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Mitosis Schematic - Labeled

A labeled diagram outlining the steps of animal cell division (mitosis).

This Mitosis BINGO Review Game is the perfect activity that is both fun and instructional. Students will enjoy playing a game while also getting to review for extra practice or before a test or quiz. This BINGO is unique because not only do the cards contain Mitosis and Cell Division Vocab terms, but it also includes images of cells in the different phases of Mitosis! #biology #mitosis #celldivision #tpt #wardbiology

Mitosis BINGO Review Game

This Mitosis BINGO Review Game is the perfect activity that is both fun and instructional. Students will enjoy playing a game while also getting to review for extra practice or before a test or quiz. This BINGO is unique because not only do the cards contain Mitosis and Cell Division Vocab terms, but it also includes images of cells in the different phases of Mitosis! #biology #mitosis #celldivision #tpt #wardbiology

Animation: How DNA Works - YouTube

A quick animated exposition of a complex subject - human reproduction at the DNA level.

Science With Mrs Lau has super-fun ideas and resources to help her high school students learn about mitosis and meiosis. Learn more about her ideas here.

How I Teach Mitosis and Meiosis in High School Biology

Students will flip over this lesson as they learn about cell reproduction and the stages of mitosis! Students take notes using the animated powerpoint, complete a mitosis diagram, and then make a mini-book that shows the process of mitosis. After labeling and coloring the various organelles, students will put the book in order according to the stages of mitosis following Interphase: Prophase, Metaphase, Anaphase, Telophase, and Cytokinesis. Flip through it and watch mitosis in action!

Mitosis

Students will flip over this lesson as they learn about cell reproduction and the stages of mitosis! Students take notes using the animated powerpoint, complete a mitosis diagram, and then make a mini-book that shows the process of mitosis. After labeling and coloring the various organelles, students will put the book in order according to the stages of mitosis following Interphase: Prophase, Metaphase, Anaphase, Telophase, and Cytokinesis. Flip through it and watch mitosis in action!

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