Feeding your flock has you running around like a chicken with its head cut off.This one ate an apple. That one gobbled turkey. Who didn’t touch her oatmeal?Help maintain a balanced menu of fruits, veggies, and protein using Chickin Feed’s revamped nutrition tracking boards.Brought to you by an Atlanta-based mama hen, the metal boards are based on the food pyramid and hang on the fridge. Growing chicks move magnets as they fulfill their daily dietary requirements. A section for play encourages time in the yard, so nestlings learn about eating right and getting a little exercise.Another brilliantly hatched idea to help you rule the roost.Available at Seed Factory, 1170 Howell Mill Road (404-355-2043); online at chickinfeed.com.BAKEValentine Cake Decorating Class What: Brittany Mackey of Daffodil Bakery helps cheflets create heart-shaped cakes to take home to their loved ones.Why: A spoonful of sugar helps the measuring and math go down.When: Sat., 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m.Where: Young Chefs Academy, 2903 N. Druid Hills Rd. NE, Druid Hills. Reservations at 404-633-2633.HEARSecret Agent 23 SkidooWhat: Live concert from chart-topping hip-hop group for kids.Why: Skidoo is true among Junior’s crew.When: Sat., 2-4 p.m.Where: Parker Smith Portraits, 1167 Zonolite Pl., ste. b, Virginia Highland (404-309-1892).SEEUncle Grampa’s Hoo-Dilly Storytime What: The zany show returns with new stories that let kids choose the characters.Why: It’s a novel approach.When: Thru Mar. 28. Sat., 11:30 a.m. Where: Dad’s Garage Theatre Company, 280 Elizabeth St., ste. c101, entrance on Lake Ave., Inman Park (404-523-3141 ext. 201). Tickets online at sabo.seatadvisor.com.