This is my first year homeschooling my kids. We hatched our first batch of eggs from a incubator we made, to test if it worked. We had a 90% hatch 9 of 10 eggs yeah! My question now we are gathering more recycled wood to build another coop, plus have more eggs in the bator. My 2 children are designing the coop and with help will build it mostly by themselves, they also track the temps of the eggs, turn them 4 times a day ex. I was wondering I was giving them science credit for part of this, then a friend said they should get math credit also for designing coop, measuring and cutting board ect., so heres the question. Is she right, and are there other subjects I should be giving them some credit/grade for doing this, and do they get daily credit or just like a science project grade. I just am trying to keep good record incase the state wants to see what they did this year (they are using switched on schoolhouse so we do have a regular curr.). Thanks in advance.