Most single celled organisms reproduce by copying all their information, and making a copy; most multicellular organisms like humans and plants need to make special sex cells that have half of their information, and have to join another sex cell to make a new organism.
- Microscope Investigation
- Onion Cell Diagram
- Flower Diagraming (C)
- Bees Project (D)
- Humans and Plant Reproduction Comparison
- Quiz (A)
- Cells Video – BrainPop (log in through your email by clicking on the ‘little nine dots’ at the top, or ask your teacher for the login information)
- Cell Specialization Video – BrainPop. How are plant and animal cells different?
- Cells Alive! – plant and animal cells compared
- Plant Cells vs. Animal Cells
- Scale of the Universe – How big are cells?
- Cells, Tissues, Organs, Systems, Organisms – Some examples
- Cells, Tissues, Organs, Systems, Organisms – video
- Seed Plants Video – BrainPop
- Flower Parts!
- Pollination Video – BrainPop
- Adapted Article on Vanishing Bees
- Article on Vanishing Bees
- Why are bees disappearing? – video
- Human Reproductive System Video – BrainPop
- Female Reproductive System – Kidshealth.com, lots of text
- Female Reproductive System Diagram (inside or outside view, sort of animated)
- Male Reproductive System – Kidshealth.com, lots of text
- Male Reproductive System (outside view, sort of animated)
- What Happens During Pregnancy? Video – this series of videos show how a fertilized human egg cell grows into an embryo, and then a baby
- Puberty, Changing Bodies – Kidshealth.com, with questions and topics for girls and boys
- Puberty – What are some physical changes that happen to humans? How is this different and similar to what happens to plants? (From the government of Western Australia.)
- DNA of an Entire Nation Assessed – article