The Bloom Ball is a great way to incorporate all levels of thinking for students! It is great for use with the common core standards.
This Bloom Ball is a project for teaching students the Cherokee's role in the American Revolution.
This project can be done by each student or by groups.
Examples of a few circles:
Circle 2: Explain what effects new settlers in the backcountry had on Native Americans?
Circle 9: Define assimilation in your own words.
Circle 3: Create a political cartoon showing the Cherokee’s view of white colonists before the American Revolution.
1.The instructions for how to put a Bloom Ball together.
2.Templates for the Bloom Ball in three sizes.
3. The instructions for what to put on the circles.