4th Grade Ch. 1 Lesson 2 How Are Living Things Grouped
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  • Ch. 1 Lesson 2 How are living things grouped?
  • Activity-Classifying Buttons
    • List 5 different characteristics of the buttons.
    • Classify the buttons into 3 different categories.
    • Give each category a name.
  • Scientists use a classification system to study, compare & identify living things. View slide
  • kingdom
    • largest classification group
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  • 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
  • organisms in the ancient bacteria kingdom
  • Ancient bacteria can live in extremely hot or salty water. The Mammoth Hot Springs
  • organisms in the true bacteria kingdom
  • organisms in the protist kingdom algae paramecia protists
  • organisms in the fungus kingdom yeast mushrooms mold
  • organisms in the plant kingdom
  • organisms in the animal kingdom
  • The Five Kingdoms of Living Things [01:08]
  • Name the kingdom animal kingdom
  • Name the kingdom ancient bacteria kingdom
  • paramecium protist kingdom Name the kingdom
  • Name the kingdom plant kingdom
  • Which kingdom’s organisms are multicellular and do make their own food? plant kingdom
  • Name the kingdom fungus kingdom
  • Which kingdom’s organisms are multicellular and do not make their own food? animal kingdom
  • Scientists divide kingdoms into smaller groups.
  • Genus
    • group of closely related living things
  • species
    • group of similar organisms that can mate & produce offspring
  • Animals from the Felidae Family black footed cat ocelot house cat Felis catus Leopardus pardalis Felis nigripes
  • Scientific Names [01:05] Genus species