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FC: Classification Nation | By: Erynn Rudd | You can't deny; you'll love to classify!
1: Table of Contents | You'll be classifying this animal in no time! | Page 2: Awesome Acronym Page 3:Classification Song Page 4: Who made up the binomial naming system? Page 5: Why do we classify? Page 6: How do we classify? Page 7: Fun Facts
2: Keep Classifying...! | For (Focus) | King Phillip came over for good spaghetti. | KIng=Kingdom Phillip=Phylum Came=Class Over=Order For=Family Good=Genus Spaghetti=Species | Classify- To sort things into groups by how they are alike and different.
3: Classifying Song | Animals belong in a class But not because they get bad grades Animal classes are a group of critters Alike in important ways We are going to give you clues So you can figure out Which of the six main animal classes That we're talking about The first class of animals is covered with hair And they live most anywhere They've got warm blood and their babies drink milk And sweat when it's hot out there What is the animal, animal class? MAMMALS The next class is lumped together Because their bodies are covered with feathers Their babies are hatched from hard-shelled eggsAnd some migrate with the weather What is the animal, animal class? BIRDS These are just a couple of groups to organize animal s can go into!...
4: Carolus Linnaeus invented the binomial naming system. | This system was hundreds of years ago by Carolus Linnaeus. he was a Swedish scientist.. I know that binomial naming system sounds like some long, scientific word. But listen, I'll break it down for you. | Bi means two. Nomial means name. That's why in the binomial naming system, one organism has two names based on its genus, and its species.
5: Why DO we classify? | The classification system makes it easier to find and store information.
6: Classifying is NOT that hard. Remember, take it easy. Just remember this acronym: King Phillip came over for good spaghetti. | King: Kingdom Phillip: Phylum Came: Class Over: Order For: Family Good: Genus Spaghetti: Species
7: \Each plant cell is covered by a cell wall. | Fun Facts | Animals with backbones are called vertebraes. | Animals with NO backbones are invertebraes. | Scientitists call organisms by their their scientific name to prevent confusion.
8: Remember this vocabulary... | classify- To sort things into groups by how they are alike and different. | Kingdom- The largest group a living thing can go into. | Remember, Carolus Linnaeus invemted the binomial naming system.