EggSperiment: Brush Your… errr… Egg (Part 4 of 4) and the Free Printable EggSperiment Pack

This activity helps kids understand how very important it is to brush your teeth every day!

For this activity we chose coke, grape soda (we didn’t have any grape juice) and coffee. You can use any beverage that you think will stain your teeth.  The kids each selected two drinks and we let the eggs soak for several hours.

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As the kids “brushed” their eggs, they were amazed at how quickly and easily the “stain” came off.

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Did you miss the first posts in this series?

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Finally, it’s here!! The Free EggSperiment Pack!  

Click here to download the free Egg-speriment Pack with all the fun activities we shared the past several days!

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Do you an your kids like science experiments? You might enjoy these posts. You’ll find free Science Experiment Packs that you can download there as well.

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