Sixth Grade Raw Egg Challenge

Sixth Graders participated in a fun engineering challenge in the Innovation Lab. They were tasked with moving a raw egg unbroken from one end of a table to the other. Aside from releasing the egg with their fingers, they were not allowed to use any human energy as the force to move the egg.

“The girls’ team worked furiously,” said iLab Manager Patrick Neary. “They were so fast and collaborative. It was pretty cool to witness.”

Watch the video of our Middle School girls hard at work:

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