Crayola.com's giant-size cell model and Crystal-Clear-Science-Fair-Projects.com's plant cell science project are some good plant cell projects for kids. Crystal Clear Science Fair Projects' experiment involves the use of... More »

Representations of plant cells can be made using plastic baggies, a suspension fluid-like syrup and a range of self-selected objects to represent the cell parts or organelles. In a classroom setting, working in pairs is ... More »

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Most children begin learning about plant cells in the fifth grade, but the exact age depends on the educational standards in the state where the child attends school. Common Core standards are followed in most public sch... More »

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To make a 3-D plant cell model, create cytoplasm with Jell-O, then divide it in upper and lower halves. Put sweets, representing various organelles of a plant cell, into holes in the lower half of the Jell-O. Put the top... More »

Making an edible plant cell model pizza involves using premade, rectangular-shaped pizza dough as the base, pizza sauce to represent cytoplasm, and various pizza toppings for each of the cell organelles. The pizza toppin... More »

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To make a 3D plant cell model with play clay, make organelles with clay of different colors, each wrapped in white clay that stands for the cytoplasm. The last two wrapping layers are the membrane and the cell wall. More »

In general, plant cells vary from 10 to 100 micrometers, depending what type of plant is being studied. Plant cells are often larger than animal cells, which generally range from 10 to 30 micrometers. Ten micrometers are... More »