The white ones could be White Rocks, White Leghorns, or other common white breeds. The black ones with white heads are probably Barred Rocks. The reddish colored chick is a Red Sex-link. The striped chick in front is probably a Welsummer or Light Brown Leghorn.
Black birds with white spots on heads: Barred Rocks
White birds: White Rocks or White Leghorns
Reddish bird: Red Sex-Link
Little brown striped bird: Light Brown Leghorn or Welsummer, probably.
Brownish-black bird in the upper center with puffy cheeks: Easter Egger.
Thank you for the info. It should be fun to see how many Hens/Roosters we have. We have 3 15 month old Autralop hens, 4 2 month olds... 1 Top Knot rooster and 1 Top Knot hen, 1 Bantham rooster, and 1 Butter Cup hen, already. This chicken raising is fun. We are slowly introducing the "teenagers" to the older hens. So far so good.