The egg drop is a highlight of the week for the ten year olds. The egg drop was connected to our science energy unit. The egg drop goes like this; teams of two or three had to make an egg-carrying machine that would gently float down to the ground floor. We dropped our machines from the 5th floor of the atrium. The egg drop was very exciting to watch because you never knew if an egg was cracked, smashed, or perfectly intact. We watched as one egg flew out of its machine then smashing into the ground, spewing yolk everywhere. One machine even had a propeller that helped it float gently down to the ground. Mr. Raabe’s class had one completely smashed egg and a cracked egg. Mr. Ryan’s class had one cracked egg, Mrs. Varvel’s class had 100% perfectly intact eggs and Mrs. Fox’s class had one cracked egg.