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Egg Fun Facts


Howard Helmer is known as the Omelet King for beating the omelet-making world record by making 427 two-egg omelets in 30 minutes.
Chickens came to the New World with Columbus on his second trip in 1493.
Occasionally, a hen will produce double-yolked eggs throughout her egg-laying career. It is rare, but not unusual for a young hen to produce an egg with no yolk at all.
To tell if an egg is raw or hard-cooked, spin it! If the egg spins easily, it is hard-cooked, if it wobbles, it is raw.
The entire month of May has been declared "National Egg Month". This is the time of the year to celebrate the many benefits of the egg.


Egg Jokes For Kids


• Hey kids, ever wonder what happens when you tell an egg a joke?
     - It cracks up!

• Why did the turkey cross the road?
     - To prove he wasn't chicken!

• Where is the best place to learn about eggs?
     - In the hen-cyclopedia

• Why can’t you tease egg whites?
     - They can’t take a yolk

• Two eggs were in a frying pan.
      1st egg: hello there!
      2nd egg: ahhhhh! a talking egg!


Arts And Crafts With Eggs And Cartons


Eggs come in a unique and versatile package perfect for a variety of arts and crafts, making finding inspiration for summer activities as easy as looking in your refrigerator. These egg carton planters are a perfect activity to teach children about gardening and re-using.


What you’ll need:

1. Scissors 7. Six Eggs
2. Knife 8. Bowl
3. Markers 9. Mini Spoon
4. Soil 11. Water
5. Seeds (grass, wildflowers, vegetables, etc.) 12. Sunshine
6. NestFresh Egg Carton  




Instructions:

Cut the carton in half and cut the lid off of the carton.
Encourage children to color and decorate the carton however they would like or with an emphasis on nature, plants, recycling, and gardening as this will be the planter that starts their mini-garden.
Punch a hole in the egg shells and, using a knife, remove the top third of the egg shells and drain their contents into a container.
Push pin into the bottom of each egg cup to create a drain at the bottom.
Fill each cup with soil using a small spoon and place in the carton. Sprinkle a few seeds into each cup and cover with a 1/4 inch soil.




If you have a paper carton but no egg shells, place the soil directly into the compartments and grow your seedlings the same way.


Do you have any egg facts, egg jokes, or egg related arts and crafts ideas? Submit them using our contact form, and we might post them on our website.


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