If you love Easter science experiments and Easter STEM activities, then you won’t want to miss this list of egg science experiments using real eggs. You don’t have to wait for Easter to try these egg science projects, but they are a lot of fun during the spring!
No matter what age of children you are working with, you’ll find some fun egg science experiments using real eggs here!
Keep reading and find out what kids can learn just with a humble egg. These make fun science fair projects with eggs!
What are Egg Science Experiments?
An egg science experiment is an experiment that uses eggs. Pretty simple, right?
But there is more to egg science than just learning about the parts of the egg, or learning the chicken life cycle. Eggs can be tools to learn about all sorts of scientific concepts!
Use these egg experiment ideas to spark lessons on chemistry, gravity, physics, engineering, biology, density, light refraction, and a whole lot more!
There is no end to the science learning fun when you’re using an egg.
Add these egg science fair projects to your lessons during the spring, Easter, or whenever you want to try a quick science demonstration.
And best of all, most of these egg science experiments take just minutes to complete, so they can be done in just one or two class periods.
And these ideas can become the basis for science fair projects and egg experiments for the science fair!
What you need to complete science projects with eggs:
You’ll need a few supplies for egg science activities. Here is a list to get you started:
A Nest Full of Eggs (Let’s-Read-and-Find-Out Science 1)Egg Science and Technology, Fourth EditionWhere Do Chicks Come From? (Let’s-Read-and-Find-Out Science 1)How to Make a Bouncing Egg (Hands-On Science Fun)PB & Jane Dinosaur Egg Dig Bonus Kit- Complete with 13 Eggs, Stuffed Dino Toy Carrier and 12 Trading Cards, Archaeology Science STEM GiftThe Mason Jar Scientist: 30 Jarring STEAM-Based Projects4M 5557 Crystal Growing Science Experimental Kit – Easy DIY STEM Toys Lab Experiment Specimens, A Great Educational Gift for Kids & Teens, Boys & Girls
Fun Egg Science Fair Projects to Try
Try these fun egg science experiments for kids. There are experiments for preschoolers, elementary kids, science fair projects, and egg dyeing!
There are so many fun ways to learn with real eggs.
If you want more Easter fun, don’t miss our Peeps STEM activities and Peeps science experiments. These rainbow science experiments are also tons of fun!
Fun Egg Experiments for Preschoolers
These egg science experiments are perfect for preschoolers.
Make Fizzing Easter Eggs inside of egg shells!
Learn about gravity in this fun Egg Drop Gravity demonstration.
Learn about the strength of eggshells in this project! How Strong are Eggshells?
Science Experiments with an Egg
Elementary students will have a blast with these egg experiments!
Make Rainbow Naked Eggs! They are so colorful and fun!
You can learn about Osmosis for Kids with this egg experiment.
Transform eggs into crystals with this Egg Shell Crystals project.
Egg Science Fair Projects
Bring the egg fun to the science fair!
Why does your egg look silver? Find out in the Silver Egg Science Experiment .
Grow Eggshell Gardens and learn about plants!
Try the classic Egg Drop STEM Challenge and keep your eggs from breaking!
Do the Floating Egg Experiment and see if eggs will sink or float!
Egg Science Experiments for Kids
Don’t forget to explore science when dyeing Easter eggs!
Have you tried Exploding Naked Eggs? It’s a fun way to make eggs spectacular!
You can dye the inside of eggs when making Pickled Eggs.
Try Volcano Egg Dyeing and mix chemistry and reactions with your Easter fun!
Try this fun complete science project: What is the best egg dyeing method?
If you like these egg experiments for school, check out our list of
- Easter STEM activities
- Easter science activities for preschool
- easter science experiments for kindergarten
- Easter science activities for elementary
- Easter science projects for middle school
And you’ll also love these Peeps candy science experiments and Peeps STEAM activities.