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January 19, 2014
Kitchen Experiments Using Eggs

It's been said that spinning an egg is one way to tell whether it's cooked or raw. Cooked eggs spin faster than raw eggs! Make a few hard-boiled eggs with your kids, and compare them to some raw eggs to test this theory and determine whether it's accurate. Another activity is to place a raw egg in a glass of water. Does it sink or float? Then, try dropping the same egg in a glass of salt water. Is there any difference? Have your child record her observations in her own science journal.


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