Please refer to the "Handouts" page for your class handouts.
Tuesday, Jun 20th: At the start of the period, we went over the answers for the remaining chapters on the physics review. Students spent the rest of class reviewing the two remaining chapters of the year on chemistry and earth science. (2 handouts available)
Thursday, Jun 15th: After students went over their answers in their table partners, we discussed the answers as a class. The rest of the period was spent on the remaining chapters in physics: 5 and 12. (Handout available - the same one as last class)
Tuesday, Jun 13th: The class handed in their earth science posters at the beginning of class before we went over the answers for the first section of the biology review. The Chapter 7 tests were also handed back and the rest of the time was a work period as students finished off their biology review packs and began their physics review. As we wanted to maximize study time, the answers to the chapter 9 study guide have been posted on Google classroom. (Handout available)
Friday, Jun 9th: We started off the day by marking the 9.2 and 9.3 CYU questions. The rest of the period was devoted to study time. Students worked on the Chapter 9 study guide and got started on the Unit A biology review package. (Handout available)
Wednesday, Jun 7th: We started the period by finishing off the section on earthquakes. The class had time to write down some vocabulary terms before we continued with the last section of the year on volcanoes. Students spent the end of the class working on CYU 9.2 and 9.3. (Handout available)
(All previous science tests were handed back today. Remember, these are great resources to help you study/review for the final)
Monday, Jun 5th: After reviewing plate tectonics and the different types of boundaries, the students explained their answers to a nearby partner. We went over the CYU questions together and the class was given back their dissections labs and we reviewed the expectations. Together we read 9.2 (handout available).
(All previous science tests were handed back today. Remember, these are great resources to help you study/review for the final)
Thursday, Jun 1st: The class was introduced to the last chapter of the year today on Earth science. As these topics are from the new curriculum, we will not be using our textbooks. Our specific topic today was plate tectonics and what happens at different boundaries based on the plates involved and the interaction between the plates. (Handout available)
Friday, May 26th: No class today since you were all running, jumping, and/or throwing at your track and field meet.
Wednesday, May 24th: The day was mostly devoted to review. The class went over the worksheet on atoms and reviewed how to find the density of both regular and irregular shapes. The rest of the period was time for students to work on their Study Guide for practice. These can be found on Google Classroom.
Friday, May 19th: We went over the Reading Check 7.2 and after discussing the main ideas for 7.1, students reviewed the section with another reading check. Finally, we covered the last section in this short chapter with a PowerPoint on atoms. (Handout available)
Wednesday, May 17th: The period began with students marking the Calculating Density worksheet. The class reviewed what we have learned so far in the chapter and had some time to complete two different reading checks.
Monday, May 15th: The class went over the answers to the 7.1 workbook before recording the last three vocabulary terms for the chapter. We finished reading 7.2 and the class started practicing calculating density. (Handout available)
Thursday, May 11th: The class reviewed the main topics studied in 7.1 and we watched several short videos to help visualize what happens to matter during temperature change. Students spent some time completing a workbook before we moved on to the next section. (2 handouts available)
Tuesday, May 9th: We marked the worksheet on the video watched last class and reviewed what we have learned in section 7.1 so far. We just had time to finish off the section and complete notes.
Tuesday, May 2nd: The Chapter 12 tests were handed back today and we went over the answers as a class. They were recollected since there will not be a science class for another week. Students will get them on Tuesday, (the 9th), to take home to get signed. We finished watching a video on the three states of matter and ended the day with some vocabulary.
Friday, Apr 28th: After students handed in their lab write-ups, we moved on to Chapter 7 where we reviewed the particle model of matter and were introduced to the Kinetic Molecular Theory. The class ended with a start to a video on the three states of matter. (2 Handouts available)
Wednesday, Apr 26th: The class spent the beginning of the period writing their Chapter 12 test. When they were finished, students worked on their dissection labs.
Monday, Apr 24th: The day was spent on review for Wednesday's Chapter 12 test. After time for partner review, we went over the Review questions on Google Classrooms. The class tried out some questions in PearDeck and we ended with another eye diagram for practice. The answers for the diagram are available in the handout section.
Wednesday, Apr 19th: We started by looking at the Corrective Lenses activity and going over the answers as a class. After explaining the rational for marks on the Optical Devices assignment, students had time to work on their Chapter 12 Review. Don't forget, your chapter 12 test will be on Wednesday, the 26th.
