Show young people why a helmet is “eggs-actly” what they need every time they ride a bicycle, skateboard, or any piece of riding equipment. This activity features two models of a person’s head: One is protected by a helmet and the other is not. Users place an egg, which simulates a brain, inside each head and drop them on the activity mat. Upon opening them up, pupils graphically see how much of a difference protective gear makes. Includes 60 game cards, mat, 100 plastic bags, and a detailed activity guide. Perfect for demonstration at a safety fair or as a fun classroom activity.