Eggcellent Work in Science
An Eggcellent display of carefully blown eggs has been created in the Science department this week.
All children in Yrs 3-8 were challenged to find an egg worthy of display by virtue of its size, pattern, shape or colour and they did not disappoint. One of the Ostrich eggs is over 80 years old and was generously offered for display by a very trusting family!
There has been a variety of ingenious packaging as step two of the challenge involved getting the egg safely to school. Thankfully, the vast majority of eggs arrived safe and sound and have provided a fantastic example of diversity in the natural world.
There are three imposter eggs hiding in the display I wonder which eagle eyed individuals can hunt them out?