Here You Will Learn About Carving


1.Ask a teacher if you can use the tools.

2.Always wear safety goggles and gloves when using carving tools.

3.Be careful to keep your hands away for the sharp edges.

4.Don't leave tools on when done with them.

5.Make sure to make a sign so everyone knows not to touch yet.

6.Make sure area is clean.

Carving Can Hurt You

When you are using a blade or a another sharp object when you carving keep them away from your hands. Also don't put it near your head because if you get cut you will get stiches. Also don't point the sharp object at another student either or you get in trouble and they'll get stiches. So remember carving with sharp object can hurt you or someone near you.


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