Name: _______________________________________ Period: ___5th__Due Date: Feb. 14 2019 th Plant Cell Project Learning Target: Students will create a model of a cell, labeling each part, and designing a key with the definition/function of each part. Your assignment is to create a fantastic, colorful, and accurate model of a cell. Your cell must be 3- dimensional with front, back and sides. The model may be edible or non-edible. Extra credit for edible cells. All parts of your cell must be labeled clearly. Suggestion: use toothpicks and pieces of paper to make little flags. Your organelles should clearly represent the actual organelle. By just looking at an organelle I should be able to tell what it is. Ex: Your nucleus should not be square. Your mitochondria should have a folded inner membrane. Actual numbers of organelles found in real cells should be represented. Ex: Each cell has one nucleus. Plant cells have one large vacuole. Cells have multiple mitochondria and other organelles. Be unique and creative! Use a variety of appropriate materials This website gives you great ideas on how to create a cell model: http://www.kathimitchell.com/cells.html This blog has images that will walk you through making the entire projects: https://owlcation.com/stem/3d-cell-model Plant cells must have the following organelles: 1. Cell Wall 2. Cell Membrane 3. Cytoplasm 4. Nucleus 5. Nucleolus 6. Smooth ER 7. Rough ER 8. Ribosomes 9. Golgi Apparatus 10. Vacuole(s) 11. Mitochondria 12. Chloroplast Description Key: Don’t forget to include a key with your creation. The key must have title and define or explain the function of each cell part on your key. This project counts as a test grade. Your grade is based on cell accuracy, completeness, creativity, neatness, and effort.