Reflection: Real World Applications Science Safety - Section 3: Science Safety Chart


Science Safety is a very concrete topic to address in the classroom because students understand danger.  Most every student has background knowledge of dangerous situations.  They understand not running into the street or putting their hand on a hot stove.  Parents teach their children about avoiding danger although they may not have addressed science safety.


In the lesson, having a science safety chart to refer to is beneficial.  Even teaching the students a science safety song gives the topic relevance for the students. 


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  Real World Applications: Science Safety Reflection
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Science Safety

Unit 1: What is science?
Lesson 2 of 8

Objective: Students will demonstrate science safety by reviewing and using safety guidelines wherever science exploration is taking place.

Big Idea: Being safe is relevant to science exploration because a safe environments prevents injury and damage.

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