article "Towers of Ice."
- Answer the questions about matter on the back of the article.
- Complete the Ice Tower Graph paper and/or the Make an Article paper.
- SEND ONE PAGE TO MS KAIM
Other Activities for the Day
- Tell someone a joke!
- Read, label, and color to complete a Chicken Life Cycle Diagram. Add this to your Research Log!
- Watch Ms. Kaim's read-aloud video of An Egg is Quiet.