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|Guest Hollow’s High School Biology Textbook|
|3.3 Cell Transport and Homeostasis|
|Workbook||Chapter 3.3 workbook pages|
|Write a story where you describe the inner workings of a cell in a fictional setting. Make it accessible to younger children. Example: you can talk about visiting the library (DNA in the nucleus), watching the workers at the power plant (mitochondria), etc. This set of Quizlet flashcards or this PDF can help you come up with analogies. This PDF called a busy factory might also be helpful.|
|Illustrated Guide to Home Biology Experiments||Lab Session VII-1: Observing Specialized Eukaryotic Cells||Lab Session IV-2: Investigating Osmosis|
|Guest Hollow Labs||Osmosis Eggs or watch an Osmosis Eggs Video |
Do one experiment about osmosis and one for diffusion.
|Some additional diffusion activities are listed in Ellen McHenry’s Cell Curriculum for chapter 3 in the teacher’s section. I’ve scheduled chapter 3 for week 7, so you can those activities then as a refresher, or you can do them this week.|
|Apologetics and Creation Science|
|The New Answers Book 1||Chapter 13: Why Don’t We Find Human & Dinosaur Fossils Together?||Chapter 14: Can Catastrophic Plate Tectonics Explain Flood Geology?||Chapter 15: Don’t Creationists Believe Some “Wacky” Things?|
|Cells||Chapter 6: The nucleus and how ribosomes are made||Chapter 9: Types of Cells|
|Biology Coloring Workbook||Chapter 2|
(p. 30) Passive Transport
(p. 32) Active Transport and Endocytosis
|BrainPOP||Diffusion||Metabolism||Active Transport||Passive Transport|
|Make a cell pizza.||Printable: Build a cell membrane paper model|