Mrs. Meyer’s 6th grade science class has been learning about cells. As a fun and creative way to show what they have learned, each student made their own plant cell model. The student’s were given a rubric of what all needed to be displayed on the project and were told that they could use anything to display the different structures of the cell. The students needed to display the nucleus, endoplasmic reticulum, golgi complex, ribosomes, chloroplasts, mitochondrion, and large central vacuole .
The student’s were very creative with their models. Several students used cake and candy, some used things they found around the house, and even one student used all Legos!
The student’s had a great time making these projects and have already asked when the next one is!