Forest Area students create life's ‘cells'

Mrs. Druckemiller’s sixth grade science classes have been working very hard to learn about life’s classification and structure. The students have learned how living things are classified, what are prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells, various cell parts and their jobs, and other important concepts throughout the chapter. The students were asked to make either a 3-D plant or animal cell to end the chapter. They could use edible or nonedible materials and had to label the cell parts. As you can see the students, greatly enjoyed this project and were very creative in their designs. Sixth-grade students showing off their masterpieces are: (front row - from left) Miguel Martinez, Christian Kluck, Ezra Busch, Kylian Droddy and Tyler Swaim and (second row) Eric Peyatt, Conner Summerville, Brayden Felix, Grace Flick, Alexis Donato and Becca Wagner.

Forest Area students create life's ‘cells'