In this activity, you'll explore the different kinds of cells that make up human skin and how the different skin cells relate to one another.
Go to The Cells in Your Body and read this basic introduction to cells. Be sure to take notes based on each of the resources you use in this lesson.
As you're reading, look for answers to these questions (you can write down the answers on your Skin Cells student sheet):
- What are all living things made up of?
- What are organisms with more than one cell called?
- How many different types of cells are in the human body?
- What are some things that all cells have and what do they do?
- What do groups of different types of cells create?
- What does a group of different organs working together to do a job make up?
- Can our cells die? If so, are they replaced?
This esheet is a part of the Skin Cells lesson.