Reflection: Real World Applications Science Safety - Section 1: Introduction to the ABCs of Science Safety


My students do understand that dangers do exists in the world.  Therefore, it was not very difficult to influence their thinking about safety in the science classroom.  They recognize that drinking from containers could prove life-threatening.  They also recognized why cleaning up spills immediately was critical to their safety.  However some students believed that touching things, all things was not a major problem.  This lead to the discussion about following the teachers directions at all times. Over all, I would say that safety is an easy topic to address.

  The Understanding of a Five-Year-Old
  Real World Applications: The Understanding of a Five-Year-Old
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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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