Cells and Viruses: Differentiated Activities (Bundle)

Bond with James
Grade Levels
7th - 12th, Homeschool
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Cells and Viruses: Looking for little to no prep resources to supplement your cells and/or viruses unit; or prep for a standardized exam? The Cells and Viruses Differentiated Activities is an All-in-One 5E package: Engage, explore, explain, elaborate, and evaluate!

Notes about this product:

[A] This 148 paged bundle includes
• 8 differentiated activities that will help you motivate and engage your students in learning the content.
• Color version (capable of gray-scale print)
• Directions and answer keys per activity
• Pictures of each activity

[B] Bundle includes the various products:
Cell and Viruses Task Cards
this activity comes with 68 cards that cover cell and virus topics (eukaryotic cell structure, prokaryotic cell structure, viral particle structure, function of organelles, tonicity of cells, bacterial shapes, and more).

Cell and Viruses Tarsia Puzzles
test and challenge student knowledge with this puzzle set. There are 3 different puzzle designs for a total of 12 puzzles.

Cell and Viruses Mix-N’-Match Activity
includes 75 cards. Have students match the clues that best describe a virus, animal cell, plant cell, or bacterial cell.

Cell and Viruses: I Have...Who Has...(English)
includes 24 cards that can be used as a warm-up, in-class, or review activity. Terms include: vacuole, golgi apparatus, cell wall, ribosomes, cell membrane, plasmid, nucleus, chloroplast, nucleoid, lysosome, centrioles, plant cell, microtubules, cytoplasm, animal cell, mitochondrion(ia), bacterial cell, endoplasmic reticulum, capsule, microscope, flagella, centrosome, deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA), and virus.

Cells and Viruses Graphic Organizers for Interactive Notebooks and Lapbooks
includes the following topics: the history of the cell, cell size, characteristics of life, levels of organization, unicellular and multicellular, type of cells, types of viruses, types of solutions, eukaryotic vs. prokaryotic cells, and viruses vs. bacteria. This set includes vocabulary cards, cut and paste version, booklets, layers, and simple folds.

Literacy Activities
this set includes an anticipatory guide, a unique 1-page text reading, and quick check questions for EACH of the following: eukaryotic cells, prokaryotic cells, and viruses. This activity is currently not for individual sale.

Vocabulary Jigsaw
a collaborative activity for a group of 4 to review vocabulary (plasma membrane, chloroplast, eukaryotic cell, virus, ribosome, cell wall, mitochondria, prokaryotic cell, organelles, host, bacteria, nucleus, flagella, and Archaebacteria). This activity is currently not for individual sale.

[C] A single purchase of this product is for individual classroom use by the purchaser only. Additional licenses may be purchased for wide-use distribution (e.g. campus, district, etc.).

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