Thursday, Apr 13th: We spent the entire class completing the sheep eyeball dissection. When students were finished, they worked on their lab write-up.
Tuesday, Apr 11th: We marked the last CYU in chapter 12, (12.4), and the class watched a short video summarizing the concepts we have learned in this chapter of optics. The class was then given their lab handouts for Thursday's dissection. After going through the steps of the lab we watched a demo of the dissection to prepare for Thursday's class.
Friday, Apr 7th: We began class by marking the worksheet on the parts of the eye and their functions as well as the 12.2 CYU we missed last class. There was some time for everyone to finish the last 4 vocabulary words of the chapter before we read the last section. We ended with a little work time. The class was also given permission forms to be signed for the eyeball dissection. (Handout available).
Wednesday, Apr 5th: Vocabulary was marked for completion and students handed in their 12.2 worksheets and CYU questions. The class was given a worksheet on the parts of the eye and their functions to complete in pairs. After marking the 12.1 and 12.2 CYU, the class was given their next homework assignment on eye defects and corrective lenses. There was time at the end of class to work on these diagrams.
(2 handouts available. The worksheet on the eye is in two parts)
Monday, Apr 3rd: Students handed in their signed tests and 12.1 worksheets. We reviewed the concepts from last class before we read 12.2. The rest of the time was a work period to finish the 12.2 worksheet, the CYU questions and the 6 new vocabulary terms. (Handout available)
Thursday, Mar 30th: Lab write-ups for the reflection lab were handed back today. We went over expectations and considerations for future reports. The class then read about the human eye and how it compares to a camera in section 12.1 of the booklet. Students tried to find their blind spots and made observations of the eye as it adapts to changing light. There was time at the end of the period to work on completing the vocabulary and 12.1 worksheet. (Handout available)
Tuesday, Mar 28th: We started the class with spring break stories and followed by reviewing the main topics of chapter 5. Tests were handed back and we went over the answers as a class. We will be moving on to the next topic in optics, but this will be done using the printed out package handed in class. The period ended with a video of a cow eyeball dissection.
Wednesday, Mar 1st: The first portion of the period was dedicated to the chapter 5 test. Students were then introduced to their new assignment on optical devices. There wasn't much more time than to read through the instructions/requirements and distribute the topics.
Monday, Feb 27th: The class began with students pairing up and going over and explaining their answers to the review questions. We ended the day with some practice questions and a video on pseudoscience.
Thursday, Feb 23rd: After going over the 5.3 workbook on lenses, the class began review for the Chapter 5 test. Students were able to get a good start on their review questions on G. classroom as was as look over vocabulary.
Tuesday, Feb 21st: We began by marking the CYU from 5.3 and reviewing the topics from the section. For another resource, another workbook was handed out for lenses. We will be preparing for the Chapter 5 test in our next few lessons.
Wednesday, Feb 15th: After some review of the past concepts studied, we read through the final topic of the chapter. Students were given time at the end of the day to work through 5.3 Check Your Understanding questions in Google Classroom.
Friday, Feb 10th: We started the class by going over past homework after students were given some time to compare answers. To get a better understanding of how the curvature of a concave mirror affects its reflection, we completed an activity creating reflection diagrams. We will continue on to the final section in chapter 5 next class.
Wednesday, Feb 8th: We spent the day going over past homework and reviewing the topics from 5.2. The class completed an activity looking into plane mirrors and the image that they produce. There was a partner activity about the history of mirrors. We ended with time to work and everyone a summary package for 5.2.
Thursday, Feb 2nd: The class read about light and mirrors in section 5.2 today. Following some notes, they took time to look at themselves in three different types of mirrors: plane, concave, and convex.
Tuesday, Jan 31st: After some review of the concepts covered in chapter 5, the class went over the 5.1 Applying Knowledge worksheet. Students then took some time to read over the procedure for their labs to ensure that their diagrams made sense. As a class, we discussed why errors in measurement might have resulted.
Monday, Jan 30th: After looking through the instructions for the 5-5 lab on the Law of Reflection, students worked in pairs to complete their labs. I was very impressed with how engaged the class was and how great their diagrams look! We will continue the write-up for this lab next class so that questions can be answered.
