As you read through the list below, click the links to learn more!
There are lots of other versions of these labs out there if you Google the right terms.
This is a website FOR TEACHERS! Some of these links lead to very "Cookbook"-style labs. I am NOT ADVOCATING these labs for students. I am pointing you to resources that can help you plan your own labs. Sometimes teachers need the cookbook instructions to get started. I am also not saying you should do all of these. These are just some labs you could consider.
Constant Velocity cart or Bowling Ball Across the floor. (Paradigm)
Cart/ball on a ramp (Paradigm)
Meeting Point (Practicum)
(too easy for C students unless done very early in the course, a bit harder if you use a ramp and have it run into a CV cart from behind or in front)
Sliding Chain (Paradigm)
Practicum: Hit the target with projectile shooter.
Half-Atwood's Lab (Half-Atwood's Video) OR Atwood's Machine (Paradigm)
Virtual lab (but you can do it for real like this, or with spring scales)
Paradigm: Vernier Centripetal Force Apparatus OR Pasco Centripetal Force Apparatus OR Discover Centripetal Force Kit (you can make your own, of course)
Practicum: Flying Pig Lab
Pasco Momentum and Impulse for Walton HS
Practicum: Unknown mass another version (on the last page)
Practicum: Sliding Block OR Kiss the Egg
Video Analysis spinning wheel with constant velocity and accelerated by a torque (video analysis labs)
Rotational Inertia and Dynamics (Reif version) Rotational Dynamics (Vernier version)Hoop and Disk Set AND discussion of the lab
Simple pendulum (Also a great first day lab! Not kidding)
A fun activity, Johnson Motor (only thing you maybe can't get locally is magnet wire) OR buy a kit from Arbor