A cell is made up of several organelles that allow it to function properly. The parts of the cell can easily be compared to other objects that have different components that allow it to function. For this project, students need to look at the cell in its entirety and compare it to any other object that they think that the cell and its organelles resemble. This activity will help teachers align their science classroom to the Common Core standards by having students write about the organelles and make connections by using metaphor. Students enjoy this activity they can make comparisons about a topic that they know a lot about and are interested in. This activity would complement a General Science, Biology or Life Science classroom well. This lesson could be integrated into other classrooms by having students compare the cell to famous novels or battles. An answer key, rubric, comparison and visual aid for an organelle comparison of The Muppets is included.