Wednesday, Jan 25th: The chapter 4 tests were given back today, and we went over the answers as a class. After marking the 5.1 CYU, the class was given some time to practice setting up their experiments for our upcoming lab on reflection.
Monday, Jan 23rd: The class spent the day reviewing concepts from section 5.1 both in Google Classroom and with a small package of worksheets.
Thursday, Jan 19th: There seemed to be good recollection of the covered material in our initial review at the start of class. We went over the answers to Reading Check 5.1a before students did a material hunt for transparent, translucent, and opaque items. After completing the chapter, the class was able to work on Reading Check 5.1b.
Tuesday, Jan 17th: The class went over the answers from the Bill Nye video on optics for another resource for studying the upcoming material. We have now started chapter 5 and read 5.1 up to the end of p. 173. There was time at the end of the day for students to complete the 5.1a Reading Check.
Friday, Jan 13th: The lesson started with the chapter 4 quiz. When the class had completed their tests, we previewed some of the main topics of the next chapter with a Bill Nye video.
Wednesday, Jan 11th: After getting into groups to review the homework, the class went over the answers to the CYU questions. We ended the day with some practice questions on Pear Deck.
Monday, Jan 9th: The rubric for the "lab": To Catch a Waveform was handed back to day. We reviewed the requirements for each section as well as the answers as a class. We also took a further look at one last idea related to colour, and the class was given the rest of the period to work on review questions for chapter 4.
Thursday, Jan 5th: With a big break between classes, we spent the day reviewing the topics covered in chapter 4. Students did a great job recalling the main ideas in each section. We finished off the period with an activity illustrating the electromagnetic spectrum. Because of the type of file the spectrum activity is on, I cannot add it to handouts. Please come and see me to pick up the sheets if you missed class.
Thursday, Dec 15th: The class began by going over the answers to the 4.2 Reading Check activity. When this was complete, we looked at the final topic for chapter 4: The Electromagnetic Spectrum.
Friday, Dec 9th: We began the day by going over the 4.1 Reading Check before moving on to the next section, 4.2, on the spectrum of visible light.
Wednesday, Dec 7th: The class revisited the lab they conducted last period and discussed the purpose of the experiment, their results, and possible errors. We went over the 4.1 handout on waves before watching a Bill Nye video. The rest of class time was used for students to complete a Reading Check for section 4.1 on Google Classroom.
Thursday, Dec 1st: After a review of waves, frequency, amplitude, and wavelength, students completed a worksheet summarizing these concepts in their table pairs. The rest of the class was spent working on a lab that focused on the relationship between frequency and wavelength.
Tuesday, Nov 29th: Today, we began looking at the next unit in science: Optics. The class did a great job participating in a demo on waves that we did at the start of the lesson, and we read about amplitude, wavelength, and frequency.
Tuesday, Nov 22nd: The class received their Chapter 3 tests back today. After some time for corrections, we went over the answers together. Students began practice with vocabulary terms from our new unit in Chapter 4: the properties of light.
Friday, Nov 18th: The majority of class was spent on the chapter 3 quiz. At the end of class, we completed a quick simulation of transmitting disease by "shaking hands".
Wednesday, Nov 16th: We started the lesson with a review of some key ideas from Chapter 3. The remainder of the time was spent answering questions from the study worksheet on Google Classroom.
Monday, Nov 14th: After completing the reading of section 3.2, the class began to review and study for Friday's Chapter 3 quiz on the immune system and factors affecting the immune system.
Tuesday, Nov 8th: We started the day with a recap of common allergies and symptoms one might experience if they have allergies. We then took notes while reading about the history of vaccines and what vaccines are. Students were given some time at the end of class to work on their projects.
Friday, Nov 4th: We began the day by going over the Immunity/Castle Analogy. After some review of the major concepts from chapter 3, we started looking at factors that affect the immune system by considering what we already know about allergies. Students had some time at the end of class to work on their research projects.
Wednesday, Nov 2nd: The class started with a review of the Reading Check for 3.1. We then reviewed the major concepts of the section before comparing the immune system to a castle in an analogy to help understanding. Finally, the class was introduced to an independent project on infectious diseases. The information is in Google Classroom, but I will also include the instruction sheet in the "Handouts" section.
Monday, Oct 31st: After some review, students were given some time to finish off the rest of the definitions from the 3.1 before we finished reading sections. Cell rubrics were also returned today.
