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Supports TN State Science Standard 7.LS1.3Students will be researching kingdoms and looking at the ways we classify organisms. They will also be creating a poster comparing how two animals in the same kingdom are related.
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7th
This is a great way to introduce a unit on taxonomy, the diversity of life, and the six kingdoms of living organisms. This is a group activity, but it could be done individually as well. I am including the full directions below so you can get an idea of what this activity entails. There are four follow-up/reflection questions for students to complete on their own after the activity. Directions: To begin, divide students into groups. Groups of three or four work fine. Larger groups may keep som
Your students will classify organisms from Kingdom Animalia into 9 phyla based on characteristics and examples. Your students will be able to classify organisms by phylum after completing this interactive activity. Phyla include Porifera, Cnidaria, Platyhelminthes, Nematoda, Mollusca, Annelida, Echinodermata, and Chordata. You can use the online Boom Learning version which is self-grading OR print out hard copies of the attached PDF on card stock. Click here for a preview of the Classifying K
This PowerPoint visualized the six kingdoms of living things. It covers the questions scientists use to classify living things, and then has visual examples of organisms in each kingdom. Finally, it has check for understanding by asking students to classify organism's based on hints and a picture of an organism.
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5th - 8th
Expanded Vocabulary Unit on the Classification of Organisms by Kingdom for 6th Grade Science. Picture / Visual Vocabulary. Word Wall.Great if you have extra time to spend in depth on the Kingdoms!Follows the TEKS Vocabulary of Instruction in this unit (for Texas teachers) as well as a few additional terms.EubacteriaArchaebacteriaProtistaFungiPlantaeAnimaliaNeed more?ALL individual vocabulary units (and bundles!) are available in my TPT store!Follow me on Social Media!Pinterest Blog Facebook
Six Kingdoms of Life Accordion Booklet: is a fun hands on activity for students to use in their interactive notebooks. Students may research different facts about each of the six kingdoms of life and write what they find on the provided blank lines. This booklet also doubles as a coloring book, as students may color in the different types of organisms. A completed six kingdoms of life booklet with answers is included. This six kingdoms of life Booklet contains the following: 1. Assembly Instr
“Six Kingdoms of Life Poster Project” is a guideline for designing a poster displaying the scientific classification of life - six kingdoms of living things: animals, plants, fungi, protists, eubacteria, and archaebacteria. It is a cross-curricular activity to engage in project-based learning when building a strong foundation for the concept of classifying live organisms.Provide your students an opportunity to convey researched information in a creative yet accessible and understandable way. Whe
This product can be used at the end of your classification unit. It includes 50 review questions, a coloring mandala, and answer key. This product covers the following topics: 1. Characteristics of living organisms 2. Why do scientists classify living organisms?3. The history of classification4. Levels of taxonomy 5. The three domains of life6. The six kingdoms7. Classification vocabulary
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6th - 8th
Included in this activity are 10 stations that are centered around biological classification and the 6 biological kingdoms. The lesson is 22 pages and non-editable. See description below of each station and required materials.Station 1: At this station students will watch a video clip on extremophiles. 1 computer with Youtube access is required. Station 2: At this station students will complete a card sort. It is recommended to print the pictures in color prior to the activity. Station 3: At thi
In this activity students "get to know" each of the 4 Eukaryotic Kingdoms a little better. In this activity, students will:CLASSIFY 20 organism pictures into the animal, plant, fungi, or protist category by cutting out the pictures and placing them in the appropriate columnANSWER analysis questions about the distinguishing characteristics of each kingdomTeacher Notes:There are 20 little figures to cut around, so if you want the activity to go faster, try it in pairs.You may find our Classificat
The classification of the Six kingdoms of life is a 55 slide power point presentation and 8 pages of students notes, design to help you teach the six kingdoms of life. This presentations contains 4 formative assessments. In addition, This learning show contains high quality images, animations and graphic organizers. Teaching concepts are: Taxonomy, the six kingdoms of life, archaebacteria, eubacteria, protist, plantae, animalia, main characteristics, type of cells, nutrition, habitat, locomot
With this foldable, students will have a quick guide to how organisms are classified into Kingdoms. Who developed the method of naming organisms that we have today? Students will know with this guide! Open up the foldable and there is are six open spot for students to write down the properties of each Kingdom. A great tool!With this foldable, you have the option of it opening up to the left or to the right.Please rate and comment! I appreciate your business! :-)Corresponds to: Science TEKS 6.12D
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6th - 9th

