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4 Scientists start by breaking plants/animals into kingdoms. Scientist continue to sort these groups into even smaller groups. Each time they sort, they use the organism’s features to decide whether or not the organism belongs to the group. The largest classification group would be the “kingdom”

5 An organism may be classified according to the number of cells and cell parts it has, where it lives, and how it obtains food.

6 All animals belong to the same kingdom. Scientists use the smallest two groups to name organisms. A genus is a group of closely related living things. A species is a group of similar organisms that can mate produce offspring.

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9 have fur or hair breathe with lungs feed their young milk

10 Platypus Echidna Dolphins Orangutan Bat

11 have two legs most fly with wings hatch from eggs

12 Black-capped chickadee Penguins Eagle

13 live only in water breathe with gills are born live or hatch eggs

14 Bubble-eyed goldfish Salmon Great-white shark

15 land animals that have scales has lungs for breathing hatches from eggs

16 Corn snake Sea turtle lizard Alligator

17 Animals that usually live first on water and later on land lay eggs have moist skin

18 Amazon Horned FrogCave SalamanderCaecilians

19 I have two legs. I fly with wings. I hatch from eggs.

20 I have fur or hair. I feed my young milk. I breathe with lungs.

21 I live only in water. I breathe with gills. My young are born live or hatched from eggs.

22 What am I? Mammal, Bird, Fish, Amphibian or Reptile? I am a mammal. My body is warm and furry. I feed my babies on milk. I give birth to live young.

23 What am I? Mammal, Bird, Fish, Amphibian or Reptile? I am a mammal. My body is covered in hair, or fur. I feed my babies on milk. I give birth to live young.

24 What am I? Mammal, Bird, Fish, Amphibian or Reptile? I am an amphibian. My body is moist and smooth. I lay eggs. I like to live in or near to water.

25 What am I? Mammal, Bird, Fish, Amphibian or Reptile? I am a bird. My body is warm and covered with feathers. I lay eggs which hatch out into chicks.

26 Although I have wings, I am in fact a mammal. My body is covered in hair, not feathers. I feed my babies on milk. I do not lay eggs.

27 I am a mammal. If you stand very close to me, you will see I have hairs on my body. I feed my babies on milk. I do not lay eggs. What am I? Mammal, Bird, Fish, Amphibian or Reptile?

28 What am I? Mammal, Bird, Fish, Amphibian or Reptile? I am a reptile. My body is covered in dry scales. I lay eggs.

29 What am I? Mammal, Bird, Fish, Amphibian or Reptile? I am a bird. My body is warm and covered with feathers. I lay eggs which hatch out into chicks.

30 What am I? Mammal, Bird, Fish, Amphibian or Reptile? I am a fish. My body is cold to touch and is covered in scales. I lay eggs. I use gills to breathe with under water.

31 What am I? Mammal, Bird, Fish, Amphibian or Reptile? I am a reptile. My body is covered in dry scales. I lay eggs.

32 I am an amphibian. My body is moist and smooth. I lay eggs. I like to live in or near to water. What am I? Mammal, Bird, Fish, Amphibian or Reptile?

33 I am a mammal. My body is warm and furry. I feed my babies on milk. I give birth to live young. What am I? Mammal, Bird, Fish, Amphibian or Reptile?

34 What am I? Mammal, Bird, Fish, Amphibian or Reptile? I am a reptile. My body is covered in dry scales. I lay eggs.

35 What am I? Mammal, Bird, Fish, Amphibian or Reptile? I am a fish. My body is cold to touch and is covered in scales. I lay eggs. I use gills to breathe with under water.

36 Animals that are ______________________ have NO backbone Most of the animals in the world are invertebrates.

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39 I can identify how plants are classified I can classify plants

40 We start with… How they transport water and nutrients: Vascular or Non-Vascular

41 Vascular Plants – Have tube like structures that transport water and nutrients Can grow tall Ferns Celery

42 Moss Non-Vascular Plants – Pass nutrients from one cell to the next Low to the ground

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44 We sort those by: How they reproduce: Seeds or Spores

45 Scientists sort plants in a variety of ways, based on how they transport water and nutrients or how they reproduce. Vascular plants have tubelike structures that transport water and nutrients within the plant. Ex: Bamboo & Trees Nonvascular plants grow low to the grown and can pass water and nutrients only from one cell to the next. Ex: Moss & Hornworts

46 Flowering plants and cone-bearing plants reproduce by producing seeds. Ferns and mosses reproduce by producing spores.

47 Fern with spores


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