There are a lot of things happening inside a person, animal, or plant–and many of them happen in places so small we can’t begin to imagine it. Help your students study biology with this FREE Animal and Plant Cell Notebooking Journal.
Help students dive into the world we can only see through a microscope with this FREE Animal and Plant Cell Notebooking Journal. They’ll have the opportunity to study the:
- cell membrane
- cell wall
- druse crystal
- endoplasmic reticulum
- Golgi apparatus
- Golgi vesicles
- raphide crystal
They can illustrate each one and record answers to questions such as:
- Is it found in animal cells, plant cells, or both?
- What is its function?
- Is it part of a larger unit inside the cell?
- What are some interesting facts about this part?
It’s a fun way to encourage students to practice their independent research skills and record what they are learning about biology. Grab the FREE Animal and Plant Cell Notebooking Journal.
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