When autocomplete results are available use up and down arrows to review and enter to select. Touch device users, explore by touch or with swipe gestures.

Cell analogy

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Cell analogy. Get inspired and try out new things.
Cell (Biology) Analogy: Basketball team — Steemit

Introduction Every student has in one way or the other heard about Biology as a subject. Many have grown to become… by turpsy

Cell Analogy- Basketball

Ribosome Cell Membrane Lysosome Nucleus The nucleus controls the functions of each part of the cell. The nucleus of a basketball team is the coach, because he controls his team and their functions. The cell membrane allows things in and out of the cell as well provides a barrier

Watch popular Cell analogy videos

Help students understand the organelles in the cell by relating them to real life. Compare a cell to a town, restaurant, grocery store, house, and pizzeria. Students will have fun reinforcing their knowledge and understand the functions of the organelles. Now with 3 different levels of cards,learning level, practice level, and testing level. Each activity includes a self-check secret code to help students master the organelle functions.Included:
Create a GIANT Animal Cell fold-out doodle notes spread! Students will love taking notes on this GIANT animal cell doodle notes spread! Important Note: The animal cell is intentionally designed so that it is split into two pages that, once taped, will fold out, allowing students to have LOADS of space to take notes. The animal cell covers the ten major organelles: cell membrane, nucleus, nucleolus, cytoplasm, Golgi body, lysosome, endoplasmic reticulum, ribosomes, vacuole, and mitochondria.
This no-prep, Google Classroom-ready 10-page packet is designed to introduce students to Mendelian genetics, related vocabulary terms, and Punnett squares. It contains a link to an online video and pages of practice problems scaffolded so that students get comfortable with the basic concepts before attempting more difficult word problems. It is designed for secondary science students - middle school and high school biology students. It works well for independent learning - easily a sub plan!
Build A Cell Model - Digital Activity for Distance Learners - Plant Cell Lesson plan and labeling