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1 Plant Cell or Animal Cell Group members names listed here— each listed on separate line.

2 Nucleus This is where you will describe what each cell organelle’s function is. What does it do? Be creative (Think about using similes.) and put this information in your own words. SUMMARIZE THIS INFORMATION—IT SHOULD SOUND LIKE IT CAME FROM A SIXTH GRADE STUDENT(S). To the right include a picture of the cell part to help you in deciding what materials to use for your model. Decide who will be responsible for bringing in each item.

3 Cell Membrane This is where you will describe what each cell organelle’s function is. What does it do? Be creative (Think about using similes.) and put this information in your own words. SUMMARIZE THIS INFORMATION—IT SHOULD SOUND LIKE IT CAME FROM A SIXTH GRADE STUDENT(S). To the right include a picture of the cell part to help you in deciding what materials to use for your model. Decide who will be responsible for bringing in each item.

4 Mitochondria This is where you will describe what each cell organelle’s function is. What does it do? Be creative (Think about using similes.) and put this information in your own words. SUMMARIZE THIS INFORMATION— IT SHOULD SOUND LIKE IT CAME FROM A SIXTH GRADE STUDENT(S). To the right include a picture of the cell part to help you in deciding what materials to use for your model. Decide who will be responsible for bringing in each item.

5 You will delete this slide, and any other slides you do not need. Remember that if you are doing plant cells, you must also include: vacuole, chloroplasts and cell wall. Remember that if you are doing animal cells, you must also include: lysosome Remember you may add the following items for extra credit: Endoplasmic reticulum, golgi apparatus, cytoskeleton, ribosomes. You will receive one extra credit point for including the item in your cell, an additional point for labeling it, and up to 3 points for your description of the organelle’s function.

6 Cell Part Label This is where you will describe what each cell organelle’s function is. What does it do? Be creative (Think about using similes.) and put this information in your own words. SUMMARIZE THIS INFORMATION—IT SHOULD SOUND LIKE IT CAME FROM A SIXTH GRADE STUDENT(S). To the right include a picture of the cell part to help you in deciding what materials to use for your model. Decide who will be responsible for bringing in each item.

7 Cell Part Label This is where you will describe what each cell organelle’s function is. What does it do? Be creative (Think about using similes.) and put this information in your own words. SUMMARIZE THIS INFORMATION—IT SHOULD SOUND LIKE IT CAME FROM A SIXTH GRADE STUDENT(S). To the right include a picture of the cell part to help you in deciding what materials to use for your model. Decide who will be responsible for bringing in each item.

8 Cell Part Label This is where you will describe what each cell organelle’s function is. What does it do? Be creative (Think about using similes.) and put this information in your own words. SUMMARIZE THIS INFORMATION—IT SHOULD SOUND LIKE IT CAME FROM A SIXTH GRADE STUDENT(S). To the right include a picture of the cell part to help you in deciding what materials to use for your model. Decide who will be responsible for bringing in each item.

9 Cell Part Label This is where you will describe what each cell organelle’s function is. What does it do? Be creative (Think about using similes.) and put this information in your own words. SUMMARIZE THIS INFORMATION—IT SHOULD SOUND LIKE IT CAME FROM A SIXTH GRADE STUDENT(S). To the right include a picture of the cell part to help you in deciding what materials to use for your model. Decide who will be responsible for bringing in each item.

10 Cell Part Label This is where you will describe what each cell organelle’s function is. What does it do? Be creative (Think about using similes.) and put this information in your own words. SUMMARIZE THIS INFORMATION—IT SHOULD SOUND LIKE IT CAME FROM A SIXTH GRADE STUDENT(S). To the right include a picture of the cell part to help you in deciding what materials to use for your model. Decide who will be responsible for bringing in each item.

11 Cell Part Label This is where you will describe what each cell organelle’s function is. What does it do? Be creative (Think about using similes.) and put this information in your own words. SUMMARIZE THIS INFORMATION—IT SHOULD SOUND LIKE IT CAME FROM A SIXTH GRADE STUDENT(S). To the right include a picture of the cell part to help you in deciding what materials to use for your model. Decide who will be responsible for bringing in each item.

12 Cell Part Label This is where you will describe what each cell organelle’s function is. What does it do? Be creative (Think about using similes.) and put this information in your own words. SUMMARIZE THIS INFORMATION—IT SHOULD SOUND LIKE IT CAME FROM A SIXTH GRADE STUDENT(S). To the right include a picture of the cell part to help you in deciding what materials to use for your model. Decide who will be responsible for bringing in each item.


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