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Osmosis & Diffusion Lab
This lab uses an egg & various substances to model the importance of the cell membrane (allows molecules to enter and leave the cell as needed). It is a fun hands-on lab that provides an awesome model of a cell! Supplies you will need: *Eggs *Plastic Cups *Plastic Baggies *Vinegar *Corn (Karo)
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Gummy Worm 'Osmosis or Diffusion?' Lab
This is a fun lab to show the students the process of osmosis. They love this lab because they get to use Gummy Worms, even though they cannot eat them (I usually buy extra gummy worms so they can eat them the next day when they do their second observations) and they get to use the lab equipment, su
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Osmosis and Diffusion Labs and Notes
Teach the process of osmosis to your Biology classes with these two student-centered labs with notes. Students start one lab, take notes while waiting for the results, and then finish with a second lab. This lesson takes one 40 minute class period with a few steps carried into the next couple of d

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Gummy Bear Osmosis and Diffusion Lab Activity
You will be able to conduct an experimental model that demonstrates your knowledge of the scientific method including, hypothesizing, data collection and graphical analysis, and reporting using appropriate metric measurements.• You will be able to demonstrate and describe knowledge of semi-permeable
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BigEGGest Loser Osmosis and Diffusion Lab
Students use their knowledge of osmosis and hypertonic solutions to compete against one another. A fun and engaging way to teach students. Data table, writing activity, rubric, and pre-writing worksheet included. This is sure to a be a favorite for your students!
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Gummy Bear Diffusion Lab
A fun, new spin on a diffusion lab! This lab uses gummy bears soaked in three different sugar solutions to provide a hands-on visual for the process of osmosis. Includes Teacher setup and notes, student instructions, analysis, and conclusion questions.
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Elodea (plant cell) Osmosis Diffusion Lab
This lab assumes you are using microscopes equipped with low, medium and high power lenses. Perfect for middle school biology and the study of plant cells. Elodea are a common aquatic plant that can be purchased cheaply at most pet stores that cell fish (sometimes stores will give it away for free
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AP Biology Osmosis and Diffusion Lab Test
This is an assessment to measure how accurately students understand the concepts in the Osmosis and Diffusion AP Biology Lab Manual.
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Diffusion Lab Worksheet with Food Coloring and Water
This simple but effective lab allows students to observer and draw inferences about diffusion. Students will need three cups set up that are each of the following temperatures (warm, cold, and room temperature). They will need to put one drop of food coloring in each at the same time as well as star
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Diffusion Lab
Diffusion is the passive movement of molecules from one area to another area, without the need for energy. When molecules move because of diffusion, we say that they diffuse. This movement is always from an area of high concentration (where there is a lot of that molecule) to an area of low concent
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Diffusion Lab
This lab helps students to understand the concept of diffusion. It is a 2-day lab which requires students to measure, and weigh a carrot. It is a great visual for students, since they will actually see the carrot shrink, and can feel the texture of a carrot soaking in salt water. it is in a Word doc
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Osmosis Diffusion Lab
This lab would work as a introduction to equations and enzymes or could be done after the material is introduced, depending on the students' understanding. It is intended to be done with paper or with models.
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Osmosis and Diffusion Lab - Dialysis Tubing
Includes background/pre-lab, materials, procedure, and analysis section. Materials Glucose Solution, 3 Glucose Test Strips (2 for testing and 1 as control), Dialysis Tubing, plastic cup, 10 mL Graduated Cylinder, Water
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Diffusion Lab
This is a quick, easy prep, diffusion lab. It illustrates properties of the plasma membrane. Students use a baggie with corn starch inside a plastic cup of iodine water. The analysis questions are sequential and allow for critical thinking. The set-up can run for 30 minutes or overnight. Every
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Observing Diffusion Lab
I created this lab for my biology students. The lab uses dialysis tubing, starch, and Lugol's solution (iodine) to demonstrate diffusion. My students usually enjoy doing this lab. I have also included a 2 page summary of the lab with tips on setting up the lab, conducting the lab, and sample st
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Diffusion Lab
This is a diffusion lab that can be done in lab groups or one set up can be done by the teacher. The lab helps review that iodine is an indicator for starch and shows the properties of diffusion. An answer key and pictures are provided. Materials needed:CornstarchSandwich bagsIodineWater500-1000ml b
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Diffusion lab report
This lab template is for the question: How does the temperature of water affect the rate of diffusion. Students use three temps of water: Hot, cold and room temp, and add food coloring to each. They determine the rates of diffusion, create a line graph, analyze their data and draw conclusions. I
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Diffusion Lab:  Investigate The Rate Of Molecular Movement,  6th/7th/8th Grade
Investigate diffusion and thermal energy in a hands-on lab exploring the rate of fluid movement. Observing food coloring enables students to observe molecules in motion. Aligned with *NGSS Structure and Properties of Matter. Simple supplies and easy set-up. Teacher background and tips included.I
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Diffusion Lab
Students will be completing a lab to determine whether solutes are diffusing across a membrane? Students will be using dialysis tubing to look at wether starch molecules or iodine molecules are able to diffuse across the membrane.
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Gummy Bear Diffusion Lab
This lab takes 3 days and is appropriate for Honors or College Prep Biology. Utilizes gummy candies to determine how cell size relates to cell efficiency as well as observing osmosis and diffusion. It is a 3 day activity because students need to set it up and observe but generally does not take 3
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Diffusion Lab:  Investigate Food Color Diffusion With 2nd/3rd Grade
Have fun investigating the diffusion of food coloring with this hands-on experiment for 2nd and 3rd grade. Aligned with *NGSS. Students will use the scientific method to discover the effects of temperature on the diffusion of food coloring. Differentiated for their age level. Simple supplies wit
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Diffusion Lab:  Investigate The Rate Of Diffusion With 4th/5th Grade
Investigate diffusion and molecular movement with this hands-on experiment for 4th and 5th grade. Aligned with *NGSS Structure and Properties of Matter. Students will use the scientific method to discover the effects of temperature on the rate of diffusion of food coloring. Included in the 16 p
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Diffusion Lab
Includes: •Teacher instructional handout with probing questions and suggested materials and timeline. •Student version of lab handout with background reading (2 paragraphs) •Student hand out with pre and post lab questions questions Covers the following topics: •The process of diffusion. •Materi
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Diffusion Lab Bundle:  All 4 Science Journals.  K-8th Grade
Investigate diffusion and thermal energy with multiple grade levels with this hands-on experiment bundle. Aligned with *NGSS. Students will use the scientific method to discover the effects of temperature on the rate of diffusion. Four journals included. Included in the PDF Download: (Click each
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