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Mitosis Doodle Notes

Mitosis is such an important concept in Cell Biology. This set of mitosis Doodle Notes will bring this process to life for your students and help them understand it! There are multiple versions and a completed example.

Each license is for single classroom use by the original purchaser only - if you would like to share this resource with your colleagues, please purchase additional licenses.
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These Mitosis Doodle Notes come in multiple versions for easy differentiation. Use the scaffolded fill-in-the-blanks version to support students or the open response version to challenge students. Assign the color versions digitally with a PDF editor like Kami or print them for high engagement. Use the blank mitosis diagrams for students that love to draw, or the completed diagrams version for students who don’t! These are a great review for the phases of mitosis, its purpose and outcome. A comparison between chromatids and chromosomes is also included, as this is something that tends to confuse students. This set of notes has got you and your students covered.
My Doodle Notes are zero prep – just print and go! There is a completed example to model the Doodle Notes for your students or let them check their answers.
Content covered:
  • The purpose and outcome of mitosis
  • Phases of mitosis: Prophase, Metaphase, Anaphase, Telophase
  • The difference between the terms “chromosome” and “chromatid”
My Mitosis Doodle Notes include:
  • 2 illustrated pages in the following versions:
  • Black and white version
  • Color version – assign digitally with a PDF editor extension, e.g. Kami
  • Scaffolded versions of both – fill in the blanks
  • Blank mitosis diagrams and completed mitosis diagrams
  • Completed example
  • And a handy guide on how to use Doodle Notes
Note: these are secured PDFs – the content within cannot be edited, so please ensure it fits your class and curriculum needs before completing your purchase.

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