Bloom's Taxonomy Questions for Reading

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  • , rated this resource Jul 18th
  • Hi, 
    Has this resource been updated to match the Blooms Taxonomy colours? if so, where can I find it? 

    Thanks 
    Emma 

    , Nov 21st
    • Good evening emmma--x,
      Thank you very much for commenting! It's great to hear from you :) Which colours would you like to see? I look forward to hearing back from you :)

      , Nov 21st
    • Write a reply...Lucy.B,

      Would it be possible to have the Blooms Colours please?

      remembering - purple

      understanding - light blue

      applying - green

      analysing - yellow

      evaluating - orange

      creating - red


      Thanks,

      Emma

      , Nov 22nd
    • Hi emmma--x,
      I'll see what we can do for you! Thanks for commenting :)

      , Nov 22nd
  • questioning

    , Mar 11th
  • Thank you! This will be great to use as a prompt for children and adults to ask targeted questions to others.

    , Jan 10th
  • Used during my guided reading sessions.

    , Dec 1st
  • This is a great resource to use during guided reading where the children can express their ideas and thoughts together through a group discussion.

    , Aug 19th
  • Agree - an editable version would be helpful to extend groups, will be using in guided reading / comprehension sessions.

    , May 28th
    • Hi there naomithom, thanks for commenting! I have passed this on to our resource designers for them to look into making you an editable version. :)

      , May 28th
    • Hi there naomithorn! An editable version has now been sent out to you! Let us know if you have any other great suggestions :)

      , Aug 3rd
  • Great resource for younger children but I would really appreciate an editable version too. Thank you.

    , Apr 22nd
    • Hi rhonamac! An editable version is now available to download above :) Let us know if you have any more brilliant ideas!

      , Aug 3rd
This resource uses Bloom's Taxonomy to structure questions for reading. Use it to encourage independent learning or as a prompt for children to ask each other questions.
This resource is available in Standard, 2xA4, A3, 4xA4, 2xA3, Editable, Black and White and Alternative Colours.
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