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Amazing Egg Experiments

Eggs that won't break, eggs that fold, and naked eggs… It's hands-on egg science!

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Eggs may seem like an ordinary part of your world, but we have some science projects and experiments that will show you just how extraordinary they really are. Discovering the physical and chemical properties of eggs is fun and exciting with demonstrations like the Impossible Egg Crush, the Incredible Egg Geode, and the infamous Naked Egg.

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If you want these experiments (and much more) with gorgeous full-color photos, full explanations, and great ways to take it further, you need Steve Spangler's original books.

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Whether you purchase "Naked Eggs and Flying Potatoes," "Fire Bubbles and Exploding Toothpaste," or the two-book set, you'll experience hands-on science in exciting and often unexpected ways!

Impossible Egg Crush (Steps & Explanation)

 

The Egg in the Bottle Trick (Steps & Explanation)

 

Naked Egg Experiment (Steps & Explanation)

 

Incredible Egg Geode (Steps & Explanation)

 

How to Make a Folding Egg (Steps & Explanation)

 

Walking on Eggs (Steps & Explanation)

Customer Reviews

Egg Floating Review by Raiza
54321

This was our science fair project, and when we tried it... WOW! The egg really did float....

(Posted on February 6, 2010)

Best Ever Review by Jacob
54321

I loved it!

(Posted on October 7, 2009)

Table Salt Review by Catherine Trombly
54321

My class loved this experiment! Just as a heads up though, we used table salt and it took 5 tablespoons of salt per two cups of water to make the raw egg float.

(Posted on October 28, 2009)

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