Flexible Egg Experiment ~ Egg in a Bottle
Your kids are going to love with this classic science experiment. It has a serious “wow” factor. Fitting a hard-boiled egg through a suspiciously small opening is impossible. However, with the help of a few matches…amazing things can happen.
I’m excited to be teaming up with my good friend Nathan from Minnesota Cold for a fun series all about eggs. We are sharing “egg-citing” experiments and unique ways to color eggs. No traditional egg dye here!
- Peeled Hard Boiled Egg
- Glass Bottle ~ It needs to have a neck a little smaller than an egg
- Paper Strip
Set the egg on top of the bottle, just to show that the egg won’t go into the bottle.
Light a piece of paper and let it burn for a sec then drop it in your bottle. Immediately set the egg on top of the bottle.
Watch carefully as your egg starts to get sucked in to the bottle as the flame goes out.
Egg Experiments featured in the video:
For more amazing experiments, especially ones that embrace the cold, check out Minnesota Cold on YouTube. A few of my favorites include blowing frozen bubbles, sledding on a frozen towel and jumping on a frozen trampoline.