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Our School is Like a Cell
A Bag Full of Organelles
Group Super Cell - Plant
Group Super Cell – Animal
Let’s Take a CELL-fie
If Organelles Could Talk
Our School is Like a Cell
Students will complete a worksheet that compares parts
This is an interactive PowerPoint on the structure and functions of plant cells.
Included are a Plant Cell Structures and Functions PowerPoint, a plant cell diagram blackline, a plant cell vocabulary sheet, and an animal and plant cell compare and contrast graphic organizer.
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This is an interactive PowerPoint on the structure and functions of animal cells.
Included are an Animal Cell Structures and Functions PowerPoint, an animal cell diagram blackline, an animal cell vocabulary sheet, and an animal and plant cell compare and contrast graphic organizer.
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This is a bundle that includes both of the interactive PowerPoints on the structure and functions of plant cells and animal cells.
Included are a Plant Cell Structures and Functions PowerPoint, an Animal Structures and Functions PowerPoint,a plant cell diagram blackline, an animal cell diagram blac
No prep, just print in black and white! No pricy color inks, laminating, or assembly required. Our Plant & Animal Cells: NO PREP Study Guides and Activity Quizzes are designed for middle & high school students (grades 7-10) in need of straightforward practice identifying organelles by both
Students will be playing to learn in a student- centered game called Prove It! They will be in groups trying to gather 4 of a kind (1 term, 1 definition, 1 analogy, and 1 picture).The first person with all 4 grabs a spoon and must PROVE IT by explaining the connection between their cards. If they ca
Cell Structures and Functions Vocabulary Sort is a great way to have students practice identifying and sorting the functions and descriptions of basic cell parts. Students sort clues about the nucleus, cell membrane, chloroplast, mitochondria, Golgi bodies and ER, and vacuole in a fun, interesting,
This is a review game that has three cards per organelle. One card has the name of the organelle, one card has the "nickname" of the organelle and one card has the function of the organelle.
The students then can mix up the cards and either play concentration or find all three matches for each o
This activity on “The Cell Structure and Functions” is a free interactive worksheet that will help students identify the structure of each cell organelle in a cell, map them with the questions focusing on cell functions as well as structure and have fun coloring them. It is a useful biology workshee
The Cell Structures & Functions Board Game is a fun activity designed to help students learn or review the main organelles found in plant and animal cells. By playing the game students will also learn how cells are miniature protein factories.
Use this slideshow to introduce the parts of a cell in a very easy to understand way! It is perfect for reviewing the terms as well! It comes with a quiz of the cells functions and structures at the end of the slideshow, too!
- goes with fill in the blank notes and other resources- includes the plasma membrane, nucleus, and cytoplasm with organellesThank you to the following artists for the wonderful clipart. Just click on their shop name to go directly to their stores:The Cher RoomLovely Jubblies TeachHidesy’s ClipartTe
This product is an assessment for Next Generation Science Standard (NGSS) MS-LS1-2 which is about cell structures and functions.I made a Google Forms version of this assessment to support teachers embarking upon Distance Learning! If you have any questions (after purchasing) please feel free to emai
This is a Power Point presentation on cell structure and function. It includes information on cells, microscopes, cell theory, organelles, cell wall, cell membrane, nucleus, cytoplasm, mitochondria, endoplasmic reticulum, ribosomes, animal and plant cells, Golgi bodies, chloroplasts, vacuoles, lyso
**This is the chapter slice "Cell Structures & Functions" from the full lesson plan Cells, Skeletal & Muscular Systems**About the FULL RESOURCE:What do cells, bones and muscles have in common? They are all part of the human body, of course! Our resource takes you through a fascinating study
This reading guide helps teach students the different cell types, including prokaryotic, eukaryotic and animal cells. It focuses on the different structure and cell parts common and different between prokaryotic cells, eukaryotic cells, plant cells, and animal cells. Additionally this reading reso
This resources if fully aligned with the TEKS 7.12D and is an interactive quiz including the following cell topics.Cell Structures & Functions-Cell Wall-Chloroplast-Nucleus-Mitochondrion-Cytoplasm-Vacuole-Cell MembraneGeneral Topics-Differences in plant and animal cellsIf you need more organelle
This hyperdoc contains a connect (activator) activity, screencast and note guide, a collaborative cell organelle compare to our school activity that can be done in breakout rooms and a create a cell activity that is to be done in Google Drive. Links included.
This product is an assessment for Next Generation Science Standard (NGSS) MS-LS1-2 which is about cell structures and functions. This assessment is on ANIMAL CELL structures and functions. I made a Google Forms version of this assessment to support teachers embarking upon Distance Learning! If you h
The Cell Structure & Functions Justpardy Review Game PowerPoint has a similar concept to the Jeopardy game seen on TV Game Play Suggestion:Set up tables in front of the classroom, 1 table per team.Divide the class up into 3-5 team, depending on class size.Have each student taking a turn coming u
These are activities that work in a busy classroom for students to learn about cell structures and functions. These lessons are versatile enough where students may work independently, in pairs or in groups if you choose.
This set of lessons includes:
• Pre-test for cell structures and functions
Flash cards containing all of the cell parts, their function, their structure, and what they look like. These are great to print out and give to students so that they can practice them for an exam or quiz. The flash cards review the terms mitochondria, chloroplast, cytoplasm, cell membrane, nucleu
**THIS is a SMART Notebook Version**
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For understanding Cell Structures and Functions of Cells, Skeletal & Muscular Systems, this chapter mini provides curriculum-based content in t