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Green Eggs™ Bulk Pack (12 pk)

Sku: 001718

Introducing the Green Eggs Bulk Pack - the perfect rocket kit for school science projects and STEM classes. This rocket kit is specifically created for C11 and D engines and is designed to carry a regular-sized raw egg as a payload. Furthermore, it provides a safe and stable flight with a recovery suited for small school size flying fields.

Here are some of the features of Green Eggs:

  • Perfect rocket kit for school science projects and STEM classes.
  • Specifically designed for C11 and D engines for safe and stable flight.
  • Can carry a regular-sized raw egg as a payload. Thus, making it perfect for eggloft experiments.
  • The clear payload section is large enough to carry two eggs with a D12-3 engine.
  • Swept fins allow the rocket to stand by itself, making it easy to set up and launch.
  • The main body tube and clear payload section of the rocket are the same diameter. Thus, allowing for easy installation of a standard launch lug without the need for an awkward stand-off.
  • All these features add up to less time building and more time for your students to perform experiments with their “eggstronauts”.

With the Green Eggs Bulk Pack, you can provide your students with an exciting and educational experience while teaching them about rocket science and engineering.

Order your rocket kit today and launch your very own “eggstronauts” into the sky!

In The Classroom

Egg lofting can make for an exceptionally challenging and engaging rocket launch, and the Green Eggs from Estes make that challenge accessible to builders of all skill levels. This challenge can be as simple as the attempt, but can include an exploration of recovery systems and descent rates.

Challenge your students to find the optimal recovery system to bring down the eggs as quickly as possible while keeping them intact upon touchdown. Eggs are commonplace in The American Rocketry Challenge (TARC), and the Green Eggs rocket is a perfect introduction into egg lofting to guide students to more ambitious rocketry goals. In model rocketry, an egg can help to simulate the need to appropriately slow the descent of astronauts en route back to earth. They represent just how fragile humans are when dealing with rocketry and velocity on a cosmic scale.

What You Need to Build (Not Included)

  • Scissors
  • Pencil
  • Ruler
  • Fine Sandpaper
  • Carpenter's Glue
  • Hobby Knife
  • Primer and Paint

What You Need to Launch (Not Included)

Engine Chart


Projected Altitude

Without Payload
B4-2 86 ft
B6-4 92 ft
C5-3 325 ft
C6-3 286 ft
C11-5 300 ft
D12-7 713 ft
With the PockLab Payload
C5-3 274 ft
C11-3 259 ft
D12-5 655 ft
For Use With a 2 Egg Payload (Approx 4 oz payload)
D12-3 367 ft

Live, Online Training and 1:1 Support

Estes Education has been a leader in STEM education for over 60 years. We know that STEM is a vital interdisciplinary topic that requires hands-on and inclusive learning. Explore these supporting materials to take learning to new heights!

Should you have need, you can meet with a member of Education team for FREE, 1:1 online support to learn rocketry basics, how to apply our curriculum, and discover unique teaching strategies. Our team is eager to answer your questions!

Technical Specifications

  • Recommended Engines

w/ egg : C11-3, D12-3
w/out egg : C11-5, D12-5
  • Launch System

Lifetime Launch System
  • Projected Max Altitude

w/ egg : 825 ft. (251 m)
w/out egg : 1050 ft. (320 m)
  • Recovery System

18 in. (45.7 cm) Parachute
  • Length

23.6 in. (59.9 cm)
  • Diameter

1.8 in. (46 mm)
  • Weight

3.50 oz. (99.2 g)
  • Fin Material

Laser Cut Balsa Wood

Technical Specifications

Estes model rocketry is recommended for ages 10+, with adult supervision for those under 12.

Learn About Model Rocket Safety!

Not sure how to safely launch a rocket with your group? Head over to our dedicated Safety instructions page for videos, support, and more!