The following Bloom's Taxonomy activities have been created to target animal adaptations and their behaviours. It looks at a variety of animals mainly focusing on their adaptations to their habitat. Using Blooms Taxonomy Framework, this resource will enable you to use it as a tool for higher order thinking and build upon the work that you have taught them about the subject.
Staring with basic skills such as knowledge and understanding, students then will be challenged to apply facts that they learnt and apply it in creative ways.
For example one task asks them what behavioural and structural adaptation would they give a dog in order to survive in the desert. This will encourage the students to compile information together to propose a completely new idea.
It is great to be used as an independent task or a homework extension for students that need an extra challenge. In the classroom, I do not expect the students to complete an entire column before moving on but like them to complete at least 3 before advancing to the next skill set.
The posters can be hung around the classroom or use as a header for work stations. The individual tasks can be used in the work stations too.
As a heads up, some of these activities will prove to be of more value when completed together as a whole class, and therefore you may want to select those activities and use them as class competitions or whole class learning experiences.
What does this package include:
Bloom's taxonomy posters
Bloom's taxonomy animal activities (6 activities per skill (36 total activities))
Teacher material notes
Don't forget to look through my store for more Bloom's activities that will challenge your students to think "outside the box".
I hope you will thoroughly enjoy this product. I would love for you to see your student's creations