Trevor & Steven with Coolio

Trevor and Steven built their container from:
1) Plastic cup 2) masking tape 3) bubble wrap
4) Foam rubber

We first put the styrofoam in the cup, them the
bubble wrap and then taped it up!

Dimensions: 7" Height, 2.3" Width, 3.2" Depth
First Day: Egg did not survive the third trial.

We put more foam around our container for the
second day. We did great! Our "Coolio" egg
survived.

Sarah & Ally with Critters 3 Sarah and Ally built "Critters 3" from:
1) Orange sherbet box 2) Bubble wrap 3) paper
towels 4) plastic snack bag

We put the bubble wrap in the bottom of the box
with the egg wrapped in paper towels. We put
more bubble wrap on top. We closed the lid and
taped it shut.

Dimensions: 3" Height, 4" Width, 4" Depth
First Day: Egg did not survive the last fall.

We changed our design for the second
day. We put several paper towels in the
bottom of the container. We wrapped the
egg tightly in more paper towels and put
more paper towels on top of the egg.
We taped the lid closed.

We were successful the second day. "Critters 3"
survived the 13' fall from our second floor
window!

Kassie & Emily with Skittles

Kassie and Emily built "Skittles" from:
1) Paint 2) Tape 3) Styrofoam cut in small cubes
4) Cotton balls 5) Zip lock bag 6) Box

We put the styrofoam in the box. Put a little in
the bottom of the box. Put cotton balls in the bag,
then get another bag and put the egg in that.
Close the bag and put it in that bag. Then, put it
all in another bag and close it. Tape it shut and
DROP! (Also tape the bottom shut)

Dimensions: 6" Height, 5" Width, 3" Depth
"Skittles" did survive the first day!

Ryan & Kevin with Scambled Eggs Ryan and Kevin built "Scrambled Eggs" from:
1) Rubbermaid container 2) Masking tape
3) Sponges 4) Cotton balls 5) Bubble wrap
6) Glue

We put the sponges on top and bottom of the
container and also the four corners. The bubble
paper we glued onto the cotton balls. The sponges
surrounds the bag and egg that goes inside the
snack bag.

Dimensions: 6" Height, 5.4" Width, 5.5" Depth
"Scrambled Eggs" survived both days and all
six falls!

Brandi & Adam with Egghead Brandi and Adam built "Egghead" from:
1) Quilt padding 2) Bubble wrap 3) Styrofoam
peanuts 4) A box 5) Plastic sandwich bag

We had a box with quilt padding, bubble wrap, and
packing peanuts inside. We put the egg in a
sandwich bag and put the box into another box.

Dimensions: 6" Height, 3" Width, 3" Depth
"Egghead" did not survive the 13' fall. We needed
more insulation.

We added more insulation to protect the egg.
Now our container is 6" x 5" x 4".

We were successful the second day. "Egghead"
survived all three falls the second day. Our
container is great!

John & Eric with Eggo John and Eric built "Eggo" from:
1) Plastic container 2) Tape 3) Tissues 4) Glue
5) Cotton balls 6) Springs 7) Bubble wrap

We built our container by attaching springs on
the bottom of the container. We put the other
things inside to protect the egg.

Dimensions: 3" Height, 4" Width, 3" Depth
"Eggo" survived all three falls the first day.

We added more springs to all sides.

"Eggo" did not survive the 13' fall from the
window. It bounced too high upon impact with
the asphalt.

Greg & Richie with Egg Divers Greg and Richie built "Egg Divers" from:
1) Large plastic cup 2) Tape 3) Cotton balls
4) Three sponges 5) Zip lock bag

We built our container by putting the sponges
in the cup, put the egg in the bag which is full
of cotton balls.

Dimensions: 6" Height, 5" Width, 2" Depth
"Egg Divers" survived all six falls.

Brenda & Jamie with Leo Brower Brenda and Jamie built "Leo Brower" with:
1) Foam board 2) Duct tape 3) Expanding foam
4) Saran wrap

We used foam board. We put duct tape into a cube
like shape. We left the bottom the lid off and put
expanding foam in the bottom, wrapped the egg
in Saran Wrap and put more expanding foam on
top. Put the foam lid on with a hole in the lid.

Dimensions: 6" Height, 6" Width, 6" Depth
"Leo Brower" survived all six falls. We love
the Great Egg Drop!

Staci & Brittany with Egg Crazy Brittany and Staci built "Egg Crazy" with:
1) Paper towels 2) Yarn 3) Paint 4) Box
5) 8 Elastic bands

We built our container with a box filled with
yarn pom pom balls, along with paper towels.
The outside was painted with a smiley face and
the elastic bands went around the sides of the box.

Dimensions: 5" Height, 2" Width, 2" Depth
"Egg Crazy" did not survive the second fall the
first day. It landed on it's side. We added more
bands to the outside. It still did not survive the
13' fall the second day.

Egg Drop containers show great creativity and inventiveness.


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