This is a cell. Cells make up every living thing.
I'm the Cell Wall. I protect the cell and keep the structure firm. But I only like plant cells.
I'm a Vacuole. I hold water and nutrients that this cell will need later.
I'm a Chloroplast! I'm pretty important. I make photosynthesis possible. I also give plants their gorgeous green color.
I'm more important because I'm a Mitochondria. I make respiration possible for not only plants but animals, too!
We're Ribosomes. We're just little helpers. We make protein for the cell.
These children don't know but I'm really the most important. Without me, you see, this cell wouldn't be a cell. I hold the DNA. But shhh, don't tell the others.
I am the Cell Membrane. I am simply what determines what comes in the cell and what goes out.
I'm Cytoplasm. I keep these organelles in their own little spaces and hold the pressure of the cell.
Meanwhile, a cell in another organism far far away lies two other organelles. The Golgi Apparatus groups together proteins and other minerals while the Endoplasmic Reticulum works to send them to places in and out of the cell.