Cells and Viruses Unit Bundle Doodle Notes
Students love Doodle Notes! These are a fun way to review your cells unit, and with multiple versions and a completed example, they are easy to use! Simply print a class set and you are ready to go.
Save your time with my whole unit of cells Doodle Notes.
These are a wonderful review activity to use with your students. Custom graphics bring cells to life and help students visualize them. Doodle Notes are easy to use – simply print and hand out one set to each student! And there are multiple versions for easy differentiation, including black and white, color, and scaffolded fill-in-the-blanks options.
Use the completed example to model the Doodle Notes for students, or project it on your board for students to complete any gaps in their notes.
Each set of Doodle Notes includes:
- An open response version for higher challenge
- A scaffolded version for support with fill-in-the-blanks
- Black and white versions, perfect for coloring in
- Color versions – use with a PDF markup tool, e.g Kami
- A handy how-to-guide to get you started with Doodle Notes
- Cell Theory: The components and history of cell theory – including these scientists: Janssen, Hooke, Van Leeuwenhoek, Schleiden, Schwann, and Virchow
- Levels of Organization: the levels of organization in living things – cell, tissue, organ, organ system, organism. Examples of these in an animal and a plant. The difference between unicellular and multicellular organisms
- Eukaryotic and Prokaryotic Cells: eukaryotic cells – animal & plant cells, their organelles, and a comparison of them. Prokaryotic cells – bacterial cells, their organelles, and a comparison of eukaryotic and prokaryotic cells
- Specialized Cells: sperm cells, neuron/nerve cells, muscle cells, root hair cells, phloem cells, and xylem cells
- Cell Organelles: nucleus, cell membrane, cytoplasm, mitochondrion, chloroplast, vacuole, rough ER, smooth ER, golgi apparatus / body, lysosome, ribosome, centrioles and cell wall
- Viruses: the size of viruses compared to cells, basic structure of viruses, why viruses are considered non-living, bacteriophages, the lytic and lysogenic reproductive cycles of virsues, and a comparison of viruses to cells
- HIV and AIDS: methods of transmission, what HIV does in the body, symptoms, stages of infection and progression to AIDS, how it can be prevented, and how it is treated
How do I use the Doodle Notes?
- After checkout, you can immediately download the Doodle Notes
- Then you’ll choose which version you want students to use
- Simply print one set of notes for each student
And that’s it, your review lessons are ready to go!
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You can’t pour from an empty cup. Grab this unit of Doodle Notes and take some time for yourself today – you deserve it.