This lesson plan covers all aspects of safety on medication and household products for students. This includes what is NOT safe.Who should be giving you/student medicine? Warning label information and what to do if you think someone has been poisoned. A "Is it medicine or candy" poster, and 2 additional activities are included- a quiz and a cut and paste activity.Clip art, printables, answer key- no prep needed
Students will be able to understand what medicines are and what they do for the body.
Students will be able to identify what it means when you become poisoned by medicine or household cleaners
Students will be able to tell the difference of the safety terms or items to be careful of on household cleaners bottles or containers
Students will be able to identify who should be allowed to give you medicine?
Students will be able recognize a list of household products that are dangerous
Students will be able to understand to look for Warning labels on household products
Students will be able to discern some of the reasons someone might be using a medication
Students will be able to tell the difference between over the counter and prescription medicine
Students will be able to recognize and understand the caution on never taking or swallowing something without permission
Students will be able to identify where medications and household products should be stored for safety
Activity one: Circle who should NOT be giving you medicine
Activity two: cut and paste pictures that are safe or unsafe into the correct safe and unsafe house
Store; Health is Elementary