Domain: Bacteria Kind of cells: ______________ Classified by

Domain: Bacteria Kind of cells: ______________ Classified by

Kingdom Bacteria Domain: Bacteria Kind of cells: ______________ Classified by: _____________ Domain: Archaea Kind of cells: ______________ Classified by: _____________ Kingdom Archaea Kingdom Protista Domain: Eukarya Kind of cells: ___________ Classified by: ___________

Kingdom Plantae Contains _____ Kingdoms Kingdom Fungi Kingdom Animalia Domains Fill in the information for each of the domains on your graphic organizer using page 293 Organize the cards into the three

domains Domains Answers Domain Bacteria Cyanobacteria Bacteria Domain Archaea - Halophile - Thermophile Domain Eukarya

Paramecium, Euglena, Amoeba, Mushroom, Mold, Pine Tree, Bluebonnet, Cactus, Koala, Turtle, Skunk Kingdoms Dont fill in anything Organize the cards into the six kingdoms

(Hint: Kingdom Bacteria has the same things as Domain Bacteria and Kingdom Archaea has the same things as Domain Archaea) Kingdom Answers Kingdom Paramecium Euglena Amoeba Kingdom

Protista Plantae Pine Tree Bluebonnet Cactus Kingdom

Mushroom Mold Kingdom Fungi Koala Turtle Skunk Animalia

Kingdom Answers Kingdom Paramecium Euglena Amoeba Kingdom Protista

Plantae Pine Tree Bluebonnet Cactus Kingdom Mushroom Mold Kingdom

Fungi Koala Turtle Skunk Animalia Kingdom Animalia More than one cell Consume food

Reproduces with two parents Kingdom Protista Can make its own food Reproduces with one parent Single-celled (can also be multicelluar) Kingdom Plantae More than one cell Makes its own food (photosynthesis)

Reproduces with two parents Kingdom Fungi More than one cell Consumes food Reproduces with one parent Game 5 Clues Im going to give you 10 clues about an organism on your cards. When your group thinks you know what organism I am thinking of, raise up your white board with the answer on it.

The more clues I have left, the more points you get. For example, if I have only revealed 2 clues and there are 3 clues left, your group would get 3 points. There is no penalty for wrong guesses. Game 5 Clues I consume food. I have no nucleus. I reproduce with one parent. I have only one cell. I live somewhere where temperatures are extreme, so my name sounds like

thermometer. Correct answer: Thermophile Game 5 Clues I can either consume food or make my own. I have a nucleus. I reproduce with one parent. I have only one cell. In my picture, I am both bent and straight. Correct answer: Euglena Game 5 Clues

I consume food. I have a nucleus. I have more than one cell. I reproduce with one parent. I sometimes grow in places that other people think are dirty, such as in waste or rotting trees. Correct answer: Mushroom Game 5 Clues I have more than one cell. I sometimes grow on bread that is old.

I consume food. I reproduce with one parent. I am related to the mushroom. Correct answer: Mold. Game 5 Clues I have more than one cell. I make my own food. I have spines. I reproduce with two parents. I mostly grow in the desert. Correct answer: Cactus. Game 5 Clues

I have one cell. I have a nucleus. I consume food. I reproduce with one parent. We sometimes watch science videos hosted by the __ __ __ __ __ __ sisters. Correct answer: Amoeba Game 5 Clues I have more than one cell. I have a nucleus. I consume food.

I reproduce with two parents. My backbone is connected to my shell. Correct answer: Turtle

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