Cell Worksheets | Plant and Animal Cells
This collection of animal and plant cell worksheets strikes a balance between cognitive and psychomotor domains of learning and offers a conceptual grounding in cell biology. The worksheets recommended for 7th and 8th grade students feature labeled animal and plant cell structure charts and cross-section charts, cell vocabulary with descriptions and functions and exercises like identify and label the parts of the animal and plant cells, color the cell organelles, match the part to its description, fill in the blanks, crosswords and more.
Featured in this worksheet are the diagrams of the plant and animal cells with parts labeled vividly. This enhanced visual instructional tool assists in grasping and retaining the names of the cell parts like mitochondrion, vacuole, nucleus and more with ease.
How does a minute cell accomplish complex tasks? Learn about the various organelles and the function of each part of the cell with this cell terminology PDF. Included here are apt and precise definitions of cell, cell wall, cell membrane, Golgi apparatus and more.
What is the difference between a plant cell and an animal cell? The t-chart for students of 7th and 8th grades provides the answer to this question and lists the differences between a plant and an animal cell.
Learn the parts of a plant cell easily with this cross-section of a plant cell diagram. The clearly marked parts like chloroplast, endoplasmic reticulum and more help reinforce the cell terminology and spellings.
This follow-up activity worksheet on labeling-the-parts-of-a-plant-cell assists in testing the knowledge of the 7th-grade students. The students are expected to identify the 10 parts marked and name them with words from the word bank.
Twelve major plant cell parts have been marked. Identify the organelles and the parts and label them in this worksheet. Test comprehension and reiterate the concept with this plant-cell-labeling worksheet for students of grade 8.
Review skills in identifying the parts and organelles of a plant cell with this worksheet. The students are expected to recognize the seven major plant cell parts like vacuole, nucleus, mitochondrion and more. Color them using the color key to complete the worksheet.
This vibrant worksheet contains the cross-section of an animal cell, vividly displaying the organelles. Examine the animal cell diagram and recognize parts like the centrioles, lysosomes, Golgi bodies, ribosomes and more indicated clearly.
Labels are important features of any scientific diagram. The students of grade 7 are expected to select the correct label from the word bank to name each of the ten indicated parts to complete the worksheet.
Recapitulate the names of the twelve major parts of an animal cell with this worksheet. The eighth-grade students examine the animal cell diagram, identify the marked significant parts and write their names.
Recognize the seven animal cell organelles featured in the word box, color them using the color key in this interesting activity PDF. This cell organelle worksheet provides a fun way to tell apart each cell organelle.
The cell parts or organelles are stated in one column and the other column has the nicknames or the expressions that best describe them. Correlate the two and understand the function of each part as well.
This fill in the blanks worksheet consists of 15 cell facts. Read each sentence carefully and supply the missing word(s). Hone your knowledge with facts related to cells and test comprehension of 7th and 8th grade students with this worksheet.
Experience the language of science and review the cell terminology with this crossword worksheet. Read each clue carefully, understand the function stated, identify the part or organelle responsible and write its name in the crossword grid provided.