This is a great activity for students to review the 6 tenets of the Cell Theory. You can make a copy for each students, a group of students, or as a center. Students will sort the tenets, with the statement that best summarizes the tenet and an illustration that best represents it. After the sort, students can create a foldable for their interactive journal.
I have included both black and white, and color clip art that I created to go along with this assignment. This will allow you to modify it the way you would like.
Here are some ideas for adapting this lesson:
Copy the activity onto cardstock and laminate so that you can keep it for next year.
You can modify this assignment for special groups by copying the sort and reducing it. This allows for the student to sort the cards, then cut and paste it into a foldable.
You can have students draw their own illustrations based on the tenets.
Post the tenets up on a screen or around the classroom. Students will have the illustrations at their desk. They will read the tenet and pick up the illustration that represents it at their desk. Great formative assessment. The opposite can be done. Pictures posted, tenets at desk.
Students can cut and paste tenets and illustrations into journal.
Great review for a test or quiz.
There are many ways to modify this assignment. Just be creative!
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