Can you ever have too many cell labeling practice worksheets? This one was made specifically for remote learners so they could drag and drop words to practice labeling the cell.
The format is Google Slides, where the cell images were placed as slide backgrounds, that way only the words can be manipulated by the user. The first set gives students word boxes to drag and drop into the correct location. Boxes have labels for the various organelles, like mitochondria, ribosomes, lysosomes, endoplasmic reticulum, and nucleus.
The next task uses the same background, but asks them to try to recall the words and type them in the box. This document can be shared easily on Google Classroom or on other learning management systems. The TpT link below goes to an answer key and a downloadable PowerPoint version of the activity. Google slides can also be converted, though it may be more difficult to modify the document because you’ll need to change the background slide.
The images were created with Biorender which provides a huge bank of images to create scientific illustrations. The image below was used as the background image on the slides.
Is the Google Slides without a key free? Can I make a copy of it?
Yes, you can copy it!
This isn’t allowing me to make a copy.
It links to a Google Slides file, where you make a copy of it.