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breaks, it can make a mess. Make sure the plastic protective garments cover any part of your clothes that should be protected from raw egg white and yolk. Step 3 : Go to the field and line up according to your instructor’s directions. The throwers and catchers should be facing each other and should start about three meters apart from each other. Throwers should also be about two meters from each other. If possible, line up so that the sun is not shing in the eyes of the throwers or the catchers. Step 4: When the instructor gives the signal, the thrower throws the egg to the catcher. If the catcher catches the egg and the egg remains intact, the group may proceed to the next toss. If the egg is not properly caught but remains intact, the group must repeat the toss. If the egg breaks, step on the remains and grind them into ground. If a trundle wheel or long tape measure is available, use it to determine the distance between the thrower and catcher when the egg broke. The thrower (or someone else in the group) must retrieve the egg from the catcher. The catchers should move back three meters, and the throwers should return to their original throwing line. Step 5 : Repeat step 4 until the last group breaks their egg.
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Results: (Data table ) *good means I catched the egg
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