Cell Models

Prokaryotic Cells & Eukaryotic Cells

Today you will make two cell models

You will be making your models out of any materials available in the classroom. You may also use water bottles, milk cartons, or other creative things you may have with you today or tomorrow. You will have two days to complete both models. Be creative and use your time well!

Prokaryotic Cell Model

Remember that these cells do NOT have a membrane-bound nucleus. You must label the DNA in your model and the word "Prokaryote" must appear on the model. You need to have at least 4 cell structures (parts) on your model.

Eukaryotic Cell Model

Remember that these cells have DNA inside a membrane-bound nucleus. You must label the DNA, nuclear membrane, and the nucleus in your model and the word "Eukaryote" must appear on the model. You need to have at least 8 cell structures (parts) on your model.
Here is a website to help you out.

This is for prokaryotes.

Prokaryotic AND Eukaryotic Cells

This site explains what every part does in both types of cells.