The following links lead to lab sheets for makeup labs. The makeup labs can be printed out, filled out, and return to the teacher. In certain instances, you may be required to provide a separate lab report on your own notebook paper. Many of the labs require that you use computer resources located on the school server. In some instances, you may be required to use the school's internet connection to access online resources. There is a specific quantity of time allotted for each makeup lab. Students are required to complete the lab in the specified amount of time. Online resources for assisting with the completion of makeup labs include:
Name That Motion
The Two Stage Rocket
Graph That Motion
Apple IIe Vector Addition (do the same activity as done in class; check the answers on the Web)
Vector Addition Lab
Vector Components Lab
The River Boat
Recognizing Common Forces (do the same activity as done in class; check the answers on the Web)
Comparing Magnitudes of Forces (do the same activity as done in class)
Horizontally Launched Projectiles
Non- Horizontally Launched Projectiles
Interactive Physics Simulations: "The Two Chalenges"
Recognizing and Interpreting Free-Body Diagrams
Eat at Ed's
Interactive Physics Simulations: "Systems and Newton's Laws"
Newton's Second Law Verification - no available makeup; do class lab before or after school.
Kepler's Third Law
Sensei Physics Gravitation
Interactive Physics Simulations: Gravitation and Satellite Motion
Static Electicity - Part 2 (pp. 5-9)
Static Electricity - Part 3 (pp. 9-16)
NOTE: Part 2 of the Static Electricity Lab and Part 3 of the Static Electricity Lab share the same makeup labs. If you mised both Part 2 of the Static Electricity Lab and Part 3 of the Static Electricity Lab, then you will have to do the makeup lab mentioned for the Part 2 of the Static Electricity Lab and this makeup lab.
Coulomb's Hair Experiment
Work Energy Lab
(Note: The It's All Uphill Lab and the Work-Energy Lab share the same makeup lab. Thus, if you must make them both up, then do the makeup lab linked by the above link and do this writing assignment)
Energy of a Pendulum
Air Track and Energy
How Powerful are You?
Momentum in a Collision
The Ice Skater
Momentum and/or Energy Conservation
Collisions in 2-Dimensions
Reflection from a Plane Mirror
Reflection from a Right Angle Mirror
Images Formed by a Concave Mirror
Geometric Lens Optics
Images Formed by a Converging Lens
Standing Wave Lab
Wave Reflection, Refraction, and Diffraction
(Note: if you missed both the
Young's Experiment and Young's Corollary labs, then you will have to
do the Young's Experiment makeup lab and this
Thin Films Lab
Physics of Music - Parts 1 - 3
Physics of Music - Parts 4 and 5
If you have missed a section of any of the circuit labs (Tupperware labs utilizing the capacitorslight bulbs, hand generators and battery packs), then do one of the following makeups assignments to replace whatever sections which you missed.
Sparky the Electrician Lab - Part B
This page created by Tom Henderson and last updated on 11/16/98.