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Old 10-30-2005, 03:40 PM
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O.K, in my 7th grade science class, we are learning about cells. I was wondering what you would think of a model of the inside of a cell made out of food. For example, the cytoplasme could be made out of Jello, the neucleus out of pudding, the nucleolus made out of a cherry, and on and on. If you want me to go on, please tell me, but that is all that I will post here. This could be used as a project for an elmentary science fair, that is what my sister is doing for hers. Please give some input!
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Well, this is a very interesting and yummy project, but that is the problem, its just a project. Most science fairs require a "Scientific Method" experiment. This may not fit into the requirements. However, as a teaching aid and or learning tool. I give it a thumbs up! You could have the student make there own and give the job of the organelle as they are putting it in. And then, the only way they get to eat there creation is to answer a question about an organelle. Good job Minnie
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cool that's an excellent idea wish I could come but I'm like half way around the world or not where your living hope it goes well and good luck
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Only one word can describe this project! YUM!!
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Thumbs up thats a good one!!!

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O.K, in my 7th grade science class, we are learning about cells. I was wondering what you would think of a model of the inside of a cell made out of food. For example, the cytoplasme could be made out of Jello, the neucleus out of pudding, the nucleolus made out of a cherry, and on and on. If you want me to go on, please tell me, but that is all that I will post here. This could be used as a project for an elmentary science fair, that is what my sister is doing for hers. Please give some input!
hey thats cool we had to do the same thing last year i got most eatable looking and a hundred!! so i mean it worked for me thats just cool that someone else thought of the same idea. hey well it worked for me i really hope it works for you. except i used a fruit roll up for something i just forgot what it was. well good luck i really hope you do well.
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it does sound good doesnt it.?!?! sounds tastier than mine did i can tell you that much mine tasted good and all but hers sounds better.
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Why don't you make the mitochondria out of those oval cookies that have the zigzag icing!
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Question Sounds Good to me!!!1

I think that is a great idea!!!! by the way, i was wondering how to become a mentor.....any suggestions?
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Ya that project was fun and was very informational. I think that it was also a good time waster if you know what I mean. (didnt have to do anything but it for the entire week)
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That sounds really cool. I know because my teacher is doing the same thing
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