Show the difference between animal, plant, bacterial and fungal cells.
Show what makes animal, plant, bacterial and fungal cells different to each other with our easy to make models. They have different combinations of subcellular structures (organelles) that they need for their function.
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Perfect for use in class or for distance learning at home!
First, your students make models out of the colourful parts of four different cells. Then, they use these to look at what the subcellular structures do and compare and contrast the different types of cell.
The model covers the following: nucleus, chromosome, mitochondrion, chloroplast, vacuole, cell membrane, cell wall, cytoplasm, ribosomes, plasmids and flagella. Perfect for use in school or for distance learning at home!
Includes colourful class Powerpoint!
Takes just 30 minutes!
Dimensions: bacterial cell length: 11cm/4in
Download includes: instructions, templates and classroom Powerpoint presentation.
All you need: paper, scissors, tape.
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