This observation activity gives students practice using microscopes, identifying cells and tissues of the human body, and making observations. Students use a microscope to look at six different slides and draw what they see, describe it in words, and make a prediction about what part of the body they are viewing.
Directions: The teacher sets up six microscope stations around the room before class begins. The only things needed at each station are a microscope, prepared slide, and station number. Station numbers are provided. Each microscope should have a slide of different kinds of cells from the human body. Individually or in small groups students will circle the room and complete the provided dual-sided worksheet with their observations. For large classes, teachers can set up multiple microscopes and slides for each station number.
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