Lab Safety Bundle of Nonfiction Review Activities, Project and Decor

Lab Safety Bundle of Nonfiction Review Activities, Project and Decor
Lab Safety Bundle of Nonfiction Review Activities, Project and Decor
Lab Safety Bundle of Nonfiction Review Activities, Project and Decor
Lab Safety Bundle of Nonfiction Review Activities, Project and Decor
Lab Safety Bundle of Nonfiction Review Activities, Project and Decor
Lab Safety Bundle of Nonfiction Review Activities, Project and Decor
Lab Safety Bundle of Nonfiction Review Activities, Project and Decor
Lab Safety Bundle of Nonfiction Review Activities, Project and Decor
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  1. Enhance your classroom decor with these colorful watercolor banners to reinforce science concepts related to the scientific method and lab safety. Included are 38 banners in color and an additional set in black and white to print and use in your classroom. Like this resource? Check out the bundle an
  2. This science resource includes three activities to help you teach lab safety to your students. Included are two different informative texts to help your students understand why laboratory safety is important in the classroom. Each contains comprehension questions to assess learning. In addition, the
  3. This general science color by number resource is a great reinforcement of lab safety. Included are student answer sheets that contain twenty-five questions of review which will assess student understanding of staying safe in the science classroom, safety rules, and procedures. Students will use the
  4. Introduce and review lab safety rules with your science students using this free sketch note activity. Students will be able to review the important rules and concepts learned in the classroom and display their knowledge by filling in the graphic organizer. Like this resource? Check out the unit and
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Introduce and review lab safety using these activities that will engage students as you start off the back to school in your science classroom. Students will be introduced to lab safety through two nonfiction articles that detail the importance of lab safety in your classroom. In addition, there is a project that will have your students create a cartoon detailing one rule. Also included is a review color by number activity that can be done as a whole class assignment, in small groups, or independently. Finally, enhance your classroom decor with decorative colorful banners that detail different lab safety rules.

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This resource includes:

  • 38 beautifully designed watercolor banners that detail laboratory safety rules and steps to the scientific method
    • Lab Safety
      • Eye safety
      • Glassware
      • Poison
      • Sharp objects
      • Electrical safety
      • Clothing protection
      • Disposal
      • Caustic substances
      • Clean up
      • Toxic vapors
      • Fire safety
    • Scientific Method:
      • Question
      • Research
      • Hypothesis
      • Experiment
      • Analysis
      • Conclusion

  • TWO nonfiction articles about lab safety
    • The first article details ten important rules and why it is important to follow them. Students answer comprehension questions to assess their understanding.
    • The second article gives an overview of safety signs, equipment, and guidelines. Students show what they know through fill in the blanks and a problem - solution graphic organizer.

  • Color by Number Review: Students will answer 25 question regarding this topic to demonstrate their understanding. Student are assessed on their understanding of staying safe in the science classroom, safety rules, and procedures. Students will use the legend to color each section until they illustrate a complete drawing. This is a great self-checking activity for students to complete independently, in small groups or as a whole class review.

  • Project: Students will develop a cartoon based upon a chosen rule. Illustrations and captions demonstrate their understanding. A rubric as well as student sheets are provided.

Check out this feedback from happy teachers:

  • This is a fantastic resource for homeschool co-op science groups. Thanks so much for creating this!
  • My 7th graders love this! They begged to be able to complete it for homework.
  • These banners will be perfect reminders for my middle school special education students. I've always struggled with helping them retain the steps of the scientific method, but these banners are clear, concise, and include graphics. I cannot wait to add them to my classroom! Thanks!

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By the end of grade 8, read and comprehend science/technical texts in the grades 6–8 text complexity band independently and proficiently.
Determine the meaning of symbols, key terms, and other domain-specific words and phrases as they are used in a specific scientific or technical context relevant to grades 6–8 texts and topics.
Determine the central ideas or conclusions of a text; provide an accurate summary of the text distinct from prior knowledge or opinions.
Cite specific textual evidence to support analysis of science and technical texts.
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