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  • Leann Combs Vaughn

    Bloom's Taxonomy questions to use in guided reading. AWESOME resource!

  • The Unique Classroom

    Bloom's guided reading questions. After reading a book, kids must choose a question card of each color to answer. Shows both basic and higher level thinking. Follow link to a FREE PDF file.

  • Valerie Morris

    Bloom's Question Cards for Guided Reading

  • Terri Knudsen

    bloom's questions to use in guided reading. AWESOME resource!

  • debra miller

    Saylor's Log: Blooms Cards for Guided Reading

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