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5th and 6th Grade Safety Scenarios
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Terms in this set (10)
Teacher not in the room . Jake began weighing chemicals and touching them with his hands. His nose itched, so he rubbed it.
Never work alone in the laboratory. Never perform activities that are not authorized by your teacher.
Heather was absent when the investigation was discussed. She gathered materials and watched classmates to see what to do, not taking the time to read the directions.
Read all directions for an investigation several times. Follow the directions exactly as they are written.
Sam heats a test tube. No safety goggles since he was wearing glasses. He slanted the tube away from his work area, but toward students on the opposite side of the table.
Glasses do not protect the side of your eyes. Open end of a test tube could injure a classmate if it boils over or spills.
Cindy broke test tube. She picked up glass pieces and she dumped them into the wastebasket.
Notify the teacher immediately, and the glass should go in the glass disposal.
Papers on Sam's desk caught on fire. He ran to show his teacher.
Do not run in class. Move back carefully from fire, let teacher know immediately and leave class if necessary.
Mike had chemical left from investigation. He dumped chemical in the sink and left the water running in the sink as he left class.
Not all chemicals are safe to dispose of down the sink. Follow the teacher's disposal directions.
Diana was going to be late to next class. She rushes to put away materials, leaving some materials on the lab table.
Always completely clean your lab station before you leave class.
Gina didn't pay attention when teacher explained about safety. She thought to herself, "I'll never need that."
Everyone should be aware of safety rules, in case an accident happens.
Martha is thirsty. She rinses a beaker with water, refills it with water, and takes a drink.
Chemicals may be left over in a beaker, or on lab tables that can be harmful if ingested.
While washing some glassware, Mike splashes some water on Justin. To get even, Justin splashes him back.
Students should act in a responsible manner at all times in the lab.
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