The slogan calls them incredible and edible, but eggs are also wonderful for using in science experiments! While some of these projects are edible (like a Baked Alaska insulation project); most aren’t. Still, all these egg projects guarantee fun while you learn—perfect for Easter science experimenting and beyond!

egg race projectEgg Race Project

This egg race project teaches about physics concepts like force, friction, and gravity.

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girl making fizzy Easter eggsFizzing Easter Egg Dye

Make a fizzy Easter egg dye using baking soda, vinegar, and food coloring!

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sinking and floating eggsFoldable Egg and Floating Egg Science Projects

Make easy egg crystal geodes for an Easter science project or anytime!

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Eegg gedoesgg Crystal Geodes

Make easy egg crystal geodes for an Easter science project or anytime!

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naturally dyed eggsMake Your Own Natural Egg Dye

Make natural Easter egg dyes using edible ingredients.

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meringue acts as an insulatorBaked Alaska: Edible Science

Learn how insulators slow down heat transfer with this edible kitchen science experiment.

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green eggs and hamGreen Eggs & Ham

Make easy egg crystal geodes for an Easter science project or anytime!

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egg in a bottle Egg in a Bottle + Video

Learn about the relation of temperature and pressure as you watch an egg get sucked into a bottle.

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