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Thank you for your interest in this 5th-8th grade comprehensive Introduction to the Characteristics of Life and Cells. This download includes 1 set of Organelle Task Cards with a total of 28 questions, and answer sheet, and an answer key. This can be set up as stations or centers where the students move through in order to reinforce concepts. They are also great to provide “early finishers” with extra reinforcement.
**This product is included in the following larger units: “5 Day Mini-Unit on Cells plus Review Task Cards“ & “Characteristics of Life and Introduction to Cells Comprehensive Packet.” Please double-check your purchases to ensure that you don't buy the same lesson twice. Thanks!**
The files are PowerPoint 2007 and PDFs in a zip file. The PowerPoint slides are compatible with Windows 7/Power Point 2007 or later. PowerPoint slides and worksheets are broken down by subject/day to help with flexibility in teaching. Packet is appropriate for 5th grade, 6th grade, 7th grade, 8th grade, and homeschool students.
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