Lab Safety Rules Project Bundle

Lab Safety Rules Project Bundle
Lab Safety Rules Project Bundle
Lab Safety Rules Project Bundle
Lab Safety Rules Project Bundle
Lab Safety Rules Project Bundle
Lab Safety Rules Project Bundle
Lab Safety Rules Project Bundle
Lab Safety Rules Project Bundle
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★ Lab Safety Rules Projects Bundle ★

The purpose of these projects are for students to work collaboratively with peers to learn and review lab safety rules!

This bundle contains two products for 20% off the original price. Check out the individual products for more information: Lab Safety Rules: Poster Project and Lab Safety- Rules of the Lab Karaoke Project
I created this activity to use this within my introduction to the science lab unit in grade 6. The students are first assigned partners and a lab rule. They are then given two class periods (or one block) to work with their partner to create a poster communicating their lab rule.

Included In This Item:
♦ One page teacher guide
♦ One page student direction sheet with grading rubric
♦ Seven pages of 25 lab rules (4 per page) to cut and distribute to partners or inidividuals

Using in the Classroom:
As a whole class, we review the expectations. Students benefit from seeing the rubric before working. They will also self-assess on the rubric before turning it in. I have included papers to cut and hand out to students informing them of their lab rule. 25 lab rules are included for student groups to choose from. If you have any rules that are specific to your lab or school, you may add them to the project or email me at to request an addition.

I enjoy this activity because it provides the students an opportunity to work in partners, which is an expectation of the science lab. I also enjoy it because I like to hang student work as quickly as possible at the beginning of the year and these posters always come out great!
I created this activity to use this within my review of the science lab for grade 7 and grade 8. Often the rules of the science lab are a review for students, but are also a required safety component of a science course. This activity is a fun way to refresh and review the science lab safety information for students who have been exposed to the rules before or to students who are new to the science lab.

Karaoke is a wonderful activity to review and reinforce concepts. It allows students to put content material into their own words, deepening their comprehension of the information.
In my experience, the project can be assigned over the course of a few days or longer. Challenge students to be creative with this project. Challenge students to use classic or popular songs and to stay away from songs like, “Row Row Row Your Boat”.

Included In This Item:
♦ two page teacher guide
♦ "How to Write a Parody" reference (1 page)
♦ "Project Guidelines" (1 page)
♦ "Planning Pages" for students to analyze the song lyrics/song to make sure it will be adequate for changing the lyrics as well as to plan their parody content (key concepts, vocabulary, etc.). (2 pages)
♦ "Grading Rubric" for students to self-assess their work prior to turning in their project. It can also be used for grading the projects as a formative or summative grade. (1 page)
♦ Science lab rules reference sheet (1 page)

Live or Digital Presentations:
The instructions for this activity are written for students to do a live presentation to the class. Projecting the students’ lyrics and playing the karaoke version of the song as the students present the lyrics are a simple and effective way to have students present. You may also consider extending the project, depending on your students’ gifts and skills. Students may choose to bring in instruments to play the song music.

They may also make a video or audio digital presentation of their material. If students choose to make a digital presentation of material, consider having them share over a safe sharing site such as a protected Vimeo, TeacherTube, Google Drive, or Edmodo account (just to name a few), as opposed to a public YouTube channel. While making a parody falls under the “fair use” policy without infringing on copyright, court cases often have debated whether a song qualifies as a parody.

graphics purchased from Science Demo Guy and Glitter Meets Glue

Related Products:

Karaoke Project: Writing Song Parodies (generic directions for any subject or topic)

Lab Safety Rules: Poster Project

Lab Safety- Rules of the Lab Karaoke Project
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