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Students identify parts and functions of microscope. Students watch video, Cells and Life about cell parts with actual pictures and actual cells. Students discuss video and identify parts of the cells that animals and plants have in common. Students draw a plant and animal cell illustrating similar and different parts. Students set up their own experiment and generate their own hypotheses. Students create cell pizzas and compose a recipe to go with each pizza.
Fifth graders write an expository essay using figurative language that explains why Marty, one of the characters in Phyllis Reynolds Naylor's novel, Shiloh, dislikes Judd Travers. They create a cover page for their writing using the computer and present their writing to the whole class.
Second graders explore living without sight. In this senses instructional activity, 2nd graders review the different senses and what they use for each sense. Students discuss what it would be like to not be able to see and they read a story about a little girl that cannot see. Students practice various activities with their eyes open and with their eyes closed.