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This LibGuide is filled with information and helpful links about the topics covered in 6th grade Social Studies.
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Resources from Mrs. Munoz

These are resources that I have created or found on the MPS website.  This information is very helpful!

 

The Parts of a Microscope

These are the microscopes used in 6th grade!

www.microscope-microscope.org/basic/microscope-parts.htm

Interesting Videos

These links will take you to the Learn360 website to watch videos on cells!

Online Resources

 

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Cells to Systems Overview

During this unit our class will be taking a closer look at microscopes and cells.  To begin our unit, we will learn the parts of a microscope and how to operate one properly.  As our unit on "Cells to Systems" continues we will be using the microscopes to enhance our understanding on the differences between plant and animal cells.  We will also be taking a closer look at our own cells and how they work together to keep us alive!  

Topics to be Covered:

*History of the Microscope

*Parts of a Microscope

*Important Scientists (Leeuwenhoek & Hooke)

 *Plant Cells

*Animal Cells

*Body Systems

 

The Cell Rap

 

Animal Cell

 

Plant Cell

 

Plant and Animal Cells

Search for infomation on plant and animal cells by typing "Plant and Animal Cells" into the search bar.

 

Assignments from Mrs. Munoz

Here you will find the links to homework assignments that I have assigned to you through my LibGuide.  Be sure to follow directions!

     

    eBooks

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    Salt Under a Microscope

     

    Chalk Under a Microscope

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