Probably the same as the parts of a human cell.
During Unit 10 of school, as Samuel studied about dinosaurs in science, we explored animal cells. Science is one of the subjects he studies independently, even though I like to supervise the experiments.
Here are a few pictures of how he built a model of an animal cell to find the answer to this question.
|Mixing cornstarch and water for cytoplasm.|
|Wax paper is the membrane, conrstarch mixture is cytoplasm. Blue object in center is nucleus.|
|Marshmallows are vacuoles, which store food/waste.|
|Jelly beans are mytochondria (produces energy).|
He was right!