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National School Library Month. Distance Learning Tips for Teachers. Sign Up For Our Newsletter. Cells - Examine and describe plant and animal cells using compound microscopes.
Major Cell Organelles - Identify the function of the major plant and animal cellular organelles. Venn Diagram - Make a Venn diagram to compare the structures and functions of an animal cell with a city or school. Cell Model - Build a 3-D model of a cell.
Make a Poster - Construct a poster that illustrates the hierarchy among cells, tissues, organs, organ systems, and organisms. Organ Systems - Describe the function of different organ systems. System Interaction - Explain how different organ systems interact to enable complex multi cellular organisms to survive. Cellular Organization - Apply the idea of the division of labor to explain why living things are organized into cells, tissues, organs, and organ systems.
Cell Division - Model the movement of chromosomes during plant cell division. Diffusion - Design a demonstration that illustrates how materials move across a semi-permeable membrane by simple diffusion. Process of Photosynthesis - Associate the fundamental processes of photosynthesis and respiration with appropriate cell structures. Chloroplasts - Examine and identify the chloroplasts in a leaf cell. Plants Make Food - Identify the materials used by plants to make food.
Photosynthesis and Respiration - Create a chart that compares the reactants and products of photosynthesis and respiration. Plant Respiration - Model the pathways of water, oxygen, and carbon dioxide through a plant. Oxygen and Carbon Dioxide Cycles - Describe the movement of oxygen and carbon dioxide between living things and the environment. Animal Respiration - Describe structures that animals use to obtain oxygen. Reproduction - Classify organisms according to whether they reproduce sexually or asexually.