According to the National Science Teachers Association, "Safety is the most important part of a science lesson. This includes monitoring student behavior and taking care of lab materials and equipment...Safety is the FIRST PRIORITY for students, instructors, and parents. To ensure safer experiences, the following safety operating procedures—based on legal safety standards and better professional safety practices—have been developed for the protection and safety of everyone."
Answer sheets for the stations are in the form of a booklet or individual pages.
When you have students experience a safety lab stations, you are providing them with the background they need to remain safe, as well as documenting that you have spent time covering safety. Have students get their parent/guardian sign the contract inside and return. Glue them into their notebooks for future reference.
This eight station lab activity (+ reflection) is designed to immerse students in the importance of lab safety through fun and engaging activities.
This activity can be used in its entirety as stations, or can be be used as a whole class lesson or centers.
Student Resources (included), Student Booklet or handouts (both included), online device for two stations and reflection, colored pencils.
I Can Create
I Can Analyze
I Can Apply
I Can Evaluate
I Can Understand
I Can Remember
I Can Empathize
I Have Perspective
I Can Reflect
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