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Reading Medicine Labels - Unit 1 - Functional Reading - Life Skills

Reading Medicine Labels - Unit 1 - Functional Reading - Life Skills

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Explore the World of Over-the-Counter Medications! This comprehensive resource introduces students to a variety of real over-the-counter medications commonly found in local pharmacies, grocery stores, and homes. Through close examination of medicine labels, students gain vital insights and understanding. With diverse medication types like A.M. & P.M. dosages, pills, syrups, and chewable tablets, they'll be equipped to make informed decisions. Uncover essential information such as treatment indications, duration, and dosage strength, empowering students with valuable health literacy skills for life. Get ready to elevate learning and health awareness with our engaging OTC medication resource!

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This download includes:

  • 12 different medicine labels
  • 2 levels
  • A color & black and white set
  • Teacher answer key
  • Suggested follow up activities

Level 1 - Cut & Paste - Simpler Questions

  • 12 worksheets with 60 questions (5 questions per page)

Level 2 - Write in the Answer - More Complex Questions

  • 12 worksheets with 72 questions (6 questions per page)

24 different worksheets and 132 questions per set.

A total of 48 different worksheets.

This resource is designed to expose students to a variety of real over the counter medications that they would find in their local pharmacies, grocery stores, general merchandise retailer or even in their medicine cabinets at home. Students will read the medicine labels closely and answer questions to show understanding. This resource introduces medications that are taken at different times of day (A.M. & P.M.), different ways to take medications (pill, syrup, chewable tablet), and where to look to find out important information such as what the medication treats, how long the medication works for, and what strength the dosage is.

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