Cell Organelles Task CardsQuick View

Cell Organelles Task Cards

These task cards are a great way for students to practice their skills identifying the structures within cells and their functions. This product contains 24 cards with multiple choice questions about the different cell organelles and structures and their functions. A recording sheet and an answer key are included. Blank cards are also included for questions to be added, if wanted. The same 24 cards are also available as open ended questions.
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Cell Organelles Crossword PuzzleQuick View

Cell Organelles Crossword Puzzle

This crossword puzzle on cell organelles is a fun vocabulary review for students and contains the following: 1. Blank Version without word bank 2. Blank Version with word bank 3. Answer Key Vocabulary Words: ♦ Cell Membrane ♦ Cell Wall ♦ Chloroplast ♦ Cytoplasm ♦ Endoplasmic Reticulum ♦ Golgi ♦ Lysosome ♦ Mitochondria ♦ Nucleus ♦ Organelle ♦ Ribosome ♦ Vacuole
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Cell QuizQuick View

Cell Quiz

This is a two player game which tests student's understanding of cell structure. It is in the form of a powerpoint where students select answers to questions. The first team to answer all the questions wins! The questions are based around cells types and parts of the cell. Describe the different parts of the cell.
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Cell Division: Mitosis Manipulative ActivityQuick View

Cell Division: Mitosis Manipulative Activity

This is a hands on activity where students will be manipulating the organelles found in a cell during each phase of the cell cycle: Interphase, Mitosis, and Cytokinesis. You will receive a PDF version of the Mitosis Manipulative Activity. Objective: Students will be able to identify the events that take place during the cell cycle. Each page is made to ~~Print and attach to Velcro/magnets to hang on a board for visual representation of the cell cycle. ~~Can be manipulated on a table/desk for students to demonstrate the steps of the cell cycle. This can be individual student work, teacher-led, or group/station work. This set is based on a cell with 4 chromosomes.
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Plant and animal cellsQuick View

Plant and animal cells

An introductory powerpoint presentation on cells. The presentation illustrates the concepts of different cell types (animal and plant). Additionally, the presentation discusses specialised cells. Finally, the presentation includes student activities to ensure students have grasped the material and reinforce learning. The activities include a research task of linking the shape of a cell to its function and differentiating between animal and plant cells. Determine the difference between animal and plant cells. Describe how cells are adapted to their function.
doctorharves
Cells Vocabulary Card SortQuick View

Cells Vocabulary Card Sort

Perfect for revision! Set of 58 Vocabulary Cards on Cells. Covers: * Cell organelles * Specialized Cells This product is part of my Vocabulary Card Sort Growing Bundle and Cells Bundle
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Cell Organelle notes and powerpointQuick View

Cell Organelle notes and powerpoint

The mini-bundle includes notes (students fill in the blank and full text copy) and a power point presentation on the cell organelles. Cell organelles included in this lesson include: cell wall, cell membrane, nucleus, cytoplasm, vacuoles, lysosomes, mitochondria, endoplasmic reticulum, ribosomes, Golgi bodies and chloroplast
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Cell Organization - Cells, Tissues, Organs, and Systems - PowerPoint LessonQuick View

Cell Organization - Cells, Tissues, Organs, and Systems - PowerPoint Lesson

Cell Organization - Cells, Tissues, Organs, and Systems - Everything you need to introduce or review the Cell Organization is right here including the lesson (student and teacher versions), 3 embedded videos and a student lesson handout. The lesson overviews Cells, Engages the students in a quick Inquiry activity then looks at Cellular Organization, Specialized Cells, Tissues, Organs and Organ Systems at a grade-appropriate level. The PowerPoint is interactive and engaging and the student notes will keep your kids interested and alert. This lesson is meant for students in upper elementary and middle school. Inside the lesson package you'll find: - The teacher version of the power point - The student version of the power point - 3 embedded videos - Student lesson handout In order, the lesson covers: - Cells - Cities vs. Living things --> What do they have in common? - Cellular Organization - Specialized Cells --> Muscle Cells --> Nerve Cells - Tissues - Organs - Organ Systems --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The student version of the power point contains multiple blanks that need to be filled in throughout the lesson. These blanks are conveniently underlined and bolded on the teacher copy. I have found this to be the most effective means of keeping my students engaged and active without having them write everything out. This also leaves more time for discussion and activities.
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Bill Nye: Cells (introduction or review of cells) video sheetQuick View

Bill Nye: Cells (introduction or review of cells) video sheet

Bill Nye: Cells video sheet. Very easy for my 7th EC classes, it's multiple choice answers (1-8), the last 3 are short response. This way they get a chance to watch the video and not spend all of the time on reading and answering the follow along question. Also includes cell sizes, plant and animal cells, how cells are the building blocks of living things. Answer key is included.
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Introduction to electrochemical cells  - includes writing half cells - Senior High School ChemistryQuick View

Introduction to electrochemical cells - includes writing half cells - Senior High School Chemistry

This is a lesson for Senior High School Chemistry on electrochemical cells. It starts with students constructing a fruit cell and combing four of these cells to make a battery that powers a light bulb . These are made from a whole lemon, piece of clean copper, piece of clean zinc, electrical wires, crocodile clips and light bulb. This could be shown as a demo if there is not much time. Students offer explanations as to how this works. They are introduced to the theory behind how batteries work, what a half cell is and notation for writing half cells and E-cell. The hydrogen / H+ / platinum reference electrode is then introduced as a standard that is used to compare the voltage different half cells. Reinforce the idea that platinum is used because it a very unreactive electrical conductor. Students then use the electrode potentials table (go through this) to write the voltage and reactions for different combinations of half cells. This could be set as homework instead. The lesson finishes with an exam question plenary. Please rate this resource and leave feedback.
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Cell Division: Mitosis Graphic Organizer ActivityQuick View

Cell Division: Mitosis Graphic Organizer Activity

Students will describe and draw the phases of the cell cycle. They will also label the centrioles, spindle fibers, chromatin, chromosomes, and chromatids. I also have a Meiosis Graphic Organizer available. You will receive a PDF version of the Mitosis Graphic Organizer.
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Cell Organelles Word Wall CardsQuick View

Cell Organelles Word Wall Cards

These word wall cards are a great way for students to improve their knowledge of the different types of cell organelles. This product contains 12 cards with definitions and images for each term: ♦ Cell Membrane ♦ Cell Wall ♦ Chloroplast ♦ Golgi ♦ Lysosome ♦ Mitochondria ♦ Nucleus ♦ Organelle ♦ Ribosome ♦ Rough ER ♦ Smooth ER ♦ Vacuole
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The Evolution of Communication~Cell Phone CladogramsQuick View

The Evolution of Communication~Cell Phone Cladograms

Have your students make a cladogram using something they definitely know about...cell phones! This set has a cover page that shows a variety of phones ranging from candlestick to iPhone 7 Plus! Then, there are two different activities: a more scaffolded version with the traits filled in, or a blank version for students to create their own. An answer key is provided for the scaffolded version. Enjoy!
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Cell Cycle Word Wall CardsQuick View

Cell Cycle Word Wall Cards

These word wall cards are a great way for students to improve their knowledge of the cell cycle. This product contains 20 cards with definitions and images for each term: ♦ Anaphase ♦ Binary Fission ♦ Cell Cycle ♦ Cell Division ♦ Centrioles ♦ Chromosome ♦ Cytokinesis ♦ Diploid ♦ DNA ♦ G1 ♦ G2 ♦ Haploid ♦ Interphase ♦ Meiosis ♦ Metaphase ♦ Mitosis ♦ Prophase ♦ S Phase ♦ Spindle Fibers ♦ Telophase
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Cell Division: Meiosis Manipulative ActivityQuick View

Cell Division: Meiosis Manipulative Activity

This is a hands on activity where students will be manipulating the organelles found in a cell during Interphase, Meiosis I, Meiosis II, and Cytokinesis. You will receive a PDF version of the Meiosis Manipulative Activity. Objective: Students will be able to identify the events that take place during Meiosis. Each page is made to ~~Print and attach to Velcro/magnets to hang on a board for visual representation of Meiosis. ~~Can be manipulated on a table/desk for students to demonstrate the steps of Meiosis. This can be individual student work, teacher-led, or group/station work. This set is based on a cell with 4 chromosomes.
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Cell Division: Meiosis Slide ShowQuick View

Cell Division: Meiosis Slide Show

If you would like both the Mitosis and Meiosis slide shows I have them bundled together for 20% off. This is the Meiosis slide show only. You will receive PDF and PPT versions of this slide show. This 42 slide PPT covers Fertilization ~Gametes and zygote Haploid (1n) vs diploid (2n) Homologous chromosomes Cell division ~Interphase (including descriptions and diagrams) ~Meiosis I (including descriptions and diagrams) ~~Prophase I, Metaphase I, Anaphase I, Telophase I ~~~Crossing over ~~~Law of independent assortment ~Cytokinesis (including descriptions and diagrams) ~Meiosis II (including descriptions and diagrams) ~~Prophase II, Metaphase II, Anaphase II, Telophase II ~Cytokinesis (including descriptions and diagrams) A diagram showing all steps in order
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Cell Division: Mitosis Slide ShowQuick View

Cell Division: Mitosis Slide Show

If you would like both the Mitosis and Meiosis slide shows I have them bundled together for 20% off. This is the Mitosis slide show only. You will receive PDF and PPT versions of this slide show. This 33 slide slide show covers ~The purpose and outcome of the cell cycle ~Chromatin to chromosomes ~The parts of a chromosome ~Sister chromatids and the centromere ~The 2 main phases of the cell cycle ~~Interphase (including descriptions and diagrams) ~~~G0, G1, S, and G2 phases ~~Mitotic phase ~~~Mitosis (including descriptions and diagrams) ~~~~Prophase ~~~~Metaphase ~~~~Anaphase ~~~~Telophase ~~Cytokinesis (including descriptions and diagrams) ~A diagram showing all the steps in order
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Cell Division: Mitosis Artwork and Labels Free!Quick View

Cell Division: Mitosis Artwork and Labels Free!

After drawing the art for my Mitosis and Meiosis slide shows I felt that that it may be useful in some classrooms to hang on the wall or as manipulatives. I hope you can find use for it. You will receive a PDF of artwork and labels of the cell cycle: Interphase Mitosis ~Prophase ~Metaphase ~Anaphase ~Telophase Cytokinesis. All artwork is original.
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Cell Division: Meiosis Artwork and Labels Free!Quick View

Cell Division: Meiosis Artwork and Labels Free!

After drawing the art for my Mitosis and Meiosis slide shows I felt that that it may be useful in some classrooms to hang on the wall or as manipulatives. I hope you can find use for it. You will receive a PDF of artwork and labels of Meiosis: Interphase Meiosis I ~Prophase I ~Metaphase I ~Anaphase I ~Telophase I Cytokinesis Meiosis II ~Prophase II ~Metaphase II ~Anaphase II ~Telophase II Cytokinesis All artwork is original.
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