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Cell project choices:
Create a 3D model of a plant or animal cell. Make sure to include all of the parts.
Create a colored, labeled poster (or mini-poster) of an animal or plant cell.
Create a mini-dictionary of one of the cells. List the cell’s parts alphabetically, define its function, then draw or print a small picture of that part.
Create a story about the life of a cell and the jobs of its parts. Make sure to have a beginning, middle, and end. Also, have correct spelling, punctuation, and grammar.
Write a poem, song or rap that tells the names and job of the cell parts.
Perform a skit that shows the different cell parts and their functions. Include a script and props!
Other ideas? Powerpoints? ComicLife? See me!
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