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Grade 6 Lab Practices and Tools
You are doing a science experiment and spill chemicals on the table. You
  1. clean it up immediately.
  2. ask your friend to clean it up.
  3. tell the teacher immediately.
  4. tell the teacher at the end of class.
Grade 6 Lab Practices and Tools
Grade 6 Lab Practices and Tools
Which tool measures length?
  1. measuring cup
  2. balance
  3. meter stick
  4. petri dish
Grade 6 Lab Practices and Tools
Amanda is using a microscope to view prepared slides of cells. What is important to remember when using a microscope?
  1. Wear safety goggles when carrying the microscope.
  2. Use both hands when carrying the microscope.
  3. Only carry the microscope when your friend says it's okay.
Grade 6 Lab Practices and Tools
When working with liquids, you should be
  1. sitting down squarely in your seat so you don't wobble around too much.
  2. standing up, so you can quickly move out of the way if there is a spill.
Grade 6 Lab Practices and Tools
During a laboratory experiment, your lab group runs out of a mystery element you are testing. Your teacher is helping another lab group, but you notice that the supply room door is open. What should you do?
  1. Sneak into the supply room and get some more of the element. Do not tell the teacher because you were not doing anything wrong, and there was not a reason to worry your teacher.
  2. Walk into the supply room and get some more of the element. Then tell the teacher what you have done when he is finished helping the other group.
  3. Raise your hand, and wait for the teacher to help you.
Grade 6 Lab Practices and Tools
Before starting an investigation or lab procedure, you should:
  1. try an experiment of your own
  2. open all containers and packages
  3. read all directions and make sure you understand them
  4. handle all the equipment to become familiar with it
Grade 6 Lab Practices and Tools
Grade 6 Lab Practices and Tools
What helps you stay safe when doing science activities in the laboratory?
  1. running when something goes wrong
  2. telling the teacher
  3. reading the instructions quickly
  4. good preparation
Grade 6 Lab Practices and Tools
Grade 6 Lab Practices and Tools
Grade 6 Lab Practices and Tools
If a fire erupts, immediately
  1. notify the teacher.
  2. run for the fire extinguisher.
  3. throw water on the fire and notify the teacher.
  4. open the windows.
Grade 6 Lab Practices and Tools
The object shown would be most useful for
Lab Tool - Safety Glasses
  1. protecting eyes
  2. transferring liquids
  3. magnifying objects
  4. measuring temperature
Grade 6 Lab Practices and Tools
Finding the mass of an object is done by using a
  1. graduated cylinder
  2. beaker
  3. meter stick
  4. balance scale
Grade 6 Lab Practices and Tools
Grade 6 Lab Practices and Tools
Grade 6 Lab Practices and Tools
When wearing eye protection as instructed by your teacher, when can you take it off?
  1. Once the Bunsen burner is turned off.
  2. Only when ALL practical work, including clearing away, is finished.
  3. Whenever you need to in order to see better.
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