Get a mop and clean the water
Tell her teacher about the accident
Pick up the glass carefully
Continue working on her project
Eating food in the lab might distract other students from doing their work.
Eating food in the lab is dangerous, since there's chemicals and bacteria that might contaminate it.
Eating food in the lab will make other students hungry.
The food might get eaten by the teacher's pets.
If you break something, you must clean it up.
Always follow the teacher's direction.
If you don't understand what you need to do next, ask questions.
Never play around in the lab.
Joe needs copy exactly what his friends are doing.
Joe needs to guess what he needs to do next.
Joe needs to start the activity again.
Joe needs to ask the teacher what he needs to do next.
You should start working on your experiment
You should touch the equipment to see what it does
You must sit quietly and wait for your teacher to give instructions
You must talk to your classmates to see what you need to do next
Ask the teacher if you may drink the water
Smell the liquid to see if it's water
Ask your classmates to see if it belongs to anyone else
None of the above. You may not drink anything in the science lab.
Working with chemicals.
Working with sharp objects.
When working with sand.
All of the above.
Thank the teacher for allowing you to touch the pets.
Tell your classmates how the pet felt.
Wash your hands.
Work on your experiment.