Thursday, Oct 27th: The class had a quick review of our brief introduction to chapter 3 last day. We then read about, and wrote notes on, the transmission of infectious diseases and the body's first and second line of defense.
Tuesday, Oct 25th: The chapter 1 tests were handed back today, and we spent time going over the answers as a group. Because chapter 2 is no longer in the curriculum, we began looking at chapter 3 by discussing some infectious diseases the class has heard about, and why this is an important concept to study.
Thursday, Oct 20th: The class used the majority of the period to write their Chapter 1 test. We ended the day by looking at Osmosis and the Egg.
Tuesday, Oct 18th: Today was a review class for our upcoming test. Students got into pairs and compared their answers on the study guide before we went over the answers as a class. We also used Pear Deck to try out some multiple choice questions as a class.
Friday, Oct 14th: We went over the homework on diffusion and permeable membranes at the start of class. The rest of the time, students worked on completing their Chapter 1 Study Guides on Google Classrooms.
Wednesday, Oct 12th: We marked the homework comparing prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells before reviewing what we learned last class about diffusion. We finished off the section after reading about osmosis. Our next class will focus on review to prepare for the chapter one test scheduled for Tuesday.
Wednesday, Oct 5th: At the start of period, the class reviewed both processes of cellular respiration and photosynthesis. We reviewed the importance of the cell theory and the difference between eukaryotic and prokaryotic cells. We were also able to get a start on the next section on diffusion.
Monday, Oct 3rd: As a class, we marked the homework on the functions of each of the organelles. We then took some time to consider how a school is like a school. The class finished reading 1.2 today and were asked to create diagrams illustrating both the reactions of photosynthesis and cellular respiration.
Thursday, Sept 29th: Class was cut a bit short due to photos, but we were able to make a start to section 1.2: Cells. We have now read through the organelles found in an animal cell and are considering analogies to help learn/remember their functions.
Tuesday, Sept 27th: A large number of assignments were returned today including the quiz on section 1.1, and the class went over the answers together so that corrections could be made. We followed this with an activity recalling the organelles present in cells. We will continue this topic next class and look at analogies to help us remember the function of each organelle.
Friday, Sept 23rd: The lesson began with a quiz on section 1.1. The remainder of the class was spent on a microscope lab on making a wet mount and observing prepared slides.
Wednesday, Sept 21st: To start, the class reviewed the 5 Characteristics of Living Things. They compared a human and a flame using these characteristics to determine if each were alive and why. We finished reading through section 1.1 on the compound light microscope before the students completed the section summaries in pairs.
Monday, Sept 19th: Today, the class completed the Living or Non-Living? investigation before making a start to chapter 1 and the characteristics of living things. The students recorded each point on a worksheet with an accompanying illustration to help remember the facts.
Wednesday, Sept 14th: My apologies for the lateness of this entry. Yesterday, we completed the introduction to the course with safety in the science classroom with the WHMIS symbols. After reading the Unit opener, we began an investigation comparing two samples to discover if they were living or non-living.
Monday, September 12th: After some feedback to our first week of school, the class was introduced to their first project: a safety poster.
Tuesday, September 6th: Today was a very quick class in science where we looked at the course overview and textbooks were signed out.
Wednesday, Jun 21st: Please do your best to do as much of the packages on Chemistry and Earth Science for Wednesday. (Aim to complete one package).
Please start compiling and reviewing your past notes/worksheets to prepare for the final exam.
Monday, Jun 19th: Please complete the physics review package on chapter 5 (Optical Systems: mirrors and lenses) and chapter 6 (Human vision).
Thursday, Jun 15th: Please complete the Biology review package, (on Chapter 3: immunity), as well as the first section of the Physics review on (Chapter 4: light).
Tuesday, Jun 13th: If you weren't able to in class, complete the chapter 9 study guide. Please also complete the first section Unit A: Biology review package including all chapter 1 sections.
Earth science posters due.
Thursday, Jun 9th: Please complete the Check Your Understanding questions for both 9.2 and 9.3 on Google Classroom. The vocabulary for 9.3 is also due (volcano, cinder cone volcano, volcanic neck, erupts, shield volcano, sill, dormant, hot spot, dike, vent, and composite volcano)
A reminder - Your Earth science posters are due on June 13th. (Instructions are on Google Classroom).
