6 Kingdom Foldable

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6 Kingdom Foldable
• Match up the ends of your paper as if
you doing a hamburger fold…DO NOT
FOLD YOUR PAPER!
• Use your pencil to make a light mark
on the inside of your paper.
• Shutter fold… fold you paper in on
both side and let them meet in the
middle of your paper
• Fold each side
• Using a ruler(share) you will make a
tiny mark every 7 ½ cm
• Draw lines across your shutters where
you made your marks at every 7 ½ cm.
• On the inside draw a line down the
middle of your paper. This will give you
an idea on the space you will have
for your information.
• You will then cut the lines on the
shutters, but be sure not to cut the
back side of your foldable( this will
give you three tabs on each side of
your foldable).
On each tab, at the top, you will write
each kingdom on the tabs shown
ARCHAEBACTERIA
EUBACTERIA
PROTISTA
FUNGI
PLANTAE
ANIMALIA
Archaebacteria
• Cell Structure: Prokaryotic-no
nucleus
• Cells: unicellular
• Characteristics: live in harsh
environments, old bacteria
• Example: Pyrococcus furiasus
Eubacteria –
“true bacteria”
• Cell Structure: Prokaryotic-no
nucleus
• Cells: unicellular
• Characteristics: common
bacteria, new bacteria
• Example: E. coli
Protista
• Cell Structure: Eukaryotic-has a
nucleus
• Cells: unicellular or multicellular
• Characteristics: very different,
includes algae
• Example: paramecium or amoeba
Fungi
• Cell Structure: Eukaryotic-has a
nucleus
• Cells: unicellular or multicellular
• Characteristics: release enzymes
to digest food
• Example: mushroom
Plantae
• Cell Structure: Eukaryotic-has
a nucleus
• Cells: multicellular
• Characteristics: has a cell wall
and chloroplast
• Example: fern
Animalia
•Cell Structure:
Eukaryotic-has a nucleus
•Cells: multicellular
•Characteristics: variety
•Example: kangaroo
• Now underneath the name of the kingdom on the
outside of your foldable you can draw a picture of
the organism that is in that kingdom.
ecoli
Paramecium
Pyrococcus furiosus

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