4th Grade Ch. 1 Lesson 2 How Are Living Things Grouped

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4th Grade Ch. 1 Lesson 2 How Are Living Things Grouped

  1. 1. Ch. 1 Lesson 2 How are living things grouped?
  2. 2. Activity-Classifying Buttons <ul><li>List 5 different characteristics of the buttons. </li></ul><ul><li>Classify the buttons into 3 different categories. </li></ul><ul><li>Give each category a name. </li></ul>
  3. 3. Scientists use a classification system to study, compare & identify living things.
  4. 4. kingdom <ul><li>largest classification group </li></ul>
  5. 5. kingdoms of living things # of cells How it gets food Ancient bacteria 1 Make own food True bacteria 1 Some make own food, some must get food Protists 1 or many Some make own food, some must get food Fungi Many Absorbs food Plants Many Make own food Animals Many Do not make own food
  6. 6. organisms in the ancient bacteria kingdom
  7. 7. Ancient bacteria can live in extremely hot or salty water. The Mammoth Hot Springs
  8. 8. organisms in the true bacteria kingdom
  9. 9. organisms in the protist kingdom algae paramecia protists
  10. 10. organisms in the fungus kingdom yeast mushrooms mold
  11. 11. organisms in the plant kingdom
  12. 12. organisms in the animal kingdom
  13. 13. The Five Kingdoms of Living Things [01:08]
  14. 14. Name the kingdom animal kingdom
  15. 15. Name the kingdom ancient bacteria kingdom
  16. 16. paramecium protist kingdom Name the kingdom
  17. 17. Name the kingdom plant kingdom
  18. 18. Which kingdom’s organisms are multicellular and do make their own food? plant kingdom
  19. 19. Name the kingdom fungus kingdom
  20. 20. Which kingdom’s organisms are multicellular and do not make their own food? animal kingdom
  21. 21. Scientists divide kingdoms into smaller groups.
  22. 22. Genus <ul><li>group of closely related living things </li></ul>
  23. 23. species <ul><li>group of similar organisms that can mate & produce offspring </li></ul>
  24. 24. Animals from the Felidae Family black footed cat ocelot house cat Felis catus Leopardus pardalis Felis nigripes
  25. 25. Scientific Names [01:05] Genus species
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