Chemistry with Lab
Day 10: ruler, measuring tape, meter stick or yard stick 2 different sized cups bathroom scale that can weigh items at least between 1 and 20 pounds measuring cup large book full two liter bottle or gallon of milk large pot or pan
Day 36: funnel or cone-shaped paper made into a funnel (with a small opening), metric ruler, pen or pencil, scissors, compass for drawing circles, sheet of large paper (at least 40 cm square- may use newspaper or tape several pieces of paper together), dried beans or peas (at least 100), plastic container
Day 51: table salt, NaCl; baking soda, NaHCO3; butter or margarine or shortening; vegetable oil; water; soda, like Coca Cola (aqueous); rubbing alcohol, aqueous C2H5OH; solid air freshener (possibly scrape some pieces off of a solid cake or cone); vinegar, dilute aqueous HC2H3O2
Day 86: 3 drinks, 3 fruits or vegetables, and 4 other food products of your choice.
Day 103: 8 butterscotch 5 peppermint 6 tootsie rolls 30 gummy bears 10 starburst 24 skittles 7 caramel 33 candy corn These are not necessary! You only need this many items. You could use different coins, beans, etc. However, the letters used in the equations correlate to the candies. If you use other items then you will have to keep track of what letter represents each.
Day 121: cane sugar, small sauce pan, pencil, weight (a paperclip will do), string
Day 138: red cabbage blender or knife boiling water filter paper (coffee filters work well) one large glass container 6-9 small glass containers or jars household ammonia (NH3) baking soda (sodium bicarbonate, NaHCO3) washing soda (sodium carbonate, Na2CO3) Found in the laundry aisle of your local grocery store, Arm & Hammer is a common brand. lemon juice (citric acid, C6H8O7) vinegar (acetic acid, CH3COOH) cream of tartar (potassium bitartrate, KHC4H4O6) antacids (calcium carbonate, calcium hydroxide, magnesium hydroxide) seltzer water (carbonic acid, H2CO3) drain cleaner if available (be careful, this is caustic and will burn your skin)