A Chick Named Dip ‘N’ Dot
Meet Tatum and her baby chick Dip ‘N’ Dot. In this video, Tatum shows the chick’s body parts and explains how she takes care of them. Resource: Are you a child or family care program with preschool-age children? Check out the Look Who's
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[00:00:26.250]Hi, my name is Tatum and this is my chicken Dip 'N' Dot
[00:00:32.150]I've been raising chickens for almost
[00:00:35.500]my whole entire life.
[00:00:37.892]And this guy is two weeks old.
[00:00:43.760]I take care of him
[00:00:44.980]to make sure he's healthy
[00:00:46.730]by giving him clean water and food
[00:00:49.800]every day and night.
[00:00:53.070]Now let's move on to the chickens body parts.
[00:00:56.060]This is obviously the chicken's head.
[00:00:59.500]This is Like its mouth, except it's a beak.
[00:01:02.730]Chickens don't have teeth.
[00:01:03.960]Instead, they have this sharp point
[00:01:07.080]that pecks their food instead.
[00:01:08.910]Right above it is its nostrils.
[00:01:12.800]And then we have the eyes,
[00:01:14.580]which look hazel brown.
[00:01:18.910]And then this is the chickens neck.
[00:01:22.720]These are the chickens wings.
[00:01:25.490]They're not fully grown yet,
[00:01:27.390]but that's because he's just two weeks old.
[00:01:31.150]This is his cute little tail,
[00:01:33.510]which will grow bigger.
[00:01:35.550]And then, surprisingly, these chickens only
[00:01:38.510]have four toes, unlike us.
[00:01:42.000]And here's the four toes one, two, three
[00:01:46.350]and then this one's weird, four.
[00:01:54.290]And that's how I take care of my chicken
[00:01:55.960]and knowing, its body parts.
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