Terms from our book: The Kingdoms of Life: Classification Chapter 7
Six Kingdoms of Life
Archaebacteria: Single-cell (prokaryotic: simple cells containing no enclosed organelles) organisms that live in extreme environments
Eubacteria: A single-celled (prokaryotic)organism found everywhere on earth
Protists: A small (eukaryotic: cells containing enclosed organelles) organism that lives in wet environments
Fungi: Organisms that digest food outside of its body
Plants: A multicellular organism that can make food using the sun’s energy
Animals: Any living creature that can breathe and move about
There are Six recognized Kingdoms: Archaebacteria, Eubacteria, Protista, Fungi, Planta, Animalia
Draw a picture representing each of the six Kingdoms and label it accordingly.
Make a lapbook for each kingdom.