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September 2, 2020
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Kids will have fun learning about biology with this fun hands-on science activity to learn about animal and human body cells as well. This Jello Cell Model is also fun for kindergarten, first grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 6th grade, junior high, and high school! Food science projects are always making science more fun!

Jello cell model

Science has become the most anticipated subject in our school this year. And as a homeschool mom, there's nothing like seeing your kids excited about their learning! Since not all homeschoolers are very comfortable or enthusiastic about science (I have to admit I was), I wanted to share some of the home school science fun we had to inspire and encourage you! We made it edible Jello cell model to learn about the cells in our body. This is a fun hands-on science activity for Kindergarteners, Grade 1, Grade 2, Grade 3, Grade 4, Grade 5, Grade 6, Junior High, and Senior High!

Whether you're a parent, a teacher, or a homeschooler, you will love this fun science cell learning activity.

Edible Cell Project Jello

One of our favorite things to do in science so far has been making one Jello animal cell. First we learned what cells do and how they are built. Then we built one Candy Cell model with sweets we had lying around. (Note: this is a great activity for kids to use the extra Halloween candy!)

Jello animal cells

Jello cell project

You can use any flavor Jell-O or candy for yours Animal cell projectbut here is what we used and is pictured above.

  • Cytoplasm - Green Jelly-O
  • Endoplasmic reticulum - licorice
  • Vacuole-Whopper
  • Lysosome - M & Ms.
  • Goigi apparatus - banana toffee
  • Ribosomes - streusel
  • Mitochondrion - Mini Tootsie Roll
  • Nucleus - Pear & Jaw Breaker (a peach would work fine, but we ate ours as a snack instead)

Jello Animal Cell Project - This is a fun, hands-on science project for kids learning about animal cells. Great resources and explanations on how to use various items including candy to make and edible animal cells #Animal Cells #scienceforkids #homeschooling

We hope you enjoy it Jello animal cell as much as we do!

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