Injury Prevention and Safety Teacher Resources
Safety first! Emphasize the importance of injury prevention and establishing safe conditions and environments with our collection of safety resources.
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How to Prevent Backover Deaths of Kids?
Students explore automobile safety. In this automobile safety lesson, students read the USA Today article titled "How to Prevent Backover Deaths of Kids?", respond to discussion questions regarding the article, and complete an activity based on the content of the article.
7th - 10th Health
What better way to learn about muscle than by dissecting one? Using cow muscle (beef), learners compare bundles of yarn to muscle fibers as they explore each. The supplemental reading about astronauts losing muscle mass in space and what types of tests are being conducted to combat that atrophy adds real-world value to the lesson, as well as a hook to engage kids.
3rd - 12th Science CCSS: Adaptable
Bone Structure: Hollow vs. Solid
What is meant by the phrase "form follows function?" Allow your budding biologists to discover first-hand through two activities. In the first, groups work together to discover whether a solid cylinder or an empty cylinder can support more weight, both directly and in relation to the weight of the cylinder.
3rd - 12th Science CCSS: Adaptable
The Home Front: How Did People Prepare for the War at Home?
Wars have a profound effect not only on a country's soldiers, but also on the everyday lives of its citizens. Invite your young historians to discover how Britain prepared for the Second World War by analyzing a series of government posters regarding rationing, evacuation, and anti-German propaganda.
7th - 12th Social Studies & History CCSS: Adaptable
New Review Emergency & First Aid Orientation
Here you'll find a presentation that covers a wide range of emergency and first aid topics, such as evacuation planning, what to do in the event of a fire or severe weather, and addressing a number of medical emergencies, such as choking, minor wounds, burns, bites, stings, and shock.
9th - 12th Health CCSS: Adaptable
Magnifying and Observing Cells
Though it isn't a novel activity to prepare onion cell and Elodea plant cell slides as examples of cells in a microbiology unit, this resource will leave you thoroughly prepared. As pupils examine the slides that they prepare, they draw what they see.
5th - 8th Science
Safety And Health Programs
Students engage in a study of the proper components needed for the establishment of a health and safety program. They practice identifying various types of workplace hazards. Students are exposed to an informational lecture given by a guest speaker.
12th - Higher Ed Science
Don't be chicken to try a lesson plan that compares the anatomy of birds to humans. Read the background information so you don't have to wing it when it comes to the anatomy of a chicken. Prepare cooked chicken bones by soaking them in a bleach solution, then guide your young scientists through an exploration of bones and cartilage.
3rd - 12th Science
Tragedy on the Field
Students explore sports-related health risks and develop school policies on these issues, rewriting current school policy to reflect their ideas. They then conduct field research to discover how these risks are addressed in various sports within their school's athletic department.
5th - 12th Social Studies & History
The Science of Sleep and Daily Rhythms: Sleeping in Space
Young scholars write about strange places that they have slept. In this sleep science lesson students read about astronauts sleeping experience in space. They reflect on unusual places that they have slept and write about it.
1st - 6th English Language Arts
Boy Scout Merit Badge: Swimming
This merit badge workbook for swimming provides a checklist of achievements necessary to secure this Boy Scout badge. It includes 10 potential health concerns related to swimming and asks about their prevention and treatment. This is a thorough evaluation of swimming-related knowledge.
8th - 12th Physical Education
Natural Disaster Preparedness
Youngsters identify disaster preparedness procedures and create a family disaster plan. They will research disasters, study what to do and make a plan. Then have a class discussion about their findings. Be sure to look into your local disaster agencies for resources for this plan.
6th - 8th Health
Appalachia: Physical Fitness
Students plan a family fitness outing. In this physical education lesson, students will research possible physical activities which might be completed by a family during a daily-long outing in the Appalachian area. Students will calculate related costs for the trip and track these in an Excel spreadsheet.
6th - 8th Physical Education
Belt-Abouts (Lesson 3)
Students discuss the importance of wearing seat belts every time they are in a car. After identifying new vocabulary, they review some of the excuses others use not to wear their seat belts. They give a survey to their family members to determine the rate in which they wear their belts.
1st - 3rd Health
Health, Decision Making, Research, Media Literacy
Students explore the problem of bullying. They observe an anti-bullying commercial and discuss how a victim may feel. After a class discussion, students identify tools a victim may use to get away from a bully and obtain assistance. They practice a rap song about bullying and helping others.
5th - 11th Social Studies & History