Chloroplast Cut Out and Paste Activity for Photosynthesis - Students will cut out and color characters involved in the process of photosynthesis and then glue them in a chloroplast diagram.
Other Ideas: I like to use the photosynthesis visual aid characters when I am lecturing as well. I also use this activity as a quick review to see if students understood lecture. Sometimes I will also give this activity to my struggling students or EL students to take home and practice. You can never have ENOUGH visual aids. They are super!
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The cover pictures shows the activity colored because I colored it in using crayons. I recommend having your students color their own figures in to personalize the visual aids.
You can decide if you want to make the activity more or less challenging by using the page of visual aid characters that are identified or not identified
Then once you decide which cut out sheet you are going to use, then decide what chloroplast diagram you want to use based on your individual student needs or class level. There are three different types of chloroplast diagrams. Some have more information than others.
ALSO INCLUDED is an activity where students can fill out the chloroplast diagram BY THEMSELVES. I have included a worksheet that requires students to read where to place the visual aid characters on the chloroplast diagram. The worksheet is ONLY A BRIEF & SIMPLIFIED INTRODUCTION about the process of photosynthesis. It doesn’t go that in depth. It’s just an introduction activity. I like to give this activity out if I am going to be gone, if students finish early and want to get started on the next unit, or if I had a student absent who missed the lecture on photosynthesis.
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