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Egg-cellent Egg-ventures This week’s edition by Ella Gilbert and Julia Nieberg

Epic Eggs is back! We could hardly wait.

So we’re here this week to give you an update.

Something is different this week, have you noticed it yet?

Keep on reading, that’ll be your best bet.

It is National Poetry Month so we’ll deliver this update as a poet

Don’t worry, hopefully Daniela and Alexandra won’t blow it.

Did you know, chickens can see daylight 45 minutes before humans can?

They get up really early, man, oh man!

There are new chicken handlers starting this week,

But don’t worry they’ll be really sleek.

The fifth graders will handle the chickens with care.

They’ll check the coop to see if there are any eggs hidden there.

On Wednesdays, handlers make sure to check the coop,

Clean it nice and tidy and make sure there’s no poop.

Even though the chickens are only laying one egg a day,

For a carton, you’ll still have to pay.

Now the chickens are sound asleep,

Make sure to not make a peep!

We forgot to tell you the joke of the day…

What did the evil chicken lay?

Deviled Eggs

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