Make a Model of Plant or Animal cell

Cells are structural units that make up plants and animals. There are also many single celled organisms such as bacteria and amebas. 

Since cells are very small, we have to use microscopes in order to see their details. Another problem with cell observation is that many materials forming a cell are clear. We often need to use colorants that can help us to see cell membrane or other cell elements. 

Making a model of a cell is an educational activity that can help a student learn about the cell structure and transfer such knowledge to others as well. 

 Project description:
In this project you will make a model of a plant or animal cell. Your display may be used to answer any of the following questions.

How are plant cells different from animal cells?
What are the main parts of a plant cell?

Note: This is a display project. You will not need a hypothesis, experiment, results and graph for this project. Procedure in this project describes a model making activity.

 Details of this project
More details or support on this project is available for the members of Material needed for experiment may be found at home or obtained locally.