Learning the parts of a cell can be tricky, but these task cards are a great way to practice. This set of task cards includes 22 questions about the following plant and animal cell organelles: vacuoles, the nucleus, cytoplasm, the cell wall, the cell membrane, chloroplasts, mitochondria, Golgi bodies, and ribosomes. The first set of cards (with straight lines) includes questions in multiple choice format. The second set of cards (with squiggly lines) includes the same questions with an open-answer format for easy differentiation. Each set of questions has two blank cards to write in your own questions if you wish.
Recording sheets are included for both sets. Save time and ink by printing two recording sheets on one piece of paper, or use the larger recording sheet for the open-ended questions. An answer key is included.
Task cards are a great way to get students moving - scatter them around the room or try them at a center. Use them for a review game or for an easy-to-grade assessment. Simply print on card-stock or paper, laminate, and cut. Alternatively, you could print these pages for individual student practice or display questions on the board for whole-class review.
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