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Instaganelles: Instagram Activity for Cell Organelles

Instaganelles: Instagram Activity for Cell Organelles
Instaganelles: Instagram Activity for Cell Organelles
Instaganelles: Instagram Activity for Cell Organelles
Instaganelles: Instagram Activity for Cell Organelles
Instaganelles: Instagram Activity for Cell Organelles
Instaganelles: Instagram Activity for Cell Organelles
Instaganelles: Instagram Activity for Cell Organelles
Instaganelles: Instagram Activity for Cell Organelles
Product Description
Students will have fun learning or reviewing the structure and function of cell organelles with this activity that merges science and social media. There are TWO versions of the activity included in this PDF file! Choose which one works best for YOUR classroom.

Version 1 Teacher Directions:
The following 4 pages do not include the names of the organelles. Students will write the organelle name on the phone screen. Print one sheet or print all four… whatever works for your classroom!

Version 1 Student Directions:
For each organelle, first draw a profile picture in the small circle next to the organelle’s Instagram name. Then, create a name for the organelle’s account and write it in the space next to the profile picture. Next, draw the “selfie” photo that the organelle posted on Instagram. This should be a sketch that looks like the organelle, but it can be cartoonish or personified. Lastly, write a caption for the picture. The caption should describe the function of the organelle. In your caption, you must use at least one #hashtag and one emoji.

Version 2 Teacher Directions:
The following 4 pages include the names of 12 major organelles or cell parts. The names include: cell wall, cell membrane, nucleus, ribosome, nucleolus, chromatin, mitochondria, endoplasmic reticulum, golgi apparatus, vacuole, chloroplast, and lysosome.

Version 2 Student Directions: For each organelle, first draw a profile picture in the small circle next to the organelle’s Instagram name. Next, draw the “selfie” photo that the organelle posted on Instagram. This should be a sketch that looks like the organelle, but it can be cartoonish or personified. Lastly, write a caption for the picture. The caption should describe the function of the organelle. In your caption, you must use at least one #hashtag and one emoji.

*Cell Phone Clipart was made by WardBiology using Google Drawing Tools and my own cell phone screenshots.*
Total Pages
11 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
2 days
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