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Advanced Placement Chemistry Labs


These labs meet objectives of college entrance examination board for AP Chemistry.

 

Inquiry Based Investigations


 

Acids and Bases


**Any titration labs can be done with a Vernier Drop Counter as well as the traditional method.**

 

Atomic Structure and Periodic Properties


 

Bonding and Intermolecular Forces


 

Consumer/Food Chemistry


 

Environmental


 

Equilibrium


 

Electrochemistry


 

Gases


 

Forensics


 

Nuclear Chemistry


 

Organic


 

Middle School


 

General and Miscellaneous


 

AP Biology


 

General Biology


 

Ecology & Environmental Biology


 

Enzyme Labs


 

Human Physiology


 

Inquiry


 

Microbiology


 

Middle School


 

Molecular Biology


 

Earth Science


Weather

Rocks, Fossils and Soil   - rocks, soil, erosion, fossil classification  (LP/Delta) - Grades 2-3

Space - day/night, moon's orbit, seasons, sun, planets, stars/constellations (LP/Delta) - Grades 3-6

Space Camp: 6 activities simulating life in outer space - Grades 3-6

The Incredible Journey: Water cycle activity - Grades 3-6

Rocks, Erosion & Weathering: streak test, weathering, sedimentary/metamorphic, erosion  (LP/Delta) - Grades 4-5

Pollution - Grades 4-6

Recycling Paper - Grades 3-5

 

Environmental Science


A Stream in a Bucket - Grades 4-8

Stream Study Worksheet - Grades 3-8

Transpiration with  Calculators - Grades 6-8

Air: properies of air, pressure, Bernoulli's principle  (LP/Delta) - Grades 1-2

Mirror Magic:  reflection activities - Grades 1-6

Metric Olympics Triathalon Activities: - Grades 2-6

Reflection, Diffraction, Refraction:  - Grades 2-6

Sound Vibrations:  properties of sound, frequency, insulators  (Nutshell/Delta) - Grades 2-6

Bubbleology:  Bernoulli's principle, liquid rainbows, bubble technology - Grades 2-6

Matter and Energy:  melting/freezing/evaporation, heat, Periodic Table, atoms, solutions (LP/Delta) - Grades 3-4

Simple Machines with K'Nex - Grades 3-4

Machines and Motion:  force, inclined plane, levers, wheels, pulleys, motion  (LP/Delta) - Grades 3-4

Light:  properties of light, shadows, reflection/refraction, color, energy (LP/Delta) - Grades 3-4

Detective Lab:  fingerprint analysis, handwriting analysis, mystery ink, mystery powder  (Nutshell/Delta) - Grades 3-6

Magnets: Magnetic poles/fields, compass, magnetic force, electromagnet  (LP/Delta) - Grades 4-5

Electricity:  circuits, conductors, switches, parallel/series circuits - Grades 4-6

Newton's Toy Box:  gravity, mass v. weight, Law 1, Law 2, Law3, kinetic/potential energy (DSM/Delta) - Grades 5-6+

Density and Buoyancy

 

Life Science


How to Use a Simple Compound Microscope - Grades K-8

Glogerm -Germs and proper handwashing - Grades K-6

Couch Potato Olympics - Pen click a thon and the grabber - Grades K-6

Smell, Taste, Touch - Grades 3-6

The Enormous 'E'- Introduction to microscope and it's use - Grades 3-6

Taste Experiment-Tongue Mapping - Grades 2-6

Onion Rings - cell activity with microscopes - Grades 3-6

Human Body: system/tissue, nutrients in food, calories, digestion, circulation, respiration, osmosis, excretion, muscles/bones/joint - Grades 5-6

EKG for Elementary - Grades 5-8

 

Explorations in Life Science by Delta Education - Grades 3-5

  • Section 1:  Beginning Brine Shrimp
  • Section 2:  Salty Shrimp
  • Section 3:  Life Upside-Down
  • Section 4:  Shrimp Secrets
  • Section 5 Worm Wonders
  • Section 6:  How to Eat Fried Worms
  • Section 7:  Super Soil Makers
  • Section 8:  See Through Guppies
  • Section 9:  Guppy Goings-On
  • Section 10:  Henry Huggins:  Gallons of Guppies
  • Section 11:  Fishy Facts
  • Section 12:  Snail Trails
  • Section 13:  Snail Habitats
  • Section 14:  Snail Painting
  • Section 15:  Snail Math
  • Section 16:  Slugs and Snails
  • Section 17:  Snails on a String
  • Section 18:  Brick Lawn
  • Section 19:  Farmer Boy:  Milk-fed Pumpkins
  • Section 20:  The Giving Tree:  Tree Starters
  • Section 21:  Tiny Terrariums
  • Section 22:  Tiny Vivariums
  • Section 23:  Bean Bags and Radish Strips
  • Section 24:  Sprouting Succotash
  • Section 25:  Growing Up
  • Section 26:  Growing Down
  • Section 27:  Roly-Poly Iospods
  • Section 28:  Isopod Pads
  • Section 29:  Pill Bug or Sow Bug?
  • Section 30:  Isopod Preferences
  • Section 31:  Pill Bug Balls
  • Section 32:  Mouse House
  • Section 33:  Mighty Mice
  • Section 34:  Amazing Mazes
  • Section 35:  The Mouse and the Motorcycle
  • Section 36:  Do Mice Really Like Cheese?
  • Section 37:  Frogs, Toads and Friends
  • Section 38:  Frog or Toad?
  • Section 39:  Frog Fishing
  • Section 40:  Mealworm Farming
  • Section 41:  Mealworm Math
  • Section 42:  Just going through a stage
  • Section 43:  Pupa Power
  • Section 44:  Beetle Basics
  • Section 45:  Fish Eyes

 

 

General Science Sites


 

Some "Teacher Notes" are no longer available. Please contact us for more details.

Mechanics


 

Nuclear/Atomic Physics


 

Sound


 

Optics


 

Magnetism and Electricity