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What should you do if you don't understand what to do in an experiment? ask the teacher
What are four things you should not do during a science experiment unless the teacher tells you to? Eat, drink, taste or inhale anything
You should keep your hands away from where during an experiment? face, eyes and mouth
What should you do if you want to try an experiment on your own? ask the teacher
Who should you tell if you have an accident or injury? teacher
What should you do if you see something or someone being unsafe? Tell the teacher
What should you do with materials after an experiment? return back to the proper location and leave your area as you found it
Name five science safety rules. 1)follow instructions 2) tell teacher of any injuries or accidents 3) don't taste, eat, drink or inhale anything 4)ask a teacher if you want to try experiment on your own 5) tell teacher if you see something unsafe 6) return materials when done and
Name the measurement tools used in science. spring scale, beaker, cylinder, stop watch, balance, ruler, syringe, mass and weight, test tube
Name the safety tools. gloves, goggles, apron, test tube?
Name the other tools used in experiments. apron, microscope, hot plate, compass, funnel, hand lens--overlap with measurement: syringe, mass, weight, stop watch, balance, ruler
Step 1 of scientific method choose a problem
How should you state the problem? as a question
Step 2 of scientific method Research your problem
How could you research a problem? read, get advice, make observations
Step 3 of scientific method Develop a hypothesis
What is a hypothesis? prediction about what you think will happen
Step 4 of scientific method Design an experiment-plan how you will test your hypothesis
Step 5 of scientific method Test your hypothesis
How should you test your hypothesis? conduct the experiment and record the results
Step 6 of scientific method Organize your data
How could you organize your data? Create a chart or graph of your data
Step 7 or scientific method Draw conclusions-analyze your data and summarize your findings
Created by: kimellis