пятница, 1 июля 2016 г.

Silver Egg Experiment

Silver Egg Experiment
Silver Egg Experiment

How to Make A Silver Egg - Science Experiments for Kids

I’m excited to be teaming up with my good friend Nathan from Minnesota Cold for a fun series all about eggs. We are sharing “egg-citing” experiments and unique ways to color eggs. No traditional egg dye here!


We were amazed with our Golden Egg, and can’t wait to share how to make a silver egg.


Materials needed:


  • Raw Egg
  • Candle
  • Lighter
  • Container full of water ~ We used a mason jar.
  • Tongs ~ Optional, but we found them helpful

How to Make A Silver Egg - Science Experiments for Kids

Using a candle, hold an egg near the flame to cover it with soot. Be careful not to burn your fingers. You will want your egg to be completely black and covered with soot.


How to Make A Silver Egg - Science Experiments for Kids
Use tongs to help hold the egg so the soot does not rub off on your fingers.

How to Make A Silver Egg - Science Experiments for Kids

Once the egg has a nice black sooty coating, gently immerse it into your jar of water. Ready to be amazed. The egg will turn immediately silver, and look like mercury glass!!!


How to Make A Silver Egg - Science Experiments for Kids
The black egg has turned into a silver egg when observed though water.

How to Make A Silver Egg - Science Experiments for Kids

Silver eggs are pretty sweet, but who want silver when you can have gold? Did you know you can actually make a golden egg?!? We don’t own a magical goose, but we will show you how to amaze your friends with this simple golden egg experiment.


How to Make A Silver Egg - Science Experiments for Kids


Egg Experiments featured in the video:


Golden Egg Experiment


What Happens to an Egg in the Microwave


Raw or Hard Boiled?


How to Peel an Egg the Easy Way


These experiments were done in collaboration with Nathan from Minnesota Cold. A few of my favorite experiments that embrace the cold include blowing frozen bubbles, sledding on a frozen towel and jumping on a frozen trampoline.


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