Abby Dondis's egg made it to the ground in one piece.
Kindergarten students looked to the sky on Tuesday – not for birds, planes, or superheroes, but for falling eggs! The annual Kindergarten Egg Drop at Lakehill Preparatory School is a crowd favorite. Students create contraptions to hold eggs and then hold their breaths in anticipation as the precious cargo is launched from the roof. The containers holding the eggs are usually as varied as the children themselves. Students looked for creative ways to soften the landing for their eggs, such as attaching them to parachutes, putting them inside jars of peanut butter, or enclosing them in marshmallows or Cheerios. Once all of the eggs hit the ground, children peeked inside the containers to see how their eggs fared. No matter what the final result, there was plenty of egg-citement.