Egg Science success! Who knew eggs could be so much fun!

April 10, 2015

Special thank you to Stockton Collegiate High School Chemistry Teacher Mr. Brandon Piasecki, for showcasing how fun science can be with eggs! The eggs-travagant workshop included egg dying, walking on eggs and a neat egg vacuum experiment. But the highlight of the day was the egg drop. Participants used tape, paper towel rolls, plastic bags and other recyclable materials to construct a protective vessel to carry their egg. Once the egg was secure, the participants were able to drop their egg from a structure within the Museum to see if their egg would survive. The day was filled with lots of smiles, laughs and cracked eggs!





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