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Use this resource for teaching, reviewing, or assessing your students' understanding of the kingdom of organisms and their characteristics. Students match characteristics of kingdoms by coloring spaces on the infographic. You can use the infographic as an interactive and visual notes page or for review or assessment. Differentiated versions are included to meet individual student needs. Check out the preview for a complete view of the resource. Keywords: science, biology, life science,
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6th - 11th
This card sort activity will prepare your 9th and 10th grade biology students to compare and classify organisms in Kingdom Animalia into their phyla based on traits, descriptions, examples, and pictures. Phyla classification includes Porifera, Nematoda, Cnidaria, Annelida, Platyhelminthes, Echinodermata, Mollusca, Arthropoda, and Chordata.Important Informationincludes Easel digital version onlineAnswer key includedRecommended for 9th and 10th grade biology TEKS CoveredB.8B – hierarchical classif
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9th - 10th
This BOOM deck is a valuable asset for those who are introducing or have just introduced the 6 kingdoms to their classroom. Students will go over the 6 kingdoms and find out the amount of cells, if they contain a nucleus, how they obtain energy, and if they move from place to place. By answering the questions and reviewing the chart as they go, students will be able to retain a lot of the information included and better classify organisms based on the information provided. Makes a great addition
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4th - 6th
Save 20% and buy the BUNDLE!Card Sorts of Science BundleThis card sort is for practicing understanding of classification of organisms to the kingdom taxa.The card sort comes with 32 cards.-18 cards are the Organism Cards . For each Kingdom, there are THREE different organisms that students can practice classifying. (The back of each of these cards have their correct kingdom and trait classification)-8 cards are the Trait Cards. If you're a middle school teacher or biology teacher, then you will
This bundle of activities on zoology will prepare your 9th and 10th grade biology students to compare and classify organisms in Kingdom Animalia into their phyla based on traits, descriptions, examples, and pictures. Phyla classification includes Porifera, Nematoda, Cnidaria, Annelida, Platyhelminthes, Echinodermata, Mollusca, Arthropoda, and Chordata. Important InformationAnswer keys includedIncludes activities recommended for 10th grade science, biology, and AP biology classes Included in this
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9th - 10th
**PRE-MADE SIGNS IN PREVIEW**This is a strategy that I learned about in a PD meeting. I used it in my classroom and realized a few things immediately: --> It takes a lot of time to make (which is why I've now made it for you :-)--> It's very effective The traditional 4 corners game goes like this:1) Put up 5 signs around the classroom that say each of the following types of organisms (as a vocabulary practice).2) Project the picture3) Either call on the entire class to run to the right co
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4th - 8th
This is an amazing lab in which students study the characteristics of different types of pasta and create their own taxonomical key. Objective: The purpose of this lab is to better understand how living organisms are classified. Instructions: You are to construct an identification key and a dichotomous key for “The Kingdom of Pasta.” Read the background information then follow the procedures that follow. Background: Classification is the process of grouping objects or information based o
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7th - 12th
This review worksheet on zoology will prepare your 9th and 10th grade biology students to compare and classify organisms in Kingdom Animalia into their phyla based on traits, descriptions, examples, and pictures. Phyla classification includes Porifera, Nematoda, Cnidaria, Annelida, Platyhelminthes, Echinodermata, Mollusca, Arthropoda, and Chordata. Important InformationAnswer key includedRecommended for 9th and 10th grade biology TEKS CoveredB.8B Related ResourcesCard Sort Activity – Photosynth
This Kingdoms of Life Scientific Investigation lab activity will help students investigate, observe, and analyze how organisms are classified into the 6 kingdoms of life. This resource comes with a teacher reference guide, teacher directions, PowerPoint introduction, student sheets (regular and modified) with answer keys, exit ticket with answer key, and a warm-up for reviewing the major concept of the lab activity the next day in class. Every page is also 100% fully editable so you are able to
Students use characteristics of organisms to classify them into one of the six kingdoms: Archaebacteria, Eubacteria, Protista, Fungi, Plantae, or Animalia. Characteristics used are cell type (prokaryotic, eukaryotic), number of cells (unicellular, multicellular), and nutrition (autotrophic, heterotrophic).
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5th - 8th
Become an expert in taxonomy! Learn about the history of taxonomy and the contributions of Aristotle and Carl Linnaeus. Learn how scientists classify and name all living things. Students will become experts in the taxonomic categories through these visually based interactive lessons. This multi-lesson instruction includes a lesson on the science of taxonomy and a lesson on each taxonomic kingdom. It covers approximately 6-8 weeks of curriculum material. Each lesson has classroom posters and inte
Topics covered in this chapter:Classification systems of Aristotle and LinnaeusSpecies and scientific namesTypes of cellsTypes of organismsTypes of nutritionCharacteristics of the six kingdoms Link to Preview File</a>This product includes:Fill in the Blank NotesI have created fill in the blank notes for the chapters of Biology that I teach. Students follow along with the Notes PowerPoint and write the correct word(s) in the provided blanks. File type: Word, PDFDigital version has provided
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Grades:
7th - 10th

Also included in: Biology Yearlong Course

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