As part of our farm animals unit study, we are reading. Reading lots and LOTS of books. Starting with books about the Baby Chick, there are enough books here to last a couple of weeks or to give you plenty of choices for the best fit(s) for your family.
From cute stories to scientific education, these Books About Baby Chicks for Kids are sure to help you as you and your children learn about farm animals. These are great for reading books for kids!
All of these books are perfect for helping the kids learn more about baby chicks. The kids will love reading these books!
1. For Chickies life was good. Life was perfect until . . . CRAAACK . . . the Chickies have a new brother! With engaging rhymes and endearing illustrations, Janee Trasler's books are perfect for babies and toddlers to enjoy.
2. This is the story of Hungry the chick. He lived in the hen run with Jenny, Sylvester, Dreamy, Cutie, Chirpy, Sweetie, and Cheeky. Hungry was an adventurous chick who always needed more food, so he decided to go foraging. This was not a good idea.
4. Domestic chickens are an essential part of the agriculture and food production in America. Gibbons takes a look at how chicken eggs are developed for human consumption and at how fertilized eggs develop into embryos and finally into fuzzy little baby chicks.
5. Now that Chick's baby brother is officially hatched (and no longer just a two-legged egg sprinting around the farm), Chick is discovering that the hassle of babysitting was just the tip of the iceberg -- the little guy just won't leave Chick alone!
6. Wash your wings, and take a seat. What will these tiny chickies eat?
With the help of Cow, Pig, and Sheep, soon the chickies learn to cheep, "Pass the carrots. Pass the peas. Pass those yummy broccolis!" With engaging rhymes, endearing illustrations, and a soft padded cover, this book is perfect for babies and toddlers to enjoy, especially those picky chickies.
8. Egg is a graphic novel for preschoolers about four eggs, one big surprise, and an unlikely friendship, by Caldecott Medalist and New York Times-bestselling author Kevin Henkes. Egg is not only a perfect Easter gift, but also a classic read-alone and read-aloud that will appeal all year long.
9. Cheep cheep cheep! What does it take to get little Chickies to sleep? Meet the Chickies in their very first padded board book! With engaging rhymes, endearing illustrations, and a soft padded cover, these books are perfect for babies and toddlers to enjoy.
11. The Chick Who Could Not Kick is a read aloud, baby nursery rhymes kids book that is written in easy-to-read rhyme style. This is the perfect picture book for children from preschool to little kids.
13. Disney’s new movie Chicken Little is retold in this Little Golden Book that is destined to become an instant classic! Young readers will delight in the story of a young chick who goes from being a little laughing stock to Mr. Big!
I hope you and your kids have fun learning about these baby chickens as part of your Farm Animals Unit Study!