This is a 2 page activity that can be used as an introductory tool or as reinforcement. for active transport- the sodium potassium pump. The first page is an analysis page that includes fill ins and short answer. There are also 2 additional differentiated version included for younger grades or advanced levels that you can use at your discretion.
Coloring portion: Students must color the cell membrane, sodium potassium pump, ion channel, sodium ions, and potassium ions. There is a split to show how the pump changes its shape to release the ions.
Analysis portion: students fill in missing words from sentences and respond to short answer. In the advanced version, resting potential and action potential are briefly mentioned. All versions of the analysis guide students to understand that the pump creates a difference in the charge across the membrane.
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