About a week ago, many families were coloring eggs to prepare for Easter Egg Hunts. This can be a fun and interactive process for children. I knew my son would love coloring eggs this year and we did just that. However, we decided to do something different. We incorporated a magical science trick while coloring our eggs.
It is called the Colorful Egg Drop Science Experiment for Kids. My son saw this experiment in a book and could not wait to try it. He immediately searched our home for the materials to execute this amazing scientific trick.
I was a little skeptical at first because I didn’t think it would work. However, to my surprise, it was successful on the first try! My son wanted to do the experiment repeatedly after it worked the first time.
I love this experiment because it required materials I had at home, it was quick and easy to set up, it taught my son about Newton’s Law of Motion and gravity, and it colored our eggs for Easter in a fun way!
Below my son will teach you how to do this fun experiment.
Let’s Get Started!
- Two toilet paper rolls
- Three cups of water
- Food Coloring (we used three different colors)
- One saucer size paper plate
- One regular size paper plate
- Three white eggs
Watch the video below to see my son doing the Colorful Egg Drop Experiment. This video comes from his YouTube channel, Corban’s Fun Learning Adventures. Please like and subscribe!
Have fun with this activity!
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4 thoughts on “Colorful Egg Drop Science Experiment for Kids”
This looks super fun! I’m gonna try it with my kids 🙂
Oh good! I hope they have fun!
Cool activity! I’ll remember this for when my child gets a little older!
OH good! I hope they have fun with it! How old is your child?