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Bouncy Egg Science with Free Egg in Vinegar Experiment Worksheet

Kids are going to love this crazy cool bouncy egg experimert! Children will be amazed by this egg experiment where they will literally dissolve the shell of a raw egg to create a bouncy egg. This bouncy egg vinegar project is fun for preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, first grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, and 4th grade students. Plus our version of this egg in vinegar experiment has a fun, colorful twist!

Kids are going to love this crazy cool bouncy egg experimert! Children will be amazed by this egg experiment where they will literally dissolve the shell of a raw egg to create a bouncy egg. This bouncy egg vinegar project is fun for preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, first grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, and 4th grade students. Plus our version of this egg in vinegar experiment has a fun, colorful twist!

Bouncy Egg Experiment

Have you tried the¬†egg in vinegar experiment? This super easy¬†bouncy egg activity is not only simple to try, but super interesting for kids to explore and investigate. Plus we’ve added a fun, colorful twist to this¬†egg experiment, sometimes called the¬†naked egg, which makes this¬†easter activity for kids¬†extra engaging and fun for preschoolers, kindergartners, grade 1, grade 2, grade 3, and grade 4 students! Don’t miss this¬†bouncy egg experiment as it makes outrageously FUN and memorable spring activities for preschoolers.

Bouncy Egg Experiment

Egg in vinegar experiment worksheet

For as cool as this spring science experiment is to try, you’d think it was hard…. it’s actually SUPER EASY! Plus this¬†egg science experiment¬†uses common supplies you have in your kitchen already!

Materials:

  • 7 raw eggs (no hard boiling!)
  • food coloring (to add a colorful twist to this classic science experiment)
  • vinegar
  • small containers to hold vinegar, food coloring, and one egg (the ones for egg dying work really well)

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Bouncy egg experiment worksheet

Start by pouring 1 cup of white vinegar into a glass or jar. Add food coloring and mix. Now, carefully put a raw egg into a the colored vinegar.

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Bouncing egg experiment worksheet

Make sure the egg is completely covered with a little extra at te top as eggs swell during this experiment. Repeat with as many¬† colors of¬†naked eggs as you’d like to make.

HINT: You may want to leave one without food colorig so kids can see what an egg looks like without the shell!

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Leave the eggs in the mixture for 3 days. The eggs will become transluscent.

Bouncy Egg Science Experiment

Egg in vinegar experiment

Carefully remove the egg from the glass and rinse each under some tap water. While rinsing the egg, gently rub the outside of the egg and the white film will come off leaving you with a translucent egg.  Show children how the shell is missing and all you are left with is the egg, but why does it not fall apart? Have them make some observations and hypothesis.

Kids are going to love this crazy cool bouncy egg experimert! Children will be amazed by this egg experiment where they will literally dissolve the shell of a raw egg to create a bouncy egg. This bouncy egg vinegar project is fun for preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, first grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, and 4th grade students. Plus our version of this egg in vinegar experiment has a fun, colorful twist!

Egg and vinegar experiment

So if the egg no longer has a shell but is not flat like a cracked egg…. what will happen when you drop the egg? Over a plate or other container, lift the egg 1-2 inches in the air, let go, and watch it bounce.

Kids are going to love this crazy cool bouncy egg experimert! Children will be amazed by this egg experiment where they will literally dissolve the shell of a raw egg to create a bouncy egg. This bouncy egg vinegar project is fun for preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, first grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, and 4th grade students. Plus our version of this egg in vinegar experiment has a fun, colorful twist!

Bouncing egg experiment

After kids have had a chance to investigate how the egg bounces ask them what they think will happen if you life the egg higher off the surface and drop it. Will it still bounce? Now lift the egg a little higher in the air and let it go…SPLAT!

Bouncy Egg Experiment Explanation

Bouncy Egg Experiment Explanation

So why does a raw egg bounce after it’s shell has been removed with¬†vinegar? An egg shell is made of calcium carbonate. If you soak an¬†egg¬†in¬†vinegar,¬† the eggshell will absorb the vinedar (an acid) through it’s pourous shell and it will begin to break down and dissolve the shell.

The calcium carbonate becomes carbon dioxide gas, which will go into the air. The egg is held together by a soft tissue that lined the inside of the eggshell. (Interestingly, when an egg comes out of a hen, the shell is the last part to be added, but it still holds together as an egg because of the soft tissue.) The cool part, shen dropped carefully from a minimal distance the naked egg  will bounce!

naked egg experimtnt

Egg Vinegar Experiment

You can explain to kids that the soft tissue membrane is selectively permeable. This means that it lets some molecules move through it and blocks out other molecules. Water moves through the membrane easily, but protein cannot. Thi phenomena can been in the experiment because the egg white is colored – the food coloring permiated the membrane to color the egg white!

floating egg experiment egg in a bottle  Spring Activity for Toddlers Have you heard of the egg drop challenge? My daughter has been begging to do it for months. I don’t know why we didn’t do it sooner. Well, I do. I thought it was going to make a giant mess that I would end up cleaning up but I was totally wrong. It was basically no mess at all. I will even say this Egg Drop Challenge was so much fun! Try this egg drop project with preschool, pre k, kindergarten, first grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, and 4th grade students for a fun, hands-on science project for kids.

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Your kids love mazes, but they've never seen something as incredibly COOL as this  maze potato! This potato maze will blow kids away as they watch potatoes grow, learn about plants and their need to head towards the light. This plant activity for kids is perfect for spring or summer learning. All you need to try stem activities are a few items you probabaly have around the house to try this plant experiments for kids from preschool, kindergarten, pre-k, first grade, 2nd grade, and 3rd graders too! Make teaching kids about weather fun and EASY with this free weather unit. These Weather Worksheets help kids explore a variety of weather topics as well as some weather themed worksheet for early math and literacy too. Use these free weather printables as preschool, 1st grade, 2nd, grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade and kindergarten weather worksheets. Simply print pdf file with weather worksheets for kids and you are ready to learn! Kids are going to love this crazy cool bouncy egg experimert! Children will be amazed by this egg experiment where they will literally dissolve the shell of a raw egg to create a bouncy egg. This bouncy egg vinegar project is fun for preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, first grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, and 4th grade students. Plus our version of this egg in vinegar experiment has a fun, colorful twist! Have you ever tried making a Rainbow in a Jar project? If you haven't tried this classic density experiment, I'm going to show you how easy it is to make with a few common household items! This rainbow science experiment is so pretty and will amaze your preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, first grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade, and 6th grade students. Try this rainbow experiment as part of a weather theme, St Patricks Day activity, a rainbow theme or a spring activity for kids. 

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There are so many fun ways to play and teach kids about chemical reactions using a baking soda and vinegar reaction. Here are some of our favorite baking soda and vinegar activities.

 

Colorful bouncy egg experiment! Kids with litearlly dissolve the shell of a raw egg in this egg in vinegar experiment to create a bouncy egg.

Egg and vinegar experiment worksheet

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