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CES students make edible cells

Campbellsville Elementary School fifth-graders are learning all about cells in their science class.

 

In Donna White’s class, students are learning the parts of a cell and how each functions.

 

For an extra credit project after the unit, students could make an edible cell.

 

Students baked cakes and used Jell-O and pizza crusts as the base for their cell.

 

They added icing, gummy worms, crackers, sprinkles, vanilla wafers and much more to identify the parts of the cell.

 

After enjoying their edible creations, each class voted on which cell was the most disgusting, most attractive design, best tasting and most accurate.

 

CMS fifth-grade science students hold their edible cells. From left, front, are fifth-graders Kylee Sowders, Ta’Zaria Owens, Mackenzie Negron, Taylan Hunt, Kate Billeter and Dakota Broyles. Back, Dezarae Washington, Destiny Lane, Zeke Harris, Averi Perkins, Piper Maggard and Riley Newton.

CMS fifth-grade science students hold their edible cells. From left, front, are fifth-graders Kylee Sowders, Ta’Zaria Owens, Mackenzie Negron, Taylan Hunt, Kate Billeter and Dakota Broyles. Back, Dezarae Washington, Destiny Lane, Zeke Harris, Averi Perkins, Piper Maggard and Riley Newton.





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