Living and nonliving things are all around us. This video covers the difference between living and nonliving things at the cellular level using a compound microscope. It also introduces the characteristics of a living organism. In this video you will see pond water samples (unicellular organisms), cheek cells (multicellular organism), rock minerals (nonliving), and sand (nonliving).
Understand what it means to be unicellular or multicellular
Understand that multicellular organisms are made up of many different types of cells