I’m not a teacher.
There is a plain term concerning the matter in question-namely “shavings” (“pencil shavings”).
Watch the shavings coming out of the sharpener.
Shavings come off the pencil in an unbroken curl, no sawdust or crumbs, no broken leads.
A chip collector chamber is formed within the interior of the casing to receive shavings removed from the pencil during sharpening thereof.
The pencil shavings are held in a removable tray.
Shavings fall away from the blade and into a plastic dome 16 hingedly attached to the side of the pencil sharpener. The shavings can be emptied from the dome at a later time.
Hinged cover prevents shavings from spilling ...
The sharpening action will result in pencil shavings being expelled through…..
Student or Learner