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Dennis Veasley

95 thoughts on “1st place Egg Drop project ideas- using SCIENCE”

  1. Tried using parachute, but using HALO-ish style (the parachute opens at low altitude by folding it in a certain way), because the competition also favors accuracy. 🍌/10 works well

  2. I would just put the egg in a bag and tie a rope to the handles and slowly lower it down because you’re not necessarily touching it

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  4. i build a mini air balloon. Here's how I did it:

    things u need: latex glove, string, cup, balloon, match, long candle wick, glue gun, tape and egg

    1. hot glue the candle wick to the bottom of your cup
    2. connect your cup to the ends of the latex glove with string and tape.
    3. hot glue a balloon with the egg inside on the bottom of the cup
    4. light up the wick and win the contest

  5. I put mine a pillows because there were no rules except for putting the egg in something you think won't break the egg then dropping it my idea worked

  6. Idea: Lysol container with uncooked rice at the bottom with cotton balls around it and on top of the egg

    extra: small made pillows for extra protection

    Used that idea and my egg didn’t break!

  7. like 12 people tried the straw design at our school and they all got disqualified for passing the 4 inches tall, wide, and long limit.

  8. Mine was cardboard, tape, straws, and plastic wrap and the smallest won I took a small box stuffed it with plastic wrap like it could barely move the added a parachute make of straws and plastic wrap I got third to the stick man and some who just did a parachute and a straw box

  9. When I had my physics egg drop project, I emptied my backpack, Cut a hole in a pillow, Stuffed the egg in the pillow and put the pillow in my backpack. Then I threw it off the ledge just like that and it worked.

  10. Oh, but shouldn't the point of the competition be for the egg to touch the ground? Cause in my high school the rule was that if the egg doesn't touch the ground you lose, so my idea was to build a device which would act as a cushion first, and then roll the egg off after landing
    Another interesting one was placing an egg on top of a cake (mostly made of pudding and cream), but it rellies on luck a bit too much, because you have to be very precise with the thickness (or density) of the cake

  11. you're going to need to revisit this when plastic straws go away and we're back to paper ones (which i remember using as a kid…) – they'll just crunch up easier.

  12. Another simple egg drop is to buy a squash and hollow out the inside and put the egg in it and just duck tape the squash back together

  13. Better idea:
    Fry the egg and throw it down a bridge. Technically, you didn’t break the egg in the fall, but at your kitchen.

  14. I has idea ;3
    So you can use suspension, by getting a box, then tape (or any method) a string VERY tightly across the box inside, then tape the egg onto the string, (make sure to use good tape) cover the box, then. You can drop it ;3333

  15. Your egg idea is so good because you give me a ideas about. The egg challenge even the more i get better the more I get good grades and THANK YOU sooo much even have a good day BYE!!!😊😊😊

  16. Do you think that the up method would work with only the protective cover instead of all of it along with the floating balloons?

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