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Science Jeopardy. back. What do we call this?. Answer. back. Beaker. back. What are these?. Answer. back. Test Tubes. back. What is this?. Answer. back. Test Tube Holder. back. What are these?. Answer. back. Goggles. back. What is this?. Answer. back. Coverslip. back.

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What do we call this?

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Beaker

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What are these?

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Test Tubes

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What is this?

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Test Tube Holder

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What are these?

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Goggles

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What is this?

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Coverslip

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How many variables

are tested in a valid

experiment?

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one

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What is the first step

of the scientific

method?

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Tell the problem

or state the question

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Why should you repeat

your experiment?

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So you can compare results and make sure the first result wasn’t an accident

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What is the difference between an independent and dependent variable?

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Independent is the variable the scientist wants to test. The dependent variables is the result of the IV.

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What is a variable?

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Something that can

change a result

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Why do you wear

goggles in a lab?

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To protect your eyes

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What should you do if

you have an accident

in the lab?

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Clean up the mess immediately, unless there is broken glass…then tell an adult

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Why can’t you eat or

drink in the lab?

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The food or drink will ruin the experiment if it gets in the experiment. You may get chemicals in your food or drink which can make you

sick.

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Why can’t you

“horseplay” in

the lab?

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You may cause an accident.

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What should you

do if you’re not

sure about the lab

procedures?

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Ask the teacher what to do.

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How old are

scientists?

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All ages

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What ethnicity are

scientists?

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Scientists are from

all ethnic groups.

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Are scientists males

or females?

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Scientists can

be either one!

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What are scientists?

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Scientists are people that try to explain how or why something works or is.

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Where do scientists

work?

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They work everywhere. They work in a lab, classroom, outside, and in industry.

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What is this?

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Microscope

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What is this?

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Funnel

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What is this?

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Graduated Cylinder

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What is this?

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Tweezers

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What is this?

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