Cell Transport is one of my favorite topics to teach. Usually it’s late October and my students have gotten through biochemistry and the organelles and are wondering how it all fits together. Watching the light bulbs in my students’ heads go on when they finally understand how materials get in and out of the cell is exciting!
Secondary Active Transport:
Other Resources for Teaching Cell Transport
Within this bundle of activities, I have my favorite resource for teaching about the sodium potassium pump. I have a page with 6 diagrams that show students step-by-step what happens in the sodium potassium pump cycle and another coloring page connecting this important transporter to the sodium glucose transporter.
I also have a whole set of doodle diagram notes that you can use to help students understand all of the cell transport processes. They work perfectly as little anchor charts in their notebooks!
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