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Cells

Grades 5 to 8 - Print Book - Lesson Plan

  • Cells Gr. 5-8 - print book
  • Cells Gr. 5-8 - print book
  • Cells Gr. 5-8 - print book
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Order #: CC4502 ISBN13: 978-1-55319-368-5 Grades: 5, 6, 7, 8 Reading Level: 3-4 Total Page: 60 Author: Angela Wagner
$14.95
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  • Great addition to my unit! This came in super helpful for my ESL kiddos!

    Courtney Johnstone
  • Started a workplace training program with my students. This was a great resource!

    Megan Byrtus
  • Great variety of activities to help the students grasp the concepts.

    Betty Phillips
  • Love this resource!

    Cleopatra Goicochea
  • My students loved this activity and it really helped them to better understand the concept!

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  • This is an awesome starting point. It walks the students through the basics using easy to understand language. My students have lower reading levels and the stuff in my text book is just too challenging for them. Thank you for creating something that makes learning about cells easy!

    Abigail Bostic
  • Was perfect for my low level learners!

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  • When I need super-cohesive, text-based material sets for topics in science, I turn to Classroom Complete Press. These reading and questions sets are more challenging than you might think and are a SUPER way to engage my students of lower reading ability.

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  • This is a great way to introduce my 5th grade Science students the concept of single celled and multicelluar organisms.

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  • Great addition to our cells unit

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  • Awesome pictures and amazing information on cells!

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  • This was a great resource for my 7th graders at varying levels of ability!!

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  • Valuable resource!

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  • Love the readings and worksheets.

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  • Nice work! Love this comprehensive unit can't wait to use it with my kids!

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  • Can't rave about this product enough! Thank you for help make my classroom more complete!

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  • Loved this, along with all other science products I've bought from you. Thank you for helping save the day and providing me with such a wonderful resource to supplement our current science curriculum.

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  • Great product with tons of information! Loved the extension ideas at the end of each section. Thanks for sharing!

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  • This was exactly what I was looking for. My class really enjoyed it and it saved me a lot of time. Thanks!

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  • I LOVE using these for both my ELA and my science lessons. Thank you.

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  • Looks like good stuff that can help my ELL and IEP students to better obtain my instruction. Thanks!

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  • Great resource for my 7th Grade classes---classwork for my lower classes/homework for my AP for reinforcement

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  • Love this book! Great for my 5th grade cells unit.

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  • This was a great addition to my unit on cells. It worked well with all levels of my 6th grade class.

    Brian Nath
  • This was a great addition to my unit on cells. It worked well with all levels of my 6th grade class.

    Brian Nath
  • Outstanding resource! Clean, easy-to-decipher layout; logical progression for a cell unit; broken down into manageable pieces. Suitable for lessons, extensions or homework.A+

    Benjamin Steele
  • This is an e workbook but it is comprehensive, suits many learning styles, and I found it useful for reinforcing my existing curriculum content Thank you!!!

    Chia6000 Chia6000
  • This was an amazing resource for a new science teacher!

    Miriam Shifrah
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Description

Become a cell expert. Our resource demonstrates why cells are the building blocks of life. Start your breakdown by first identifying what a cell is. Then, compare single-celled and multicellular organisms. Introduce the concept of DNA before exploring the different parts of a cell. From there, take a look at the jobs of these parts. Move on to cell reproduction by exploring mitosis and meiosis. Dissect plant and animal cells to see how they work and how they are similar. Look at the big picture by seeing how cells become organisms. Finally, learn how particles move through cell membranes with diffusion and osmosis. Aligned to the Next Generation Science Standards and written to Bloom's Taxonomy and STEAM initiatives, additional hands-on experiments, crossword, word search, comprehension quiz and answer key are also included.

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Product Reviews

Courtney Johnstone

Great addition to my unit! This came in super helpful for my ESL kiddos!

Megan Byrtus

Started a workplace training program with my students. This was a great resource!

Betty Phillips

Great variety of activities to help the students grasp the concepts.

Cleopatra Goicochea

Love this resource!

Middle Schoolin-

My students loved this activity and it really helped them to better understand the concept!

Abigail Bostic

This is an awesome starting point. It walks the students through the basics using easy to understand language. My students have lower reading levels and the stuff in my text book is just too challenging for them. Thank you for creating something that makes learning about cells easy!

-- JB

Was perfect for my low level learners!

-- Adoring Third Grade

good resource but probably better for higher than fifth grade at lease what's covered in florida standards.

-- M.Weaver

When I need super-cohesive, text-based material sets for topics in science, I turn to Classroom Complete Press. These reading and questions sets are more challenging than you might think and are a SUPER way to engage my students of lower reading ability.

-- L.Roche

Good activities for diverse learners

-- A.Bostic

I was looking for something to supplement my chapter on tissues in my textbook and this was absolutely perfect! Thank you so much!

-- S.Umbs

I am excited to use this with my class. I have many students reading below grade level and/or on IEP's. I think these will help them understand the concepts much easier.

-- H.Williamson

Great resource!

-- M. Anna

Thank you for this great resource!! Can't wait to use this with my students!

-- S. Gankas

Can't wait to use in my classroom!

-- A. Oeming

Looks like good stuff that can help my ELL and IEP students to better obtain my instruction. Thanks!

-- D. Cain

Just what I needed!

-- Bldmama3

love this packet!!!

-- S. Smithmic

This is a great way to introduce my 5th grade Science students the concept of single celled and multicelluar organisms.

-- B. Thrasher

Great addition to our cells unit

-- Marybeth Angulo

"Great addition to science."

-- J. Simone

Awesome resource

-- Carolyn Anderson

Awesome pictures and amazing information on cells!

-- Briana Bernabucci

Great resource!

-- Holly Hicks

Great resource!

-- Tina Titus

This was a great resource for my 7th graders at varying levels of ability!!

-- Elyse Stelford

Valuable resource!

-- Mary Riddick

Love the readings and worksheets.

-- Britney Russell

Nice work! Love this comprehensive unit can't wait to use it with my kids!

-- Ashley Hanlon

Can't rave about this product enough! Thank you for help make my classroom more complete!

-- Annie Kay

Loved this, along with all other science products I've bought from you. Thank you for helping save the day and providing me with such a wonderful resource to supplement our current science curriculum.

-- Tamara Ferreras

Great product with tons of information! Loved the extension ideas at the end of each section. Thanks for sharing!

-- Debra Azevedo

This was exactly what I was looking for. My class really enjoyed it and it saved me a lot of time. Thanks!

-- Sylvia Wolff

I LOVE using these for both my ELA and my science lessons. Thank you.

-- Alexander Oeming

Looks like good stuff that can help my ELL and IEP students to better obtain my instruction. Thanks!

-- - 00kjc00

Great resource for my 7th Grade classes---classwork for my lower classes/homework for my AP for reinforcement

-- Tamara Baker

Love this book! Great for my 5th grade cells unit.

BrianNath

This was a great addition to my unit on cells. It worked well with all levels of my 6th grade class.

BrianNath

This was a great addition to my unit on cells. It worked well with all levels of my 6th grade class.

BenjaminSteele

Outstanding resource! Clean, easy-to-decipher layout; logical progression for a cell unit; broken down into manageable pieces. Suitable for lessons, extensions or homework.A+

Chia6000Chia6000

This is an e workbook but it is comprehensive, suits many learning styles, and I found it useful for reinforcing my existing curriculum content Thank you!!!

MiriamShifrah

This was an amazing resource for a new science teacher!

mslheldmslheld

Very in depth!

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