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Mitosis and Meiosis - Everything you need to teach a unit on cell division. Each lesson plan follows the 5E model and provides you with the exact tools to teach the concept. All of the guesswork has been removed with this NO PREP lesson.After completing the unit students will be able to differentia
This is a DIGITAL DOODLE science graphic organizer intended to be used with Google Classroom, distance learning, and homeschools. Students will identify what occurs at each phase - interphase, prophase, metaphase, anaphase, telophase, and cytokinesis.With what standard does this resource align?This
⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ Digital and Printable - Perfect for Distance Learning! This growing bundle provides several resources to teach about mitosis and the cell cycle in grades 8-12. All products can be utilized inside or out of the classroom. All products are printable standard files (MS Word, PDF) and include di
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8th - 12th
Mitosis and the cell cycle can be difficult to teach and learn. The Cell Cycle card game can increase interest in the subject and help students see how the phases fit together, what disrupts the cycle and what prevents mutations. This colorful card game is aligned with the Next Generation Science
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7th - 12th
There are a lot of onion root tip labs out there, but this one is short and succinct. Trying to save paper and get the main point across- the onion root tip provides evidence for the fact that cells spend most of their lives in interphase, and then go through mitosis. They tally the stages found i
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7th - 12th
This is a complete mitosis unit bundle that covers the cell cycle with an emphasis on the mitotic phase. Included in this bundle are a set of PowerPoint notes, task cards, coloring activities, a study guide, review game, plus quiz and test that you may use if you wish. This unit can be used as a
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7th - 10th
MITOSIS, MITOSIS, and more MITOSIS: Get the students up and moving with a game about mitosis! NO PREP WORK! This activity could serve as a great introduction to the life cycle of a cell, and it gets students acting out each phase from interphase, mitosis (prophase, metaphase, anaphase, and telopha
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5th - 10th, Adult Education
This Mitosis Foldable Graphic Organizer is perfect for student interactive notebooks in science. Three versions are included so that you can choose the perfect combination of drawings and labels to match your instruction and your student’s skills.You’ll receive:• A print-ready version with all of t
MITOSIS 33 slide PowerPoint presentation. Quiz, worksheets, activities, cell division, mitosis, prophase, metaphase, anaphase, telophase, cytokinesis, cancer, cause of cancer, printables, powerpoint, fun, pictures, mitotic phases, cell processes, eukaryotic cells, animal cell, plant cell, cell plate
If you already own my Mitosis and Meiosis Lab then this is the supplemental product to purchase.Otherwise, The Complete 5E Mitosis and Meiosis Lesson Plans Are HereMitosis and Meiosis - Everything you need to teach a unit on cell division. Each lesson plan follows the 5E model and provides you with
This crossword puzzle on mitosis is a fun vocabulary review for students and contains the following: 1. Blank Version without word bank 2. Blank Version with word bank 3. Answer Key Vocabulary Words:          ♦ Anaphase          ♦ Centrioles          ♦ Centromere          ♦ Chromatin
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Print and Go or Use Digitally! Students complete this engaging and attractive 3-page graphic organizer that covers all things cell cycle and mitosis! Versions in color and black and white are both included!The third page of this graphic organizer is a 20-Question quiz in matching, identifying
Help develop your student's understanding of cell division by using these sorting cards. Students (or the teacher) cut out the cards and sort them groups containing a phase name, a picture and a written description. If laminated or printed on card stock, this card sort can be used again and again.
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7th - 10th
Product includes 2 differentiated versions of a card sort covering:InterphaseProphaseMetaphaseAnaphaseTelophaseCytokinesis Easier version requires students to match 1 description with 1 phase name with 1 pictureChallenge version requires students to match multiple descriptions with 1 phase name with
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6th - 9th
These advanced anatomy crosswords make wonderful vocabulary reviews for students! This bundle contains 21 puzzles! Volume 1 reviews biology basics, cell communication, cell transport, homeostasis, organ systems, tissues, and regional body terms. The puzzles are: 1) Biology Basics (flagella, interpha
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9th - 12th
This series of reading passages and follow-up questions is meant to be used before or concurrent with teaching mitosis in a middle school or high school level biology course. This activity serves as an introductory activity to the process of the cell cycle, mitotic cell division, and the production
This set includes a total of 34 Clip art Images. These images are in PNG format and can easily be layered on top of your projects and lessons.This set includesREGULAR VERSION~ Intrerphase (2 versions)~ Prophase~ Metaphase~ Anaphase~ Telophase~ Cytokineses ~ Mitosis Diagram(Diagrams come labeled and
This is a Google Forms Practice Quiz on the cell cycle. Great for biology, environmental science or life science classes learning about mitosis and cell division! InterphaseG1Synthesis S PhaseG2 PhaseM Phase MitosisCytokensisDistance learning ready digital resource! Easily use the link provided to m
This is a Google Forms Practice Quiz on mitosis. Great for biology, environmental science or life science classes learning about mitosis and cell division! InterphaseProphaseMetaphaseAnaphaseTelophaseDistance learning ready digital resource! Easily use the link provided to make a copy of the quiz fo
This activity is a part of my Biology QR Code Scavenger Hunt Bundle!Need a fun activity to help your students review Mitosis? Look no further! This QR code scavenger hunt is sure to not only be fun but also help reinforce important concepts relating to Mitosis. Check out this free download and get
Looking for an NTI lesson on meiosis that can quickly and easily be assigned to your students in google classroom? Look no further. This product is a google form that contains everything you need. Once you assign it in your google classroom, students will click on it, and find a video at the top of
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8th - 12th
"My Mitosis" animation is a student project that requires kids to create their own, digital animation. Using Google slides or Power Point, students create their animations in much the same way cartoon artists do. The key learning in this activity takes place when students attempt to take their 2D
This product will help your students learn to:1. Vocabulary about DNA, chromosomes, interphase and mitosis and more.2. To label different parts of chromosomes and DNA3. To distinguish between different interphase and mitotic phases (pictures & description) 4. To build DNA4. Have fun studying sci
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8th - 11th
This study guide provides students with a list of topics and vocabulary to study for a chapter covering Mitosis and Cell Division in Eukaryotes in a high school or middle school Biology course. It is provided as a Word document so that users can edit as they see fit to correlate with their curriculu
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6th - 12th

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