Parts of a cell guessing game, TN 2018 Bio Standards Bio1.LS1.2 , NGSS

Parts of a cell guessing game, TN 2018 Bio Standards Bio1.LS1.2 , NGSS
Parts of a cell guessing game, TN 2018 Bio Standards Bio1.LS1.2 , NGSS
Parts of a cell guessing game, TN 2018 Bio Standards Bio1.LS1.2 , NGSS
Parts of a cell guessing game, TN 2018 Bio Standards Bio1.LS1.2 , NGSS
Parts of a cell guessing game, TN 2018 Bio Standards Bio1.LS1.2 , NGSS
Parts of a cell guessing game, TN 2018 Bio Standards Bio1.LS1.2 , NGSS
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This is a guessing game for students to learn the parts of Animal, Plant, and Bacteria Cells. The cards are designed so that they can be cut out and inserted into an existing "Guess Who" board game from Milton Bradley (depending on the age of the game they may not be a perfect fit).

These can also be used as a stand alone and laid out in a grid on both students desks while playing if they use a folder to cover their game tiles.

This game fits along with standards for most biology classes, but was designed specifically to fit TN Standard Bio1.LS1.2

Students will need to know the following parts of a cell to play (or you can remove the ones you do not teach but then they won't fill the entire board):

1. Cell Membrane
2. Cell Wall
3. Central Vacuole
4. Centriole
5. Chloroplasts
6. Chromoplast
7. Chromosome
8. Cillia
9. Cytoplasm
10. Cytoskeleton
11. DNA
12. Flagella
13. Golgi Apparatus
14. Leucoplast
15. Lysosome
16. Mitochondria
17. Nucleoid
18. Nucleus
19. Pili
20. Plasmodesmata
21. Ribosome
22. Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum
23. Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum
24. Vacuole


All of the cards are color coded based on which type of cells they are found in (see thumbnail)

Have Fun!

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