Wednesday, Jun 7th: Please complete the 10 vocabulary terms for next class. They are: (9.2 -earthquake, fault, seismic waves, primary waves, secondary waves, surface waves, focus, epicenter, seismograph, seismograph, Richter scale).
Monday, Jun 5th: Please complete the 9.1 CYU questions as well as the 7 vocabulary from the section for next class: (convergent boundary, divergent boundary, transform boundary, theory of plate tectonics, tectonics, subduction zone, trench)
Tuesday, May 30th: Review your notes and complete the Study guide for Friday night to prepare for Tuesday's test.
Start studying for chapter 7 test on Tuesday, (30th)
Wednesday, May 24th: Complete the 7.1 Reading Check for next class.
Friday, May 19th: Please complete both Reading Check 7.1 and 7.2 for next class.
Wednesday, May 17th: Please complete the Calculating Density practice for next class.
Monday, May 15th: Please complete the workbook on 7.1
Tuesday, May 9th: Please complete the vocabulary words for section 7.1. Along with the first 5, (which can be found below in passed assignments), there are 13 more terms: thermal expansion, thermal contraction, thermal energy, heat, temperature, melting, evaporation, condensation, solidification, sublimation, deposition, melting point, and boiling point.
Have your Progress Reports signed by your parents ASAP.
Tuesday, May 2nd: Please ensure that you have written the first few terms from the Chapter: matter, mass, volume, kinetic energy, and kinetic molecular theory.
Have your Progress Reports signed by your parents for next class.
Friday, Apr 28th: Please complete your lab write-ups on the eye dissection for next class. Remember to write in full sentences and explain your points.
Wednesday, Apr 26th: Chapter 12 test
Monday, Apr 24th: Please finish all of the Chapter 12 review questions on Google Classroom prior to next class. Continue studying for your chapter 12 test which is scheduled for Wednesday.
No homework - but please begin reviewing your notes for the chapter 12 test that will be coming up during the week of April 24-28th.
Thursday, Apr 13th: If you haven't already, you MUST bring in your dissection permission form before Thursday's dissection or you will not be able to participate in the lab.
Tuesday, Apr 11th: If you weren't able to in class, please complete the 12.4 CYU questions on Google Classroom and define the last 4 terms: additive colour mixing, primary light colours, secondary light colours, and complementary light colours. Your corrective lens diagrams are also due.
Hand in your signed dissection permission form ASAP - due
Tuesday 11th for Sc8B.
Friday, Apr 7th: Please complete the worksheet on the parts of the eye and their functions. A reminder that "iris" is used twice on the first page. (The corrective lenses activity will be due next week).
Wednesday, Apr 5th: Please finish the worksheet for 12.2 as well as the Check Your Understanding questions # 1, 3, and 4 on page 349 of the booklet. There are 6 vocabulary terms from this section: normal vision, refractive vision problems, myopia, hyperopia, astigmatism, and presbyopia.
If you haven't yet, please hand in your signed chapter 5 test.
Monday, Apr 3rd: If you weren't able to in class, complete the worksheet for 12.1 as well as the 10 vocabulary terms from the section: (sclera, cornea, pupil, iris, ciliary muscles, retina, rods, cones, optic nerve, and blind spot)
Please have your chapter 5 test corrected and signed by next class.
Wednesday, Mar 1st: Chapter 5 test.
Monday, Feb 27th: If you weren't able to in class, please finish the chapter 5 study questions. Continue reviewing your notes, vocabulary, and worksheets to prepare for Wednesday's test.
Thursday, Feb 23rd: Please complete the 5.3 workbook on lenses. You should also start reviewing your notes, worksheets, and vocab from the chapter to prepare for Wednesday's, (March 1st), test on chapter 5.
Tuesday, Feb 21st: Please finish the 5.3 CYU on Google Classroom for next class. If you haven't done so yet, please hand in your signed chapter 4 tests.
Wednesday, Feb 15th: Please complete the worksheet on concave mirrors.
Friday, Feb 10th: Please complete the three "Science Watch" questions on G. Classroom. You must also finish the whole package reviewing the concepts in 5.2 on mirrors
Monday, Feb 6th: Please complete the Reading Check for 5.2 along with the vocabulary terms, (Plane mirror, Concave mirror, Focal point, Converging, Convex mirror, and Diverging).
