So, without further ado:
To sum up:
- There are five different activities per brochure for a total of 30 different fiction response activities (nonfiction is coming soon!).
- These are CCSS-aligned and can be used with a variety of reading levels since they cover reading and thinking strategies no matter what the text.
- I intro these in Teacher Time and because the structure is the same, it allows for us to dig deep into the text without getting stuck in unfamiliar layouts.
- Later in the year, I will use these as Bloom's refreshers, early finisher work, independent Read to Self responses, emergency sub plans and (my favorite!) in Literature Circles- each student gets a level to complete and when they meet as a group, they have a *huge* amount of info to contribute!
- There are full-color versions (shown) as well as black & white versions (ink-saver!).
- These coordinate with my Revised Bloom's Taxonomy Posters (shown below) and are a great, short, easy way to intro or refresh Bloom's levels with your kids.
Here's a link to my post about my Teacher Time Bin, along with how I use my Bloom's Posters in a shrunken, binder ringed set (there's also a link included in the post & poster set with super-easy instructions for how to make your own mini-posters of *any* PDF):
The posters are available in TpT and TN on their own:
The brochures are also available on their own in TpT and TN:
If you'd like to get the bundle of both (at a discount), you can find that in my TpT Store:
Thanks so much and I hope this helped give you some ideas for how to introduce and incorporate Bloom's Taxonomy in your class next year!