How to be safe around electricity micro-lesson
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Electricity is very helpful. It is used to power many household items including light bulbs, video consoles, and fridges. As well as being very helpful, it can also be very dangerous. Here are some tips to remember in order to stay safe. Never put fingers, toys, or other objects into an electrical socket. Do not place electrical devices such as hair dryers near bathtubs or showers. Electricity and water are dangerous partners. When on a computer or video console, never place drinks on your device. They could easily spill, ruin your device and maybe give you a nasty shock. Lastly, stay away from places marked with warning signs. These places are very dangerous even for adults.
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Electrical devices should be used near water. True or false?1) False2) TRUE
Electricity is not dangerous for adults. True or false?1) False2) TRUE
Hazard signs should be ignored. True or false?1) False2) True
It is not safe to put toys into electrical sockets. True or false?1) True2) FALSE
When on a device such as a video console, drinks should be kept away from the device. True or false?1) True2) FALSE
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