Task cards and fast finisher activities based on Bloom's taxonomy. Have your students practice important thinking skills such as comparing, examining, ordering, judging as a fast finisher activity! It works with any topic or unit you are working with all year round.
Use this resource in two ways - as whole class creative thinking lessons, or as independent fast finisher activities.
★ Both U.S. and British English spelling included ★
First, you can print off the task cards and keep them handy to use as time-filling, 'before-the-bell' type activities as a whole class or even as standalone creative thinking lessons.
Second, you can use them as independent fast finisher activities. Instructions and card sets (if needed for the task) are all provided and can be made into additional "file folder offices". My students would love choosing a task card and then taking the corresponding file folder office back to their desk to quietly work on an activity in their 'Bloom's Book' (a coverpage for this is also included!).
This resource comes in PDF form and is not editable.
This resource is a zipped folder containing:
• 60 task cards. For each of Bloom's levels there are three verbs and three task cards for each verb.
• 6 files that has everything you need for setting up the 18 file folder offices (1 folder for each verb). All card sets and extra instructions for each task card is provided.
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• Cover page for a student's "Bloom Book", where they can record their answers.
• U.S. spelling options
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