Big Budah: Hatchling watch used as STEM curriculum at Davis County elementary school

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CLEARFIELD, Utah -- Teachers are implementing STEM education in a fun engaging way with students at Hill Field Elementary School.

The students started by watching a live-cam of an eagle and its eaglets hatching.

One student, Cameron enjoyed watching the eaglets hatch. He said his favorite part was when he saw their little beaks pop out of the egg.

"It was just adorable because eggs are adorable and chicks are adorable," Cameron said.

The children then had the opportunity to watch chicks hatch in their classroom.

Big Budah was at the school Monday to see students play with the few chicks that had already hatched.

Click here to visit the Hill Field Elementary School's website.


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