The Six Kingdoms of Life
Today, scientists classify organisms into the six kingdoms of life. These kingdoms consist of Kingdom Archaebacteria, Kingdom Eubacteria, Kingdom Protista, Kingdom Fungi, Kingdom Plantae, and Kingdom Animalia. There are multiple characteristics for each category that can classify organisms. These characteristics include the number of cells the organism has, whether the organism is prokaryotic (without enclosed nucleus) or eukaryotic (with nucleus), locomotion, and nutrition. This page is designed to inform young students about these kingdoms, and hopefully, they will leave this page with more knowledge than they had before.