Thursday, Feb 2nd: Complete the Reflection Lab 5-5 and vocabulary from 5.1 for next class.
Wednesday, Jan 25th: Please complete the CYU 5.1 on Google Classroom as well as the 5.1 Applying Knowledge workbook for next class. Finally, please bring a protractor for next class.
Monday, Jan 23rd: Please complete Reading Check 5.1b for next class.
Thursday, Jan 19th: If you weren't able to in class, please complete the 5.1a Reading Check on Google Classroom. You can also get started on the 5.1 vocabulary as it will be due soon, most likely early next week.
Friday, Jan 13th: Please study for the upcoming test next class.
Wednesday, Jan 11th: Please complete the Chapter 4 review (Check Your Understanding) questions on Google Classroom. In order to give you time to complete these questions and study, the electromagnetic spectrum activity is no longer due.
Monday, Jan 9th: Please complete the last vocabualry terms in 4.3. They are: (Radiant energy, Electromagnetic radiation, Radio waves, Microwaves, Radar, Infrared waves, Ultraviolet waves,
X rays, Gamma rays). You should also begin reviewing your notes to prepare for the chapter 4 test next week.
Tuesday, Dec 13th: Please ensure your worksheet on the visible spectrum, as well as the 6 vocabulary words from section 4.2 are complete for next class. (The terms are: Wave model of light, Light, Visible light, Refraction, Spectrum, Reflection).
Friday, Dec 9th: Please complete the assigned 4.1 Reading Check.
ASAP: If you haven't already, please hand in your signed chapter 3 test.
Monday, Dec 5nd: Please complete and submit your "Catch a Waveform" lab on Google Classroom by Friday's class.
Tuesday, Nov 29th: Please return your chapter 3 tests signed by your parents.
Complete the 12 vocabulary terms from 4.1. (The list is on the chapter 4 handout in the "Handouts" section)
Tuesday, Nov 22nd: Return your Progress Report signed by your parents.
Friday, Nov 18th: Don't forget to study for the upcoming quiz on Chapter 3.
Wednesday, Nov 16th: Complete the first 12 questions of the study worksheet on Google Classroom. Please don't forget to use full sentences for you answers.
You should continue the different topics you need to address in your project. There will be some time given in class to work on your essay or poster, but you will need to do some work at home. It is due on November 14.
Friday, Nov 4th: Please complete the last of your vocabulary words for chapter 3: Active immunity, allergen, allergy, and histamine. In total you should have 12 terms for the chapter, the previous word are: Antibody, antigen, immune system, pathogen, white blood cell, infection, infectious disease, innate immune response, acquired immune response, phagocytes, B-cells, and T-cells).
Wednesday, Nov 2nd: Complete all the assigned vocabulary terms and the Reading Check on page 106 of the textbook. The 6 new vocabulary terms are: infectious disease, innate immune response, acquired immune response, phagocytes, B-cells, and T-cells.
Thursday, Oct 27th: Bring back your signed and corrected test for next class.
Thursday, Oct 20th: Please study for Thursday's Chapter 1 test on cells.
Tuesday, Oct 18th: Please complete the Chapter 1 Study Guide on Google Classroom before our next class. I have added the file in the "handouts" section as well.
Your 3D cells are also due Tuesday.
Friday, Oct 14th: Please complete the two worksheets on Diffusion and Cellular Membranes.
Wednesday, Oct 12th: Complete the Venn diagram comparing prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells.
Wednesday, Oct 5th: Complete the two diagrams illustrating the process of photosynthesis and cellular respiration. You can use the figures on page 26 and 30 as guides.
Monday, Oct 3rd: Complete the "function" column of your worksheet on 1.2: Cells. Give a go at the school analogy, but don't worry if you are unsure.
Tuesday, Sept 27th: Complete your vocabulary definitions and the two Reading Checks for 1.1.
Friday, Sept 23rd: Don't forget to study for Friday's quiz on 1.1
Wednesday, Sept 21st: Please complete the worksheet listing the 5 Characteristics of Living Things with their accompanying illustrations.
Monday, Sept 19th: Because of the change in scheduling, you now have an extension on your Safety poster.
Please also finish your WHMIS worksheet by finding two products in your household containing safety symbols. Under your kitchen or washroom sinks is a good place to start.