Incredible Cell Projects

Cell1This past week, the Fifth Grade Science Class presented their Incredible Cell Projects.

The students designed and constructed 3-D models of a plant cell containing numerous cell parts that had to be labeled with their function and name.  The students presented their projects to the class, answering various questions about the functions of the various parts to display their overall comprehension.

Cell3The students used a variety of materials to create their projects such as: Legos, hamburg, liver, clay, and cake batter. One model looked like a Venus fly trap!  The overall variety, detail, and oral presentations were outstanding.

As an added incentive, student projects were entered into different categories.  The winners and categories were:

Most scientific:  Karina L.
Most disgusting:  Eamon L.
Most attractive:  Taylor H.
Most Creative:  Madison L.