Egg-citing Easter science resources

Egg-citing Easter science resources

Resources and egg-speriments for all your Easter lessons

No more egg puns, I promise! Instead, we've got links to the best Easter science resources on the web. Have a look at these...

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Lemon painted Easter eggs

A creative Easter idea from the Kitchen Pantry Scientist. Use kitchen ingredients to dye hard-boiled eggs. For extra science bonus points, use red cabbage as a pH indicator and mix with mildly acidic or alkaline household substances to make a whole range of colours with which to dye your eggs.

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Eggs and chocolate on Planet Science

For egg-based science fun, look no further than Planet Science! We have lots of experiments using eggs. How about making an egg bounce or sucking a hard-boiled egg into a milk bottle? You could also try experimenting with the melting point of chocolate. Or try my favourite chocolate experiment - measuring the speed of light using chocolate and a microwave!

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Easter egg-speriments

I know I said no more egg puns, but that's the title! Snapshot Science shows you how to make a naked egg and suggests a range of experiments for pupils aged 8-14.

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Easter science from Steve Spangler

Lots of experiments involving eggs, sweets and chocolate. Sounds delicious!

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Easter resources on the National STEM Centre

The National STEM Centre has sent in their favourite Easter resources. Try these:

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Easter resources on TES

Alessio Bernadelli, the TES Science Subject lead has selected his favourite Easter science resources on TES. Have a look at these:

 

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