About Human Cell
Use Crayola® crayons, colored pencils, or markers to color the parts of the cell. Use the word bank below to identify the parts of the human cell. Did you know?
The cell is the basic unit of the human body. There are over one billion cells in each human body. Cells group together to make skin, bones, and blood. Inside the cell nucleus is DNA, which identifies the color of hair, eyes, and skin. DNA also affects the way we look and act. Cell Vocabulary: 1. Nucleolus 2. Nucleoplasm 3. Mitochondrion 4. Nucleus 5. Cytoplasm 6. Ribosome 7. Golgi Complex 8. Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum 9. Cell Membrane 10. Vacuole 11. Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum Answers:
A=3; E=11; I=4; B=6; F=7; J=2; C=5; G=10; K=1; D=8; H=9