Key: (1st/2nd/3rd) denote needed quantities: (1st) enough for 1 student doing all activities; (2nd) enough for 30 students working in 10 lab groups all self-paced; (3rd) enough for 30 students working in 10 lab groups, all doing the same lesson. Starred* items may be purchased here.
* 1/10/10: small graduated cylinders, 10 mL 1/1/1: jar of sand 1/1/1: source of water 1/10/10: Bunsen burners (or an electric hot plate or warm radiator) * 2/20/20: Pyrex beakers, 50 to 100 mL capacity (or substitute crucibles or tuna cans) 2/20/20: watch glasses (or substitute tin can lids or crucibles or squares of cardboard) 1/10/10: tongs (or substitute clothespins) 1/10/10: scissors * 1/10/10: gram balances 1/1/1: bottle sublimed sulfur * 5/50/50: bottle caps 1/10/10: index cards * 1/1/1: roll masking tape 1/1/1: packages each of: alum, baking soda, corn starch, salt and sugar. Include a dispensing spoon with each box. 1/10/10: dropper bottles each of: white vinegar, iodine, water and ammonia. * 2/20/20: additional dropper bottles * 1/10/10: paper clips * 1/1/1: rolls aluminum foil * 1/10/10: candles with drip catchers (or Bunsen burners or alcohol lamps) * 5/10/5: baby food jars or equivalent with lids * 10/100/100: strips each of red and blue litmus paper 1/1/1: roll waxed paper * 1/1/1: small portions each of cleanser and garden lime dispensed in labeled lids 1/10/10: aspirin tablets * 1/10/10: straight pins 1/1/1: head red (purple) cabbage 1/2/2: lemons (bottled concentrate or ascorbic acid crystals) 1/1/1: can beets 1/10/10: seltzer tablets