Organic Compounds Stations - Macromolecules

Biology Roots
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A visual journey for your students to learn all about macromolecules from these stations. 27 Stations (34 total). Laminate these (or use sheet protectors) and enjoy for many years!

These organic compounds task cards are my "exhibition style" stations- students go to each station or "exhibit" to get the information. This is a great alternative to the text book for your biochemistry unit!

These stations are completely editable and come with their own student answer sheet for students to record their answers on.

These Organic Compound Task Cards focus on the structure, function, and characteristics of each type of macromolecule along with examples of each.

What's covered:

✿What is an organic compound?

✿Why study organic compounds?

✿Monomers and Polymers

✿Carbohydrates-

Structure, Function, Examples

--✿Cellulose

--✿Starch

--✿Chitin

✿Lipids-

Structure, Function, Unsaturated vs. Saturated Fats

--✿Waxes

--✿Fats

--✿Steroids

✿Nucleic Acids-

Structure, Function, Examples

--✿DNA

--✿ATP

✿Proteins

Structure (Primary, Secondary, Tertiary, Quaternary), Function

--✿Enzymes (Substrates, Products, Examples)

These work great as introduction or reinforcement and are super versatile (classwork, sub plan, etc.)

Student tasks include filling in the blanks, sketching, deducing answers from the information on the slide, and finding a few "exhibits" to observe!

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Total Pages
78 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
1 hour
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