This lab has students work together as a class to take position and time data for four scenarios. The moving "object" is a classmate walking at various speeds. Students then graph the data and a class discussion, lead by 8 questions at the end, is had. I use this lab before teaching any kinematics formally. It serves as a nice introduction to the basic concepts. It should be noted that all of my AP 1 students are first year physics students whose only exposure to physics is 6 weeks of "physical science" in the 9th grade.
Notes to the teacher are provided at the end to help with the smooth facilitation of this lab and the subsequent class discussion.