How to play:
• Each student receives a card. Each card has a clue and an organelle name. The clue on the card does not match the organelle on the card.
• One student will start by reading their clue out loud to the class.
• All students will listen to the clue to see if the organelle on their card matches the clue being read.
• Students who believe the clue matches their organelle on their card will raise their hand. Then they will read their clue aloud.
• For example: First player will read aloud “The organelle that is the control center of the cell and directs all cell activities. Who am I?”
Student who has the term “nucleus” on their card will say the answer. Then, they will read their clue to the class. Ect.
This is not a pdf file this is a PowerPoint file. In order to print "cards" print 2-4 slides per page depending how large you want the cards to be. I also recommend using card stock or laminating for durability and reuse.
After explaining the rules of the game, you can split the class into 2 large groups and facilitate the games. There are 10 cards for 10 organelles.