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What you need: One boiled egg; White vinegar; Large bowl. How to: Place the boiled egg in the bowl. Completely cover the boiled egg with vinegar. After three  ...


Feb 18, 2015 ... Bouncy Egg Experiment: Did you know that you could make an egg bounce? Try the Bouncy Egg science experiment and see how it works!

Feb 13, 2014 ... Did you ever try to bounce an egg? This simple science experiment will turn a regular egg into a bouncy ball. The bouncy egg. Kitchen science ...


Mar 14, 2012 ... Got an egg? Got vinegar? Turn a raw or boiled egg into a bouncy ball! The vinegar dissolves the eggshell, leaving you with the fibrous ...


In this experiment, we are going to turn a regular raw egg into a bouncy egg. The result will be an egg that feel rubbery (like a bouncy ball) and does bounce.


Join Liz Bonnin as she removes the shell from a raw egg- and then makes it bounce!


How to Make a Bouncy Egg. Looking for an easy science project using a few ... Wait for the egg to dry, or dry it off with a paper towel, and then bounce it on the ...


Jan 29, 2013 ... Eggs with no shells have to be one of the things my children find most intriguing. We made one for my 4 year old to show her nursery class last ...