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Holding Hands with Household Materials I know you find the topic very simple.

But in this topic, you will apply what you have learned in matter in real-life. You will familiarize yourself with many household materials and learn to handle them properly. By the end, you should be able to: C-classify household materials according to their uses; H-handle them properly A-apply what you have learned in first aids in case of accidents; O-observed caution and practice responsibility and; S-spread the information of what you have learned. How should household materials be classified and handled? What materials do you need at home? What are their uses? How do you handle them? Household materials are more useful if you classify and handle them properly. There are many of these materials at home. At times, you don’t know where to place them. Here, you’ll learn some tips on how to classify them. You’ll also be able to learn how to handle them by just merely recognizing its chemical compositions and other characteristics. Generally, household materials can be classified based on their uses. They should be handled properly for safety reasons. What should be done in case of accidents? Sometimes, household materials are not handled properly and accidents happen. Here, you’ll also be able to learn some first-aid techniques that can be applied in case of: • • • • • • • Poisoning Minor Burns Serious Burns Fainting Fire Foreign body in the eye Wounds

Some household materials are dangerous. Mishandling these materials may cause accidents. In case of accidents, it is important to practice first-aid.

How to Classify Household Materials There are many household materials at home. At times, we are confused where to place them. Here are some tips on how to classify them. Tip no. 1 Look around the house and make a list of all materials you see. Identify also its use. Here’s an example. Household Materials 1. Soap 2. Toothpaste 3. Salt 4. Cooking Oil 5. Face Powder 6. Fertilizer 7. Glue 8. Insecticide 9. Shampoo 10. Band-aid 11. Vinegar 12. Lotion 13. Garden Tools 14. Detergent 15. Alcohol Use Cleaning Cleaning Cooking Cooking Cosmetic Gardening Repairing Killing insects Cooking Cleaning First-aid Cosmetic Gardening Cleaning First-iad

Tip no. 2 Group the materials according to the use. Here’s an example: Cooking 1. Salt 2. Cooking oil 3. Vinegar 4. Killing insects 1. Insecticides Gardening 1. Fertilizer 2. Garden Tools Cleaning 1. Soap 2. Toothpaste 3. Shampoo 4. Detergent Repairing 1. Glue First-aid 1. Band-aid 2. Alcohol Cosmetics 1. Powder 2. Lotion

You’re done! Next, you’ll find out where to place and how to handle them properly.

How to Handle Household Materials 1. Place liquid materials in a clean, covered container to prevent evaporation. 2. Solid materials used for cooking should also be placed in covered containers or wrapped. This is to prevent foreign objects or insects from contaminating them. 3. Solids that melt easily should be stored in a cool place. 4. Other solid materials should also be wrapped properly to prevent contamination. 5. Identify materials that are dangerous or hazardous or poisonous. Put labels like: a. Flammable-these are the materials that easily catch fire. b. Poisonous-these are materials that cause harm or death when taken in. 6. Observe safety rules and caution in handling household materials. 7. Do not keep flammable materials in closed rooms or near a fire. 8. Keep dangerous materials out of children’s reach. Sometimes, simple mistakes cause accidents. Though we know it, we still commit errors incautiously because we tend to forget. Here are some other simple but important tips in order to avoid accidents: 1. Put out a lighted matchstick before throwing. 2. Do not hang clothes near an open stove. 3. Do not place fragile or hot objects near the edge of a stove or a table where it may fall. 4. Use protective materials when handling hot objects. 5. Do not place lighted candles near curtains or flammable materials. 6. Do not play with sharp and protected objects.

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