Science-y Easter Eggs

Photo by Dane Tashima, courtesy of  Parents  magazine.

Photo by Dane Tashima, courtesy of Parents magazine.

Here is a peek at my Science-y Eggs story in this month’s Parents magazine. You’ll likely find everything you need in your kitchen cabinets to do these fun (and educational) egg decorating crafts!

Photo by Dane Tashima, courtesy of  Parents  magazine.

Photo by Dane Tashima, courtesy of Parents magazine.

Some basic egg-dyeing experiments! More details here.

Photo by Dane Tashima, courtesy of  Parents  magazine.

Photo by Dane Tashima, courtesy of Parents magazine.

Photo by Dane Tashima, courtesy of  Parents  magazine.

Photo by Dane Tashima, courtesy of Parents magazine.

Hidden messages that appear when dying the eggs!

2 Eggs Jodi Pic

This oil-based Sharpie paint pen is the secret to the crisp white lines on the secret message eggs…but you can also use a white crayon.

Photo by Dane Tashima, courtesy of  Parents  magazine.

Photo by Dane Tashima, courtesy of Parents magazine.

Natural dyes…from your pantry!

Messy Egg Pic

Natural dye experiments included spinach…which came out a little brownish and didn’t make the final cut!

Many Eggs Close-up

Volcano Eggs!

Many Eggs

More Volcano Eggs.
I hope you’ll try these fun experiments. Happy Easter!!