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Students examine water safety for the beach. They discuss the three safety rules, demonstrate various ways to rescue a person, participate in the stingray shuffle dance, and complete a crossword puzzle quiz.
Young scholars identify bathtub and pool safety rules. In this water safety lesson, students create a bathtub safety book and water bottle label that contain pool and water safety rules.
Students discuss water hazards and how to stay safe.  In this safety lesson, students read handouts and complete a water safety checklist to help themselves and their families.  
Make a splash with an interactive storybook that emphasizes water safety. Directed at preschoolers and primaries, the ducky tale and games reinforce the rules of wearing a life vest whenever near water, making sure to have a supervising adult with you, and taking lessons so that you can learn how to swim.
In this spelling worksheet, students read several tips about water safety and write the water safety spelling words four times each. There are five words to practice spelling.
In this water safety worksheet, learners read paragraphs about water safety and write spelling words taken from each paragraph. Students write 5 words 4 times each.
In this water safety worksheet, students read paragraphs about water safety and write spelling words taken from each paragraph. Students write 5 words 4 times each.
In this spelling instructional activity, learners read short paragraphs about water safety and practice writing highlighted words 3 times each.
Students examine and discuss summer water safety guidelines. They read the handout "Lifeguard Lani's Water Safety Tips" as a class, and complete a worksheet. Students then write water safety problem scenarios and trade with a partner, providing a solution to their partner's scenarios.
Students investigate data collection and analysis.  In this Algebra I lesson, students create a scatter plot and find the equation of best fit in a simulation of a leaking water pipe.
Students discuss the proper clothing for the season. They make wind chimes to use as an indicator of movement of the air and observe and identify the various cloud formations. They determine the basic rules of storm safety and discuss what the children should do after a storm.
Students examine water safety information. In this water safety lesson, students evaluate options in each problem scenario and use water safety tips to complete worksheets.  Students write five water safety problems on their own and trade with a partner to provide solutions to the problems. 
Students learn how to be safe in the summertime. In this personal health activity, students examine swimming safety, bike safety, and nature safety. Students read literature and complete safety activities.
Students explore water conservation. In this ecology and civic responsibility lesson, students identify agencies that monitor and help improve water quality and describe what they do. Students research these organizations and work in groups to determine ways they can ensure safe water supplies are available. Students create posters displaying their ideas.
Students perform introductory swimming techniques. They review water safety rules. Students blow bubbles and put their head into the water. They touch designated body parts while standing in the water and finally touch the bottom of the pool. Students pick up rings on the bottom of the pool.
Students research the mission of agencies in business, government or the non-profit sector on how they keep water safe. They create a poster or other illustration that promotes safe water practices for these groups. They share the information they collected with the class.
Students determine how to float on their backs in a swimming pool. They participate in swimming lessons at a community pool. While working in small groups they practice floating on their backs to increase their safety around the pools. They work on water safety lessons to reduce the incidence of drowning.
Chemistry pupils titrate vitamin C with indophenol indicator. They determine the amount of vitamin C in a variety of fruit juices and conduct qualitative analysis. This is an outstanding lesson for high school chemists when studying acids and learning titration techniques. Seven activity sheets, extensive teacher's notes, and a grading rubric make this a treasure-trove resource.
Second graders investigate the diversity of plants and animals in a rainforest. They watch an online story developed by the Rainforest Alliance, observe and record animals in their local area, explore various websites, and compare and contrast a chart that illustrates the diversity of their local area and a rainforest.
You know that liquid nitrogen turns into a gas at room temperature. Place some in a two-liter bottle for a physics demonstration of the ideal gas law. Beware, however; this is a dangerous demonstration! Not to mention that you may not have the time to fill a trash can full of water for each period that you teach in a day. If this is the case, you can find a video clip online of the same or similar demonstrations being done and simply include it in your lecture on the behavior of gases.

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