This is a lab activity where students view two examples of asexual reproduction under a microscope, read about asexual reproduction, and then record their observations and answer summary questions.
It is a great way to practice microscope and scientific observation skills, as well as reinforce asexual reproduction.
yeast, sugar, water, microscopes
optional (prepared slides of mitosis)
This product includes two versions of student sheets - one for interactive notebooks and one as a separate handout, and answer key.
I did this today in my classes, and the special ed teacher used it in her classes. A huge success! The kids were so excited and learned a lot!!
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