Immune System Project Ideas

Instructor: Adrianne Baron

Adrianne has taught high school and college biology and has a master's degree in cancer biology.

It's time for your students to demonstrate what they've learned about the immune system. The projects described below are engaging and thorough enough to help your students to accomplish that goal.

Importance of Immune System Projects

There is so much information for your students to learn about the immune system. Sometimes, it can become overwhelming and seem boring. Immune system projects will help prevent that from happening. The projects presented here are designed to keep your students engaged and pique interest in learning more about the immune system. Each of the projects can be completed in 1-2 hours.

Which Immune Cell Am I?

Materials

  • large index cards
  • colored pencils
  • textbooks and/or computers with internet access

It's important for your students to become familiar with the different cells of the immune system. They will learn this as they create and then play the Which Immune Cell Am I? game. Your students can work on this project in pairs or in small groups of up to four students. This project is designed for elementary and middle school students.

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