MicroPhySci Kit (2nd Edition)

The MicroPhySci Kit 2nd Edition includes a 207 page manual with 36 lab experiments. The included manual explains each experiment covering:

Goals – The goals section outlines the major learning areas of the experiment.

Background – The background would be equivalent to a short lecture on the theory of the experiment.

Materials and Equipment – Get the mentioned equipment out of the kit and you are ready to go. Any items not included in the kit like ice, sugar, hot water, etc. are mentioned in this area, as well as at the beginning of each experiment.

Procedure – Just follow the step-by-step procedure to do the experiment. Instructions are clearly explained making it easy for students, homeschool parents, and teachers/instructors.

Results – Students answer questions in the results area. This gives students a better understanding as well as a record of their completion.

The MicroPhySci Kit is designed to make teaching and preparation very convenient for the student. It contains all materials necessary except for a few common household items. The kit contains sufficient materials to do every experiment five times.

*NOTE: You can add an additional lab manual here.

Lab Experiments:

  1. Scientific Investigation
  2. Metric Measurements
  3. Extremely Large Measurements, The Solar System
  4. Density
  5. Motion
  6. Newton’s Second Law
  7. Friction
  8. Impulse and Momentum
  9. Energy
  10. Work and Power
  11. A Lever: A Simple Machine
  12. Pulleys
  13. Weight of a Car
  14. Buoyancy
  15. Thermal Energy and Diffusion
  16. Electrostatics
  17. Electrical Circuits
  18. Magnetism
  19. Sound Waves
  20. Light Waves
  21. Musical Instruments
  22. Visible Light Spectrum
  23. Plane Mirrors and Mirror Applications
  24. Convex Lenses
  25. Nuclear Decay Simulation
  26. Percentage of Oxygen in Air
  27. Chemical Reactions
  28. Enthalpy of Reaction
  29. Electrolysis of Water
  30. Parts Per Million
  31. Solution Concentration
  32. Freezing Point Depression
  33. Acids, Bases, and Indicators
  34. Comparing Antacids
  35. Carbon Chemistry
  36. Organic Chemistry: The Chemistry of Life

 

Note: Each lab experiment listed above is scheduled in the World Geography guide to coordinate with John Hudson Tiner’s Integrated Chemistry and Physics text.