Easter Egg Science Experiments for Children

Easter Egg Science Experiments for Children

Séverine Baron
Mar 22, 2013

Easter is coming, and it's time to have fun with eggs. To make it fun for parents too, it's come to our attention that science experiments are a nice option for talking about eggs in a different way. 

There are tons of different ways to experiment with eggs — here are a few pretty basic ones that are appropriate for most age groups. 
  1. Egg Geodes Science Experiment at Tinkerlab.
  2. The Transparent Egg Experiment at Growing a Jeweled Rose (as well as a Bouncy Egg Experiment in the same post).
  3. Sucking an Egg into a Bottle from The Naked Scientists.
  4. Bleeding Tissue Easter Eggs on The Chocolate Muffin Tree.
  5. A Boiling Egg Experiment over at A Mom With A Lesson Plan.
  6. Ice Eggs Experiments from Bath Activities For Kids.
  7. Volcano Easter Egg Experiment at Housing a Forest.
  8. The Incredible Growing Green Egg at Little Wonders' Days.

(Images: as linked above )

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