I kept seeing pins on Pinterest about bouncing eggs and naked eggs and eventually, curiosity got the best of me and I had to see what this bouncing naked egg business was all about. It was the perfect excuse for me to play and for us to mark it down as a science experiment. The truth is, I like learning in homeschool just as much as the kids ;)
Should you want to make your own bouncing naked egg (that's should be fun for Google searches. ha!), you can find the instructions at Imagination Station
We decided to go a bit farther and see what would happen if we let our egg sit another 24 hours but this time in blue water. Osmosis!
You guessed it! A blue egg!
Our naked egg hung around a good five days before it started to lose it's bounce. It never did get stinky or bust but it did harden until we were left with this sad little sack.
That's what I call an "egg-ceptional" experiment.