Are your children just starting their mid term break? Looking for some exciting activities to entertain them over the next two weeks? How about some Eggsellent Eggsperiments to keep everyone happy?
Here are five of our favourite experiments for Easter… or any other time of the year.
1. THE FLOATING EGG EXPERIMENT
Take this one step further….
We mentioned in the video that you can take this experiment a step further.
Float the egg in the salty water as before.
Add a few drops of food colouring to a jug of unsalted water.
Carefully pour this coloured water down the side of the glass so that it sits on top of the salty water.
The egg will sit between the two layers… can you see it in this picture?
2. BALANCING EGG EXPERIMENT
The junior science team were a little enthusiastic
with their salt levels in this video
but you can get this to work with A LOT less salt.
3. HOW CAN YOU TELL IF AN EGG IS RAW OR COOKED?
4. IMPRESS YOUR FRIENDS WITH THIS EGG IN A BOTTLE TRICK
5. MAKE A BOUNCY EGG
Not only did we make a bouncy egg, but we also made a fluorescent one…. check out these experiments here.
There will be plenty of great Easter blog posts by fellow Irish Parenting Bloggers over the next week or two…. here are a few already posted and if you check back I will keep this list updated as new posts are available.
You may also like…
Easter gift tag printables over at My Country Girl Ramblings
Check out these great dairy free treat ideas over at Dairy Free Kids
Easter Hama bead activity and Things I love (and hate) about school holidays over at Learner Mama
Easy Easter bonnets at Where wishes come from
Office Mum wonders “Is the Easter Bunny a thing?”
There is an Easter trip involving “Hot cross buns and Vikings in the Park” over at The Busy Mama
Tyler Lee’s Easter basket over at Dolly Dowsie
or check out what Bumbles of Rice has planned for Easter with this lovely Easter Ideas post
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Fantastic! great to have some fun ideas for the Easter break and children love stuff like this…. xx
Great, hope they enjoy 😉
I so love all your experiments Naomi-have loads bookmarked for when the girls get older!
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Thanks Aedin that is lovely to hear. I hope the girls do get to enjoy them as much as we do here 😉
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