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I am a high school teacher for an online learning classroom where we use an outsourced program. I am in charge of helping students complete their science labs for the few science courses we offer, Biology, Chemistry, IPC, Physics & Environmental Systems. An issue is time and space. Is there anyone else in a similar position? If so, how do you organize your labs? I have had to pull a lot of labs together on my own as I don't have an actual science lab to complete them in. Any quick and relatively easy hands on labs that you might recommend for any of these courses? Thanks in advance!

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