Multicellular versus Unicellular Organisms for Middle School

Multicellular versus Unicellular Organisms for Middle School
Multicellular versus Unicellular Organisms for Middle School
Multicellular versus Unicellular Organisms for Middle School
Multicellular versus Unicellular Organisms for Middle School
Multicellular versus Unicellular Organisms for Middle School
Multicellular versus Unicellular Organisms for Middle School
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Need a quick assignment for a sub day or a homework assignment with your cell unit. This product is the perfect fit. Students will read and review the differences between multicellular and unicellular organisms. Included is a brief reading, summary, teacher key, coloring and interactive notebook page.

This activity is part of my Cell Reinforcement Bundle

What You Get

Student guide

Teacher key

Interactive notebook page

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Total Pages
9 pages
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Teaching Duration
30 minutes
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