Thursday, April 1, 2010

Egg Drop

Today we had our Humpty Dumpty egg drop. Our egg protection creations were very impressive. Did your egg survive the drop from the second floor?


  1. Mrs. Levy and class,

    Looks like scrambled eggs to me!
    It looks like you had some fun as well.

    Your friend,
    Ms. Weiss

  2. Hi Mrs. Levy - How are you? Happy Easter tomorrow. How is Daisy doing? My spring break is starting to be the best spring break I ever had. Are you having a good spring break? Your student, Isabella.

  3. Ms. Weiss, about half of our eggs broke. But it was still fun!

    Isabella, my spring break is going well. Daisy has been very busy sleeping- like usual. Thanks for the comment. I hope you have a wonderful week!

    Mrs. Levy

  4. Dear Mrs. Levy,

    Your blog is egg-specially good! What made some of the drops successful? Were they wrapped in anything special?

    Have a great spring break and it was nice to meet you and your husband!

    Mrs. Pfau
    (Mrs. Yollis' proud mom)

  5. Dear Mrs. Pfau,

    Thanks for the egg-cellent comment. It was a great surprise to see you and Mrs. Yollis at the restaurant last night.

    The egg survivors were wrapped in a variety of material: bubble-wrap, marshmallows, foam, cotton, feathers and a toilet paper roll. It was a fun day. Next time, I think I'll bring in a hot plate and make scrambled eggs after the drop.

    Mrs. Levy

  6. Dear Mrs. Levy's class,

    You posted the blog post on the blog about the egg drop. I have an answer for it. My egg didn't brake! I am sorry for those of you who's eggs broke. I sow on the blog that Mrs. Levy posted pictures of the egg drop.
    Royce, Tabby, Tara,& Gregg

  7. Dear Mrs. Levy's class,

    This time I will answer Mrs. Pfau's comment. My egg material was made of things from this list: foam, cotton balls, a plastic bag, a cardboard box, a white piece of paper and pieces of a foam noodle.

    Your student,


  8. Dear Mrs. Levy's class,

    I think it is really cool that you have an egg drop from the top level of the school to the middle level of the school. It must take a long time to wrap the egg at your house. When I did the egg drop, my egg broke. Doing it was very fun.


    Brandon (Sydney's brother)

  9. Hi Mrs Levy's class,
    Our teacher showed us some pictures of your egg drop, as we asked the question "Why couldn't they put Humpty Dumpty" together again. We did some egg -periments and looked at other ways how to hold Humpty together and we liked the idea of the King's Men using bluetack! : ) We liked your egg houses, did someone use a toliet roll?
    From Room 4

    come and check out our photos