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Fifth Grade (Grade 5) Taxonomy Questions

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Grade 5 Taxonomy
Which kingdom makes its own food and has a cell wall?
  1. Plantae
  2. Animalia
  3. Fungi
  4. Protista
Grade 5 Taxonomy
What is the broadest or largest level of classification?
  1. species
  2. kingdom
  3. domain
  4. phylum
Grade 5 Taxonomy
A                 is the broadest group into which organisms are classified.
  1. species
  2. kingdom
  3. vertebrate
  4. plant
Grade 5 Taxonomy
Mammals, reptiles, amphibians, birds, and fish are classes of
  1. invertebrates.
  2. vertebrates.
Grade 5 Taxonomy
What is the "most specific" level of classification?
  1. domain
  2. phylum
  3. order
  4. species
Grade 5 Taxonomy
Humans belong to the kingdom
  1. Plantae.
  2. Animalia.
  3. Fungi.
  4. Protista.
Grade 5 Taxonomy
What is the correct order for the levels of classification of animals?
  1. class, kingdom, order, phylum, genus, species, family
  2. kingdom, phylum, class, order, family, genus, species
  3. kingdom, phylum, species, family, genus, order, class
  4. class, order, family, kingdom, genus, species, phylum
Grade 5 Taxonomy
Mushrooms and mold belong in which kingdom of classification?
  1. Plantae
  2. Animalia
  3. Fungi
  4. Protista
Grade 5 Taxonomy
The science of classification is
  1. biology.
  2. taxonomy.
  3. chemistry.
  4. economy.
Grade 5 Taxonomy
                is a unicellular kingdom.
  1. Plantae
  2. Animalia
  3. Fungi
  4. Protista
Grade 5 Taxonomy
One widely accepted classification system divides living things into six
  1. cells.
  2. kingdoms.
  3. phyla.
  4. species.
Grade 5 Taxonomy
Scientists classify living organisms into several major groups of
  1. kingdoms.
  2. ecosystems.
  3. species.
Grade 5 Taxonomy
The system of classification we use today was developed by the Swedish scientist
  1. Alfred Nobel.
  2. Carl Linnaeus.
  3. Anders Sparrman.
  4. Eva Ekeblad.
Grade 5 Taxonomy
Which is a characteristic of amphibians?
  1. They live on both land and water.
  2. They are warm-blooded.
  3. They give milk.
  4. They have feathers.
Grade 5 Taxonomy
Organisms in the phylum                 are vertebrates.
  1. Chordata
  2. Worm
  3. Cnidaria
  4. Mollusca
Grade 5 Taxonomy
Invertebrates are animals that
  1. do not have a backbone.
  2. have a backbone.
  3. eat meat.
  4. eat plants.
Grade 5 Taxonomy
Choose the correct taxonomy order from largest to smallest.
  1. kingdom, domain, phylum, class, order, family, genus, species
  2. domain, kingdom, phylum, class, order, family, genus, species
  3. domain, kingdom, phylum, class, family, order, genus, species
  4. kingdom, domain, class, phylum, family, genus, species, order
Grade 5 Taxonomy
Which animal is a vertebrate? (Select all that apply.)
  1. jellyfish
  2. dog
  3. fish
  4. snail
  5. snake
Grade 5 Taxonomy
Snails and clams are examples of
  1. Porifera.
  2. Echinodermata.
  3. Mollusca.
  4. Worms.
Grade 5 Taxonomy
Which two kingdoms have organisms that cannot move? (Select all that apply.)
  1. Protist
  2. Plant
  3. Bacteria
  4. Fungi
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