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Parts of Cell & Body Systems GAME (Last One Standing, STAND OR SIT) [Life Science/Biology] For K-5 Teachers and Students in the Life Science Classroom's featured image
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Parts of Cell & Body Systems GAME (Last One Standing, STAND OR SIT) [Life Science/Biology] For K-5 Teachers and Students in the Life Science Classroom

$2.99

Details

Audience
Homeschool, Student, Teacher
Grade
3rd, 4th, 5th, 7th, 9th
Resource Type
Activities, Curriculum, Games
Pages
20 Pages
Subject
Science, Biology, Microbiology

Description

This game is a fun way to test students knowledge of the parts of the cell with identifying the part with pictures, naming what the part of the cell does, identifying what a system in the body does, and naming the part of the cell based on a description! Look at the video preview to see how it is played. You click to make the number disappear (revealing the word or phrase) and then again to reveal the action they must do to follow! This game tests students knowledge of the standards:

S7L2. Obtain, evaluate, and communicate information to describe how cell structures, cells, tissues, organs, and organ systems interact to maintain the basic needs of organisms.

a. Develop a model and construct an explanation of how cell structures (specifically the nucleus, cytoplasm, cell membrane, cell wall, chloroplasts, lysosome, and mitochondria) contribute to the function of the cell as a system in obtaining nutrients in order to grow, reproduce, make needed materials, and process waste.
c. Construct an argument that systems of the body (Cardiovascular, Excretory, Digestive, Respiratory, Muscular, Nervous, and Immune) interact with one another to carry out life processes.
S7L1. Obtain, evaluate, and communicate information to investigate the diversity of living organisms and how they can be compared scientifically.

b. Evaluate historical models of how organisms were classified based on physical characteristics and how that led to the six kingdom system (currently archaea, bacteria, protists, fungi, plants, and animals).
Clarification statement: This includes common examples and characteristics such as, but not limited to, prokaryotic, eukaryotic, unicellular, multicellular, asexual reproduction, sexual reproduction, autotroph, heterotroph, and unique cell structures.
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Parts of Cell & Body Systems GAME (Last One Standing, STAND OR SIT) [Life Science/Biology] For K-5 Teachers and Students in the Life Science Classroom

$2.99