This is a Cell Transport Flow Chart.   Materials that move through the cell can use active or passive transport. Passive Transport doesn't use energy such as in osmosis and simple diffusion. Materials go from areas of high concentration to areas of low concentration. Active transport uses energy and goes from low concentrations to high against the gradient. -Enjoy! Science from Murf LLC

Osmosis Lesson, Cell Transport

Over 30 interactive science notebook activities for cells! Characteristics and needs of life, levels of organization, cell theory, microscope parts, Robert Hooke, eukaryotic and prokaryotic cell comparison, cell organelle structure and function, osmotic solutions, cellular respiration and photosynthesis, mitosis, active and passive transport, and MORE!

Cells Interactive Notebook Activities

Week 5 Reading Comprehension (E-5). This reading segment describes how a membrane allows things to move in and out of the cell. Cross-Curricular Focus: Life Science.

Active and Passive Transport

Week 5 Reading Comprehension This reading segment describes how a membrane allows things to move in and out of the cell.

Active and Passive Transport | 5th Grade Reading Comprehension Worksheet

Active and Passive Transport

A fun way to teach active and passive transport or cell functions.

Cell Functions - Active and Passive Transport

A fun way to teach active and passive transport or cell functions.

Osmosis Diffusion Science Interactive Notebook for Biology contains activities for teaching how cells move materials across the cell membrane. Students will learn about active transport, passive transport, osmosis, transport proteins, endocytosis, exocytosis, and osmotic solutions: hypertonic, isotonic, and hypotonic.

Osmosis Diffusion - Science Interactive Notebook

Cell Transport Foldable Diffusion, Passive Transport, Facilitated Diffusion, Active Transport, Osmosis, Endocytosis and Exocytosis.

Cell Transport Foldable Diffusion, Passive Transport, Facilitated Diffusion, Active Transport, Osmosis, Endocytosis and Exocytosis.

This foldable comes with an easy student directions sheet.This foldable opens to reveal the three types of passive and three types of active transport. Diffusion, osmosis, facilitated diffusion, Protein pumps, endocytosis and expcytosis. All have a space to define and draw examples.

Active and Passive Transport organizer

passive vs active transport

This picture compares active transport which can be confused with facilitated diffusion. The difference is that in active transport energy is used with the carrier protein however with facilitated it isn't used.

60 clues and 25 total bingo cards. No two bingo cards are alike. Each clue contains a statement, definition, example or fill-in-the-blank which corresponds to a square on the card.

Game: Cell bingo

Cell bingo- 60 clues and 25 unique bingo cards. Markers provide graphics to help students visualize the microscopic world.

A GIF made by the Amoeba Sisters demonstrating osmosis (a passive transport) in red blood cells! #AmoebaGIFS http://www.amoebasisters.com/amoebagifs.html

The Amoeba Sisters GIFs (animations) are a collection we created to supplement our videos. GIFs are popular on social media, and they are AWESOME in science for animating vocabulary or scientific processes!

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