Cells and Viruses: 68 Cells and Viruses Task Cards to help you switch up your lessons from traditional worksheets. The task cards serve as a great differentiation tool by allowing the teacher to provide multiple ways to engage the lesson content that incorporates various learning styles.
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[B] Cells and Viruses product includes:
• 68 Cells and Viruses task cards
• Color (you may select grayscale when printing)
• Directions and answer key included.
• A numbered version (for use with the answer key)
• An unnumbered version (for you to pick and choose)
• Several of the cards are activity oriented and may require 30 minutes or more to complete. Please review the cards prior to implementation.
• Eukaryotic cell structure
• Prokaryotic cell structure
• Virus structure
• Hypertonic, Isotonic, and Hypotonic solutions
[C] A single purchase of this Cells product is for individual classroom use by the purchaser only. Additional licenses may be purchased for wide-use distribution (e.g. campus, district, etc.).
[D] Cells and Viruses Task Cards product is also incorporated in a bundle: Cells and Viruses Differentiated Activities (Bundle)
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