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The Incubator Brooder Egg Candler Classroom Packs with the Egg Story Chick Incubation and Embryology Kit

The Egg Story Lesson PlanChick incubation and embryology kit complete with lesson plan for hatching chicken or duck eggs in the classroom or for a science project.

Further useful resources have been included at the end of the manual to consolidate the embryology and hatching project but also enhance programs in nutrition and mathematics for instance.

Particularly suited to elementary and middle school science projects, the lesson plans are flexible and can easily be tailored to your students needs. For more information on this software, please scroll down.

The Mini Advance Classroom Pack

Mini Advance Incubator and Brooder Pack

From Egg to BirdThe Mini Advance Classroom Pack comes in a sturdy reusable storage box and consists of:
  • Mini Advance incubator with fully automatic egg turning and autostop feature
    • Egg capacity: 7 hen eggs or 12 smaller eggs (not included) with optional small egg disk
    • Preset temperature.
    • Easy to use menu driven controls
    • Digital temperature and count down to hatch day
  • The Egg Story*’ Lesson Plan Manual on
    CD-ROM
  • Cordless OvaScope egg scope to watch the live embryo develop inside the egg
  • EcoGlow chick brooder
  • Plastic chick enclosure
  • Feeder
  • Drinker
  • Full operating and troubleshooting instructions

Plus FREE...

  • Brinsea Incubation
    Disinfectant Concentrate
  • List of fertile eggs suppliers - Need Eggs? Suppliers of Hatching Eggs in the United States and United Kingdom
  • 2 year guarantee

The Octagon 20 Advance Classroom Pack

Octagon Incubator and Brooder Pack

The Octagon 20 Advance Classroom Pack comes in a sturdy reusable storage box and consists of:

  • Octagon 20 Advance digital incubator with fully automatic egg turning
    • Egg capacity: 24 hen eggs (not included) but suitable for eggs of all sizes from quail up to goose eggs without any additional accessories
    • Preset temperature.
    • Easy to use menu driven controls.
    • Digital temperature and humidity display
  • ‘The Egg Story’ Lesson Plan Manual on
    CD-ROM
  • Cordless OvaScope egg scope to watch the live embryo develop inside the egg
  • Brooder module
  • Plastic chick enclosure
  • Feed Trough
  • Drinker
  • Full operating and troubleshooting instructions

Plus FREE...

  • Brinsea Incubation Disinfectant Concentrate
  • List of fertile eggs suppliers - Need Eggs? Suppliers of Hatching Eggs in the United States and United Kingdom
  • 2 year guarantee

"The Egg Story" Lesson Plan manual and CD-ROM. "A 50-page color manual has been designed to simplify the educator's task. Crammed with fun hands-on activities and color photographs of developing embryos it is great for creating students interest and a comprehensive source of information for the teacher.

The perfect companion of a hands-on experience of incubation "The Egg Story" manual shows how an egg is formed, what its different parts and functions are and how a chick embryo develops and hatches. It also gives an insight into particular biological topics such as blood circulation, respiration and how bones are different in birds.

Students will develop observation and record keeping skills, make and use measurements. They will acquire biological vocabulary and an understanding of physical development, structure and function of the body. Further useful resources have been included at the end of the manual to consolidate the embryology project but also enhance programs in nutrition and mathematics for instance.

Particularly suited to middle school science projects, the lesson plans are flexible and can easily be tailored to younger students needs.

These popular models are available over our Secure Online Store - or order over the phone: 1-888-354-4666 x1


Mini Eco and Mini Advance Incubators

Mini Incubator and OvaScope win 2011 Learning Magazine Teacher’s Choice Award for the Classroom ...

Watch your eggs hatch, every time ...

Unlike most of the inexpensive incubators on the market that are made for one-time use, this incubator comes with a two-year warranty and is made from quality material that will take you through multiple hatches.

An amazing incubator for a low price ... More information about the Brinsea Mini Incubators and / or to Buy

Mini Incubators

Octagon 20 EcoOctagon 20 ECO - The Reliable yet Affordable Incubator

  • The Octagon 20 Eco egg incubator is a simple but high quality egg incubator using the same tough and insulted cabinet as the Octagon 20 Advance coupled to a simple well proven electronic temperature control to give reliable hatching results of a wide range of species with minimum fuss.
  • Egg Capacity: Quail - 60; Pheasant - 40; Hen - 24; Duck - 20; Goose - 9/12
  • An AMAZING incubator for a price that can't be beat for an amazing low price!!

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Useful Links:

Properly Storing Eggs
Candling eggs -- shows you the development of the chick INSIDE the egg
Repairing Eggs
Improving hatch rate by properly handling eggs

Caring for Exotic Bird / Parrot chicks - covers all aspects of raising parrot / exotic bird chicks, including any problems you may come across and how to resolve them.

Need Eggs? Suppliers of Hatching Eggs in the United States and United Kingdom ... Make sure your eggs are delivered when your incubator is set up and ready for use. Eggs only remain viable for a limited time (> 2 weeks) and under proper conditions. To ensure maximum hatch rates, incubation should commence immediately upon the receipt of the eggs)

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