Kingdoms of Life Card Sort

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A Hands-on Activity for the
Life Science classroom
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Teacher Prep:
- 6 Kingdom Header Cards (Color and Black & White)
• Print Kingdom cards out – preferably in color
and on card stock
- 6 Lettered Kingdom Description Cards
- 24 Numbered Organism Cards
- Answer Key with source credits (if applicable). Taxonomies
of certain groups change and/or are currently being
challenged. I provided an answer key based on my studies;
however, please adjust based on current classifications.
• Create as many sets as needed and
laminate for continued use.
• Ideally, this should be done in pairs;
however, I recommend no more than a
group of four.
Instructions:
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• Students read the clues on the Lettered cards (A, B, C, D, E).
• Students observe, discuss, and place each Numbered organism card (1 - 24)
in the appropriate category (lettered card) they believe describes that Kingdom.
• Activity should take no more than 10 minutes unless you have students defend their classifications in their
Interactive Notebooks.
• I also provided Kingdom Header Labels.
Students can place the Lettered cards with the organism cards under the appropriate Kingdom Header.
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This example illustrates what it might look like in your classroom based on the directions provided on the
previous page.
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Kingdom Header Card 
Kingdom Clue Card 
Kingdom Organism 
Cards
Cover & Border Clip art credits:
Teaching Ink
Teacher’s Clipart
Glitter Meets Glue Designs
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Pages 6 – 9
Lettered
Description Cards
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and indicate that prior to printing. 
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a
A
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• These are unicellular or multicellular, eukaryotic organisms.
• Some are autotrophic and play a major role in maintaining the health of an ecosystem,
such as supporting coral reefs and serving as food for many marine organisms; while
others are heterotrophic.
• Many of the unicellular organisms move by means of cilia and flagella.
• Some organisms reproduce via mitosis; while some reproduce asexually, sexually, or
through a combination of both.
• Many of these organisms are involved in symbiotic relationships with other organisms.
Most of these relationships are mutualistic. Unfortunately, there are some organisms
within this group that cause disease as well.
• The classification of organisms in this Kingdom is subject to debate by scientists.
This card describes the Kingdom Protista. Determine the number of copies needed. Print and cut out to create a card.
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B
A
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• Organisms in this Kingdom are heterotrophic eukaryotes.
• Organisms have a cell wall composed of a polymer called chitin.
• These are decomposers and obtain their nutrients by releasing digestive enzymes that
break down organic matter into simple molecules.
• Some species engage in symbiotic relationships with other organisms. Many of these
relationships are mutualistic. Unfortunately, there are some organisms within this group
that cause disease as well.
• Members of this group can produce sexually. Other members may reproduce asexually by
releasing spores that are able to travel through air or water; or through cell budding.
This card describes the Kingdom Fungi. Determine the number of copies needed. Print and cut out to create a card.
c
A
•
•
•
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These unicellular organisms are classified as prokaryotes and have cell walls.
The DNA sequence of key genes in this group are similar to those of eukaryotes.
Several species live in extremely harsh locations, such as salty or hot environments.
Theses organisms reproduce through a process known as binary fission.
Members vary by size and shape; as well as how they obtain energy.
This card describes the Kingdom Archaebacteria. Determine the number of copies needed. Print and cut out to create a card.
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d
A
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• Members of this Kingdom are multicellular, eukaryotic heterotrophs that obtain their
energy by eating other organisms.
• The cells of these organisms lack a cell wall.
• Organisms in this group tend to be extremely mobile.
• Some organisms in this group have a hollow nerve chord and a notochord, while others
have a backbone made up of vertebrae.
• Most organisms in this group reproduce sexually; however, there are a some members
that can reproduce asexually.
This card describes the Kingdom Animalia. Determine the number of copies needed. Print and cut out to create a card.
E
A
•
•
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•
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These unicellular organisms are classified as prokaryotes and have cell walls.
Members of this Kingdom can live almost everywhere.
The organisms reproduce through a process known as binary fission.
Some species utilize pili or flagella for movement.
Members vary by size and shape; as well as how they obtain energy.
Antibiotics are used to combat illness caused by these organisms.
This card describes the Kingdom Eubacteria. Determine the number of copies needed. Print and cut out to create a card.
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F
A
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• Members of this group are eukaryotes that have cell walls containing a carbohydrate
called cellulose.
• These organisms are found in water and on land; however, a majority of these organisms
are stuck in one place.
• This group contains unicellular and multicellular organisms; and they are capable of
reproducing asexually and sexually.
• This group is capable of producing oxygen and its own food through a process known as
photosynthesis.
• Life without this group would be difficult to imagine because many species provide food
and shelter that help sustain a majority of other organisms.
This card describes the Kingdom Plantae. Determine the number of copies needed. Print and cut out to create a card.
Pages 11 – 14
Organism Cards
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2
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Bracket Fungus
Dolphin
British soldier lichen
(Cladonia macilenta)
(Delphinidae)
Organism Cards
Organism Cards
4
5
6
Thermophile
Staphylococcus
Venus Flytrap
(Dionaea muscipula)
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8
9
Starfish
Halophile
Green algae
(Halococcus)
(Spirogyra)
Organism Cards
Organism Cards
10
11
12
Squirrel
Red Marine Algae
Horsetail
(Sciuridae)
(Rhodophyta)*
(Equisetum hymale)
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14
15
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Streptococcus pyogenes
(Streptococcaceae)
Giant Panda
paramecium
(A. melanoleuca)
(Paramecium aurelia)
Organism Cards
16
Organism Cards
17
18
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Volvox
Gumbo Limbo Tree
Liberty Cap
(Volvox aureus)
(Bursera simaruba)
(Psilocybe semilanceata)
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20
21
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Mold
M. tuberculosis
(Mycobacteriaceae)
Organism Cards
22
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Acidophile
(Alicyclobacillus)
Organism Cards
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24
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Helicobacter pylori
(Helicobacteraceae)
Methanogen
Bonnet Mould
(Methanopyrus kandleri)
(Spinellus fusiger)
Pages 16 – 19
Answer Key
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2
3
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Bracket Fungus
Dolphin
Attribution: John Tustin
(Delphinidae)
Organism Cards
British soldier lichen
(Cladonia macilenta)
Organism Cards
4
5
6
Thermophile
Staphylococcus
Venus Flytrap
(Dionaea muscipula)
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8
9
Starfish
Halophile
Green algae
(Halococcus)
(Spirogyra)
Attribution: Alain Feulvarch
Organism Cards
Organism Cards
10
11
12
Squirrel
Red Marine Algae
Horsetail
(Sciuridae)
(Rhodophyta)*
(Equisetum hymale)
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14
15
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Streptococcus pyogenes
(Streptococcaceae)
Attribution: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Giant Panda
(A. melanoleuca)
Organism Cards
16
paramecium
(Paramecium aurelia)
Attribution: Barfooz
Organism Cards
17
18
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Volvox
Gumbo Limbo Tree
(Volvox aureus)
Liberty Cap
(Bursera simaruba)
(Psilocybe semilanceata)
Attribution: Frank Fox
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20
21
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Mold
M. tuberculosis
(Mycobacteriaceae)
Organism Cards
22
Acidophile
(Alicyclobacillus)
Organism Cards
23
24
©Bond with James (James Lyas)
Helicobacter pylori
(Helicobacteraceae)
Methanogen
Bonnet Mould
(Methanopyrus kandleri)
(Spinellus fusiger)
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