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Yesterday we did another one of my favorite "labs" in biology. The students had just read the mitosis and cell cycle chapter. To review the events of mitosis, we do an activity I found on Amy Balling's blog, Ballin with Balling. She talked about giving her students an engaging activity on the last day before Christmas break. This involved pulling off the tops of double stuffed Oreos and using sprinkles, toothpicks and the cream covered half of the Oreos to model the process of mitosis and…
Lisa Moore Holmes saved to Anatomy
Wondering how to teach mitosis and keep the kids engaged? This is a growing list of fun ways to teach mitosis. mitosis. A mitosis worksheet for middle school and/or high school are only the beginning. This list of fun mitosis activities includes games, escape rooms, labs, art, and more. Just what you've been looking for to make your mitosis lesson plan complete. Don't get overwhelmed with microscopes - not needed for any of these activities.
Marjorie Stevenson saved to Teaching- Science
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Melissa Wells saved to math projects
Mitosis can be difficult for kids so repetition is important. Using this mitosis worksheet in combination with other ideas can make the difference.
Royal Baloo saved to STEAM
What better way to teach a complicated concept like Mitosis than to use candy! I find that students are naturally more receptive to anything that involves the use (and consumption) of sweets. This is a no-brainer, right? To demonstrate the stages of Mitosis in the Cell Cycle (Interphase, Prophase, Metaphase, Anaphase, Telophase, Cytokinesis), this group used gummy worms to represent the chromosomes. As an added bonus, gummy worms are perfect for talking about genes (the stripes) and alleles…
Allison Marie saved to Science or Experimental
It's that time of year when students are imagining sleeping in, no testing, and days spent with no agenda. So, what do you do to keep things educational and fun at this time of year? Why, you pull out the sweets, of course! Here is a list of low-prep (or no-prep) end-of-year activities that will keep the kids learning and having fun that use candy. State Testing Candy Motivational Testing Notes "Be a Smart Cookie" Motivational Note STEM "Saving Sam": A team-building challenge to "save" a…
So, since my Mitosis flipbook has been pretty popular, I decided to create a Mitosis puzzle activity. Cover Page Students will be cutting and pasting puzzle pieces according to their stage. You can purchase this activity by going to my Teachers Pay Teachers account or by going to my store.
Meenakshi Kumar saved to Quick Saves
Fun demonstration of mitosis using paper plates and pipe cleaners. Learn about the 5 stages of mitosis and what happens at each stage.
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Morgan Mee saved to Science Teaching