Chemistry Lab Worksheets
Chemistry is the study of matter. We look at the phases of matter and the interacts between matter. This set of printable chemistry labs has the perfect balance between fun and learning. Student will really love it. Every lab has been kid and teacher tested and approved.
- Cool Down, It's Just Water! - Students observe the cooling rate of water. What happens to the temperature of warm and cold water when left at room temperature?
- Now that's Phun! - A neat pH lab! We look at acids and bases in a fun experiment. Which chemicals found in this lab are acids and which are bases?
- The Biochemical Guessing Game! - Students perform chemical tests to learn what foods contain carbohydrates, lipids, and/or proteins. The foods you eat are made of organic compounds. You can perform chemical tests to learn what foods contain carbohydrates, lipids, and/or proteins. Hypothesis On the last page of this packet you will find a prediction table. Locate it and predict the compound found in greatest concentration for each food.
- The Dissolution Solution!! - Students will learn how soap, alcohol, and temperature differences affect the dissolution speed of water. How does soap, alcohol, and temperature differences affect the dissolution speed of water?
- The Element Advertising Company - Students are assigned an element and must promote it in a contest like environment. O.K. here's the deal, you will pick an element from a hat. Your group must run an ad campaign for this element. Promoting its beneficial qualities & uses. Your trying to make the community (your school) find your element appealing. Your target audience is the school including fellow students (throughout the building), teachers, hall monitors, all the way up to and including your principal. At the end of your campaign a survey will be given throughout the building to assess which element has the best public opinion due to your efforts. No one else in the building will have your element so it's in your hands.
- The Homemade Atom - Have your classes make an atom. Put them all over the classroom ceiling and make your own periodic table. What is your element's: 1) atomic number 2) Mass Number? How Many 3a) Neutrons 3b) Electrons 3c) Protons does your element have?
- Up, Up and Away! - Students make a warm air balloons to investigate gas laws. Why do certain gases allow a balloon to rise?
- What's going on here? - This station lab, examines chemical and physical changes. What happens to matter when it undergoes a physical and chemical change?
- WOW, That's Hot and Cold! - Examines endothermic versus exothermic reactions. Which of the chemical reactions made in this lab are endothermic & which are exothermic?