Essex nursery school youngsters meet their own Easter chicks

PUBLISHED: 15:59 28 March 2010 | UPDATED: 22:11 31 May 2010

Friends’ Junior School Nursery youngster Charlie with one of the chicks Picture: SUBMITTED

Friends’ Junior School Nursery youngster Charlie with one of the chicks Picture: SUBMITTED

CHILDREN at Friends Junior School Nursery were able to hold their very own Easter chicks. The nursery children have been waiting for such a chance for the past 21 days, as that is how long they viewed the eggs in the special incubator before they hatche

CHILDREN at Friends' Junior School Nursery were able to hold their very own Easter chicks.

The nursery children have been waiting for such a chance for the past 21 days, as that is how long they viewed the eggs in the special incubator before they hatched.

Nursery Co-ordinator, Tiffany Johnson said: "The children really enjoyed the anticipation of waiting for the chicks to arrive. They are delighted with our new additions to the class and have had a wonderful time helping care for them.


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