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Created by: Abby Mire Grades 4-8 Cell Organelles

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Learning Targets I can identify the structure of the nucleus.
I can identify the functions and locations of the nucleus. I can identify the structure of the mitochondria. I can identify the functions and locations of the mitochondria. I can identify the structure of the endoplasmic reticulum. I can identify the functions and locations of the endoplasmic reticulum. I can identify the structure of the ribosomes. I can identify the functions and locations of the ribosomes. I can identify the structure of the Golgi bodies. I can identify the functions and locations of the Golgi bodies. I can identify the structure of the chloroplasts. I can identify the functions and locations of the chloroplasts. I can identify the structure of the vacuoles. I can identify the functions and locations of the vacuoles. I can identify the structure of the lysosomes. I can identify the functions and locations of the lysosomes. I can identify the structure of the cell membrane. I can identify the functions and locations of the cell membrane. I can identify the structure of the cell wall. I can identify the functions and locations of the cell wall.

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Vocabulary Cell Nucleus Mitochondria Endoplasmic Reticulum Ribosomes
Golgi bodies Chloroplasts Vacuoles Lysosomes Cell Membrane Cell Wall

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Cell Organelles Organelles are tiny structures in a cell that help it complete its overall function. This is just like a town! We need everyone to do their job for the town to work well… As you go through the parts of a cell, you will create an analogy for each organelle compared to a part or person in a town!

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Nucleus Found in both plant and animal cells
Controls all activities for the cell Contains DNA

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Mitochondria Found in both plant and animal cells
Produces energy for the cell by breaking down sugar molecules

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Endoplasmic Reticulum
Found in both plant and animal cells Network of tubes that helps transport materials 2 Types: Rough ER Covered with ribosomes Smooth ER No ribosomes

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Ribosomes Found in both plant and animal cells
Can be attached to Endoplasmic Reticulum or free-floating Makes proteins

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Golgi Bodies Found in both plant and animal cells
Packages, labels, and ships proteins out of the cell

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Chloroplasts Found in plant cells only Produce food for plant cells
This is what makes plant cells green!

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Vacuoles Found in both plant and animal cells
MUCH larger in plant cells than animal Stores water, nutrients, and waste

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Lysosomes Found in animal cells only
Contain enzymes that break down materials in the cell

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Cell Membrane Found in both plant and animal cells
Regulates what enters and exits the cell

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Cell Wall Found around plant cells only Very strong
Provides support and protection for cell

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I love creating interactive lessons that educators can use to inspire their students’ learning! I hope you found this lesson helpful in engaging all of your learners. Thank You! Abby

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