Hands on Cell Membrane Transport activity! Let your students visualize how cell membrane transport works by making a model! Flexible – digital and print versions for distance learning or in class.
The Cell Membrane Transport Activity includes:
- Print, cut, and go!: Phospholipids, glucose molecules, carbon dioxide molecules, a protein channel and a protein pump. Have your students cut out the pieces and use them to model the cell membrane, Simple Diffusion, Facilitated Diffusion, and Active Transport with a protein pump. Print it in color, or print the black and white version
- Digital Drag and Drop: Google Slide set with draggable parts so that students can create the models online. Perfect for saving paper, saving time (no cutting!) and during distance learning!
- Answer Key
- Teaching Guide shows you step by step tips on how to use this resource with your students.
Your students will have a much better understanding of the different types of membrane transport after making the model!
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