Eggs This is the PowerPoint
One of my favourite investigations to engage students and teachers tinkering to connect, communicate and begin to critically think: Study an egg.
Start simply: Everyone gets an egg to observe.
Once all the physical observations are made, crack your egg onto a plate and observe, diagram, record. Post the diagram from the powerpoint and invite students to try to identify and label all the parts in their diagram.
Separate the yolk. (Suction it up with a bottle?, gently separate it by hand)
Egg yolks formed the basis for the original tempura used as paint.
What happens when you drop food colour on the yolk?
What happens if you salt it first?
Two Egg-cellent books to use with Eggs: