Cell Comparison - Science Interactive Notebook - Animal Plant Bacteria Cell Organelle Comparison activity pack
This contains four activities for teaching the organelles of the bacteria, plant and animal cells as well as prokaryotic and eukaryotic cell comparison: cytoplasm, cell membrane, cell wall, capsule, flagella, pili, plasmid, plasma membrane, chloroplast, mitochondria, golgi body, endoplasmic reticulum, lysosome, vacuole, ribosomes, nucleus, nucleolus, and nuclear membrane.
This bundle includes 18 pages of:
- Venn Diagram cut and paste comparing and contrasting prokaryotes and eukaryotes
- Cut and paste organelle activities with organelle function page for bacteria, animal cell, and plant cell: Students will identify the different organelles of each cell and then describe the function of each organelle on a separate INB page.
- Directions for each activity
- Answer keys
- Photographs of each activity from our INB
- Color and black line options
This product is found in our Cells Interactive Notebook Activity Pack and is also available in our Complete Interactive Notebook Activity Pack Bundle for Life Science & Biology which covers Scientific Method, Cells, Genetics, Evolution, Classification, Human Body, and Ecology
Use this Cells INB activity on its own or with our:
- Cell Organelles & Processes Bundled Unit: Powerpoint & ALL Handouts
- Cells Think Tickets: Task Cards for Science Exploration
- Cells Word Wall
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Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic Cell Organelles Interactive Notebook Activity Pack by © 2015 Getting Nerdy, LLC
A cell may be the basic structural unit of life, but there are higher orders of structure in multicellular organisms.
- A Cell is the building block of life.
- A Tissue is a group of similar cells that carry out the same function.
- An Organ is a group of tissues that work together to carry out a particular function.
- An Organ System is a collection of organs that work together for a particular function.
Using these definitions we can see that skin is an organ - being made up of a number of different tissues including nervous tissue, muscle tissue, skin tissue, vascular tissue (blood vessels) and fat tissue. It also becomes clear that a blood transfusion is actually a tissue transplant, as blood contains several different cells all working together for a common purpose:
- Red blood cells
- White Blood cells
A good model for how the body works is a school. The teachers, cleaners, lab technicians, office staff, management and teaching assistants do different jobs. They all work together to run the school - if one group stopped working, the school would not function.