Blooms Taxonomy Homework For Kids

A Simplified Bloom’s Taxonomy Poster For Students

by TeachThought Staff

Bloom’s taxonomy–and its cousins like Webb’s Depth of Knowledge content–are powerful frameworks for the planning of curriculum, assessment, and instruction.

At TeachThought, we’ve curated these in the past: 14 unique Bloom’s Taxonomy posters here, and even reviewed some alternatives to Bloom’s taxonomy as well.

So it’s no surprise that we found the following Bloom’s taxonomy poster interesting. It features a simple grid column layout with easy-to-understand language, vivid colors, and even traditional Bloom’s power verbs for each category.

Nice, simply, and functional. We’d love to provide a higher-res version of the graphic to everyone, but for that you’ll have to visit the TpT store of Hello Literacy.

A Simplified Bloom’s Taxonomy Poster For Students

A Simplified Bloom’s Taxonomy Poster For Students

A little while ago I wanted to rethink homework for my class.  I wanted them to have more ownership of how they presented their learning and a bigger choice of activities depending on their preferred subjects.  This seemed quite a daunting task at first  until I stumbled on examples of using Bloom’s Taxonomy as a matrix for activities pertinent to our topic.  The choice was there, the style of presentation was left to the children thereby giving more ownership of their learning.  The only two requests were that each child completed a literacy and a numeracy task and the total points score of the tasks totalled 20 points or more.

They had six weeks to complete the homework, some came in sooner, some complete much more than twenty points of tasks, some took enormous ride in bringing in and talking about what they had done.  More importantly, deeper learning had been established!!  Gone were the weekly sheets and tasks that were not as inspiring as they needed to be due to the weekly nature of them.  Gone was the restrictive way of presenting or writing the homework.  If the final exhibition of their learning was anything to go by then quality, substance, analytical, evaluative and meaningful learning had taken place and long may it continue!!!

This term is a focus on Charlie and the chocolate factory – both term’s matrix is below for you to see.  I’d be interested in your views…

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