One of the Virginia Egg Council's first priorities is to help educators teach about the goodness of eggs. Whether it's a culinary classroom; a group of Girl Scouts, boy scouts, or 4-H members; a Home and Community group; an elementary, middle or high school teacher, or an extension agent, we're here to help you.


Two of the most popular programs the VA Egg Council sponsors are:

• Free Eggs for Classroom Use, where we pay for the eggs when teachers teach an egg lesson (not intended for craft projects, but for learning how to cook eggs). Teachers or group leaders fill in a reimbursement form and send it, along with a copy of a store receipt and lesson plan. Reimbursement form.

Equipment Loan Program, where we loan out electric omelet pans that make teaching omelet making nearly fool proof. Disclaimer form for Virginia Cooperative Extension. Disclaimer form for all other groups/organizations.


Educational Pieces
The following can be downloaded and copied for your students or ordered from VEC:
· Eggs. Color Them Delicious and Nutritious! 4-pg. coloring/activity sheet (3–8)
· Egg Readers for students up to 5th grade – 6 pages
· Be An Eggspert placemat
· Wake up to Eggs poster
· Whisk up Some Egg Facts for Your Patients information card
· From the Inside Out poster
· Elementary School Activities Book; individual pages may be downloaded
Video
· Eggs 101 CD - order from VEC
· Cooking School
· Egg Safety
Booklets
· Eggcyclopedia
Brochures
The following can be downloaded and copied for your students:
· Back to Basics. Egg Cooking 101 – how to
  cook eggs 5 ways

· Timeless Egg Classics – sauces and items
  previously made with raw eggs

· Be Fit Not Fat, and Do it With Eggs – tips
  on weight loss and how to keep it off

· Eggs: Facts & Fiction – many of your egg
  questions answered here

· Cholesterol: What Does the Science Say?
· 40 Years of Dietary Cholesterol Research
· Questions and Answers Regarding
  Protein and Athletes