How can we
use Lab
Tools?
Grade 5
Microscope
Used to see very
small objects
(make them
larger)
Thermometer
Used to measure
the temperature
of things.
Graduated cylinder
Used to measure
volume very
accurately.
Measuring tape
Used to measure
length or distance.
Digital balance
Used to measure
weight.
Funnel
Used to pour
liquids into
containers with
small openings or
to hold filter paper
Stop watch
Used to measure
the length of
time.
Dropper
Use to drop very
small amounts of
liquids.
Using your knowledge of the previous
lab tools
• Identify and correctly use the lab tools to
measure the following:
1) Fri...
Compass
Used to
determine
direction.
Goggles
Keep your eyes
safe.
Test tubes
Used to heat
small amounts of
liquids.
Test tube brush
Used to clean
test tubes.
Test tube rack
Used to hold test
tubes when we
do not need
them.
Test tube holder
Used to hold test
tubes when they
are hot.
Beaker
Wide mouth
container used
to move, heat or
store liquids.
Spatula
Used to move
small amount of
solid and powders
from place to
place.
Conical flask
A narrow
mouthed
container used to
move, heat or
store substances.
Hand lens
Used to magnify
small objects.
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Lab tools

  1. 1. How can we use Lab Tools? Grade 5
  2. 2. Microscope Used to see very small objects (make them larger)
  3. 3. Thermometer Used to measure the temperature of things.
  4. 4. Graduated cylinder Used to measure volume very accurately.
  5. 5. Measuring tape Used to measure length or distance.
  6. 6. Digital balance Used to measure weight.
  7. 7. Funnel Used to pour liquids into containers with small openings or to hold filter paper
  8. 8. Stop watch Used to measure the length of time.
  9. 9. Dropper Use to drop very small amounts of liquids.
  10. 10. Using your knowledge of the previous lab tools • Identify and correctly use the lab tools to measure the following: 1) Friends height 2) Amount of water in the cup 3) Drop 10 drops of water 4) Measure the waters temperature 5) Weight your pencil case 6) Measure how much time you will take to do the above measurements.
  11. 11. Compass Used to determine direction.
  12. 12. Goggles Keep your eyes safe.
  13. 13. Test tubes Used to heat small amounts of liquids.
  14. 14. Test tube brush Used to clean test tubes.
  15. 15. Test tube rack Used to hold test tubes when we do not need them.
  16. 16. Test tube holder Used to hold test tubes when they are hot.
  17. 17. Beaker Wide mouth container used to move, heat or store liquids.
  18. 18. Spatula Used to move small amount of solid and powders from place to place.
  19. 19. Conical flask A narrow mouthed container used to move, heat or store substances.
  20. 20. Hand lens Used to magnify small objects.
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