Science

posted by .

For science I have to create a safety poster about one safety rule.

Are these ones good:

*clean up after your mess.
*Don't eat or drink in the science lab.
*Wash your hands after experiments.
*Never reach across a flame.
*Listen to directions.

More rules would be appreciated, thanks. Could you also give me ideas on what I could illustrate.

Respond to this Question

First Name
School Subject
Your Answer

Similar Questions

  1. science

    How can you provide relevant hands-on learning in a science classroom when few resources are provided by the school?
  2. MGT

    Consider that in order to understand scientific concepts, students need to observe and participate in experiments. • Address the following questions in 200 to 300 words: How can you provide relevant hands-on learning in a science …
  3. AED

    I know I posted this but AI wanted to pose what i have so far and need more info. I have this so far: The hands-on learning in a science classroom when few resources are provided by the school can be the discovery bottles that the …
  4. FACS Project - POSTERS - Food Safety & Kitchen Saf

    I have a project for my Family and Consumer Science class. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~` Directions - Create two (2) posters, one for Food Safety and one for Kitchen Safety. Write a slogan that will express …
  5. HEALTH!

    What are the four basic food safety principles that work together to reduce the risk of food borne illnesses?
  6. Health

    What are the four basic food safety principles that work together to reduce the risk of food borne illnesses?
  7. Science

    What concerns you have about the overall safety of the food you eat?
  8. science help

    Which of the following is something you should do after severe weather occurs?
  9. science

    Which of the following is something you should do after severe weather occurs?
  10. Science Portfolio

    1st Safety Rule What you should before you start a lab 2nd Safety Rule What you can/should do DURING the Lab 3rd Safety Rule Of what you can/should do After a lab

More Similar Questions