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In this assignment, students complete a job application in the point of view of an organelle or cell part applying for a job in a cell at the company CELLS-R-US. Students must know about whether the organelle is a part of a plant or animal cell or both, the functions of the organelle, and the import
Write a H.O.T. Question This page includes 3 copies of an exit slip. Students are challenged to write a higher order thinking question based on what they learned during the lesson/activity. These can be used as a review the following day – asking the class each question to check for understanding an
KIT INCLUDES: 12 vocabulary cards (two size options) Each of the cards include a definition and related picture/diagram. Vocabulary Words Include: cell, cell membrane, cell wall, chlorophyll, chloroplast, cytoplasm, mitochondria, nucleus, organelle, photosynthesis, respiration, vacuole ***NOTE***
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Need a fun way to teach or review plant and animal cells? Students will love this color-by-number activity. After answering a question about organelles and their jobs, students will color the picture according to the code. An answer key is included. Have fun teaching! Need more resources? This is
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This mini-unit provides a great way to introduce plant and animal cells to your students! The include activities focus on the similarities and differences between the two types of cells, including their main functions and organelles. Activities included: Informational text with color-coded, tex
A 7-page worksheet designed to introduce both middle school and lower high school students to the topics of cells, cell theory, prokaryotic vs. eukaryotic cells, plant vs. animal cells, and cell organelles. I use this document as a reading and review activity that connects to my PPT presentation ent
Getting to know the organelles of the cell can be challenging! This project helps students create analogies of organelles to objects and things in "real life." The goal is to allow students to THINK about what the organelle does (its function) and translate that job to something they know. In my
***Sequencing error in I Have/Who Has cards corrected and answer key added 11-16-15. Please re-download the fixed version or email thescienceshoppe@gmail.com with your TPT name and we will send you an updated version. We're sorry for any problems this may have created.*** Thank you for your interes
This bundle includes 5 fun and informative products to teach your students about plant and animal cells! This bundle includes: Mini-Unit Color-By-Number Cut and Paste Sorting Activity Organelle Matching Cut and Paste Cells Vocabulary Puzzle Mini-Unit: This mini-unit provides a great way to introd
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This lesson is designed to give students a basic introduction to the cell system, focusing on the major cell organelles (nucleus, cell membrane, mitochondria, chloroplast, and cell wall) and the differences between animal-like cells and plant-like cells. Students will be introduced to the idea that
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This lesson is designed to give students a basic introduction to the cell system, focusing on the major cell organelles (nucleus, cell membrane, mitochondria, chloroplast, and cell wall) and the differences between animal-like cells and plant-like cells. Students will be introduced to the idea that
This unit introduces and reinforces cell theory and the scientists involved, the parts of a cell and the roles they play, a mini-project comparing cell organelles to a school, a lab turning Jell-O and candy into a cell, and cell organelle task review cards. See below for a more detailed description
This lesson is designed to give students a basic introduction to the cell system, focusing on the major cell organelles (nucleus, cell membrane, mitochondria, chloroplast, and cell wall) and the differences between animal-like cells and plant-like cells. Students will be introduced to the idea that
Directions: In this packet, you have two matching games. The first game (pages 2-4) requires students to match the organelle and the job it preforms. The second game (page 5) has students identify what organelles are present in the different types of cells.
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This product contains 3 tests over Cell Organelles and Functions. Included in this product: 1 Summative Test: 30 multiple choice questions (Usually 4 answer choices) 2 Formative Tests: 12 questions each; questions are pulled from the summative assessment. 1 Answer Key for all tests This product c
This product contains 3 tests over Cell Organelles and Functions. Included in this product: 1 Summative Test: 39 multiple choice questions (Usually 4 answer choices) 2 Formative Tests: 15 questions each; questions are pulled from the summative assessment. 1 Answer Key for all tests This product c
Chalkboard Challenge is a Jeopardy-like game where students get to test their knowledge of topics taught in a typical unit on cells. These topics are found in four separate categories, as described below. Categories: - Organelles - Which Cell? - What's My Job? - Microscopic Just to make things mo
This product contains 3 tests over Cell Organelles and Functions at the 3rd-5th grade level. Included in this product: 1 Summative Test: 18 multiple choice questions (Usually 4 answer choices) 2 Formative Tests: 10 questions each; questions are pulled from the summative assessment. 1 Answer Key fo
This assignment is designed to get students to think about what would happen to a cell if each of the specific organelles was missing. I included 7 tables for the first 7 organelles (7th grade Science in Texas starts with Nucleus, Cell Membrane, Vacuole, Mitochondria, Cytoplasm, Cell Wall, and the C
This fun performance task requires students to recall information about cell organelle functions and cell processes including mitosis. Students also have to distinguish between plant and animal cells. Rubric included. NGSS Connections: Developing and Using Models, Constructing Explanations (For Sc
A performance assessment where students take on the roles of organelles. In this scenario, the cells are companies and the students are organelle workers. The cell companies are considering downsizing and students must create presentations to explain why their organelle is too important to be laid o
Practice Cell Organelles and their functions in a fun and interactive way. "I have..Who has...?" will get students out of their seats! Great enrichment tool for upper elementary grades and right on target/grade level for middle school students. Begin the game with "I have Organelles" and circle b
Get your students motivated to learn about the history, structure, and functions of organelles. This assignment is intended for the students to research on a given organelle and produce a social media poster. This project requires students to think as they have to figure out the job of the organel
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Newly updated as digital resources for home or distance learning!! This NGSS for Middle School Science Cells product is a bundle all 5 of my NGSS resources combined into one product! You will meet the requirements for both MS-LS1-1 and MS-LS1-2 in about two weeks time with these LOW PREP lessons, ac

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