Cell Labeling Worksheet Instructions: Using the Organelle List

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Cell Labeling Worksheet
Instructions: Using the Organelle List below, write each organelle term next to its
function description. By doing so, you will also be labeling the cell parts in your model.
“DNA,” “nucleus,” and “flagellum” are already filled in for you as an example.
Organelle List: DNA, nucleus, flagellum, cell membrane, cell wall, cytoplasm, rough
endoplasmic reticulum, smooth endoplasmic reticulum, ribosomes, golgi apparatus,
mitochondria, chloroplasts, cytoskeleton, vacuoles
Organelle
DNA
nucleus
flagellum
Model Material
string
Function Description
Contains the genetic
material of the cell
cupcake liner
Holds the DNA of the cell
pipe cleaner
Moves the cell around in
water
play-doh
The substance inside the
cell membrane that holds all
the organelles
sour punch straws
Surrounded by ribosomes
and separates proteins from
the cytoplasm
yarn
Receives, modifies, and
sends off proteins and other
molecules
chalk, flat marbles, or wood Provides a boundary and
chips
support for the cell
marshmallows
Stores and modifies reserve
energy or food material
toothpicks
Provides shape and
structure
beans
Makes ATP (energy)
split peas
Used for photosynthesis
bowl
Outer part of cell that
regulates its interaction with
the environment
raw sugar
Makes proteins
ribbon
Chemically modifies
proteins and other
molecules
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