First I want to thank everyone who contributed to my daughters 2nd grade class and to a first grade classroom for hatching eggs! You all are very awsome! I am due to candle my daughters 2nd grade eggs next week on day 14, and today(day 12) I candled the other 1st grade eggs. The first grade class had a total of 31 eggs in the incubator and we only had 4 bad ones. There are now 27 eggs left! Some I put question marks on but the rest look great!!!! This is the teachers 2nd hatch, but what was interesting is the first hatch was when I had no idea about hatching eggs! LOL! And we did everything wrong last year on my very first hatch!! We opened the bator up a zillion times, tried to candle sideways(could not see anything but a blob!), did not know about humidity so we put 2 cupfulls of water in the bator the first 18 days and then 3 the last 3! Then on day 21(what I thought was day 21) nothing hatched and that was on a Friday. So I ended up taking the eggs home and the very next day on Sat they hatched. Out of 30 eggs we had 10 hatch. It is amazing that anything survived!!! LOL So next week there will be another candling on my daughters 2nd grade class and I will keep you guys updated on that. The 2nd graders are also hatching quail(buttons and cornix.....Thank you mothergoose!) Anyway just wanted to share this awsome experience with everyone and also to let everyone know I have learned so much though you all. What a wonderful site and so incredibly helpfull!