Astronaut Eggs

Scientists spend a lot of time making an astronaut's journey safe.  For the pre-opening activity have the Cubs pack an egg so that it can survive a ten-foot drop onto a hard surface.

Put the egg inside the Ziploc bag, then pack it any way you want inside the box.  Tape the box well and write your name on it.  Drop the boxes from a balcony, or high place, the check to see whose egg survived.


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