Step 1: Choose a laboratory activity that you particularly enjoyed (we have one more practical on Monday) Step 2: Come up with an idea for your project based on the lab you chose. Some possible ideas for your project: Can you separate a mixture of red and blue food coloring with a paper towel so that you end up with one glass of red and one glass of blue? (Inspired by lab 06) Can you recrystallize cream of tartar? (Inspired by lab 07) Can you grow colored crystals of Rochelle′s Salt? (Inspired by lab 07) Can you make a better instructional video about structure or naming now based on the knowledge you have? (inspired by Lab 02 and 03) Is there an instructional video you could make that explains something that you have had trouble with in organic chemistry that helps other students? (inspired by Lab 02 and 03) Can you isolate Casein from milk using different acids in the house? Lemon juice, tomato juice etc (Inspired by lab 10) These are only examples and is by no means an exhaustive list. Choose something that you would like to explore. Step 3: Develop a hypothesis and plan of action to do with the particular lab you have chosen. Step 4: Upload your hypothesis and plan of action in the place provided – this will constitute the pre-and post lab portion of your final lab report (i.e. 5 pts).