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Ms. McAllister’s 2 nd grade class. Science Lab Safety. Know the class emergency plan. If anything happens, the first thing you need to do is tell Ms. McAllister! If something dangerous happens, we will walk outside into the hall to make sure everyone is safe.

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Ms mcallister s 2 nd grade class

Ms. McAllister’s 2nd grade class

Science Lab Safety


Know the class emergency plan
Know the class emergency plan.

  • If anything happens, the first thing you need to do is tell Ms. McAllister!

  • If something dangerous happens, we will walk outside into the hall to make sure everyone is safe.


Science activities can be very fun but
Science activities can be very fun, but…

YOU MUST KNOW HOW TO FOLLOW THE RULES!


Know the directions before you begin
Know the directions before you begin.

  • Make sure that you know what to do before you do it. Ask any questions BEFORE you begin.


Do not taste eat drink or inhale anything we use in science
Do not taste, eat, drink, or inhale anything we use in science.

  • The materials that we use can be great to help us learn, but not good for our bodies.


Keep your hands away from your face eyes and mouth
Keep your hands away from your face, eyes, and mouth. science.

  • Do not touch your face when you have been touching anything for science – it could make you sick.


Wash your hands after all science activities
Wash your hands after all science activities. science.

  • To keep everyone healthy and safe, make sure you wash your hands after doing any science activity.


Always wear goggles when ms mcallister tells you to
Always wear goggles when Ms. McAllister tells you to. science.

  • Some items that we use during science could be dangerous to your eyes. If you are told to wear goggles during an activity, you must do so.


Tell the teacher if you see something or someone being unsafe
Tell the teacher if you see something or someone being unsafe.

  • If you see anything that could be hurt someone or become a bad situation in science, please let Ms. McAllister know. Safety is our #1 concern!


Tell ms mcallister right away if you have an accident or injury
Tell Ms. McAllister right away if you have an accident or injury.

  • Even if it seems small, please let the teacher know if an accident or injury happens. Sometimes little things can turn into big things.


A video about safety
A Video about Safety injury.

  • http://www1.teachertube.com/viewVideo.php?video_id=88281

    A Webquest about Safety

  • http://ph052.k12.sd.us/Lab%20Safety%20Webquest.htm


References
References injury.

  • Elementary Safety Contract for Science Lab (used as a reference for rules):http://www.neisd.net/curriculum/SchImprov/science/safety_contract_elem.htm

  • Lab Safety Video (video used in powerpoint to display lab safety):http://www.teachertube.com/viewVideo.php?video_id=88281

  • Science Safety Procedures in an Elementary Lab (used as a reference for rules):http://www.ehow.com/facts_5463726_science-safety-procedures-elementary-lab.html

  • Lab Safety Webquest:http://ph052.k12.sd.us/Lab%20Safety%20Webquest.htm

  • Lab Safety Powerpoint (used as reference for rules):

    uhill-sec.vsb.bc.ca/science/full.ppt


How to use this presentation with
How to use this presentation with… injury.

  • Visually impaired student – the sound clips are used in the presentation to engage students who are not able to see the slides; teacher will read slides to accommodate for student.

  • Hearing impaired student - all rules are explicitly written out so students can read them instead of relying on the oral presentation by the teacher.

  • ADHD student – slides are short and concise to keep student’s attention.

  • Autistic student – the use of pictographic cues and visual support can help students with autism as they often demonstrate relative strengths in concrete thinking, rote memory, and understanding of visual-spatial relationships.