Here’s a little Blood Type Worksheet to use when doing a Blood Type Worksheet Exercise. This worksheet is going to help you remember what all the Blood Type numbers are. You’ll be using this little worksheet in two different ways: first, in order to get the blood type information, and second, to help you improve your blood-typing skills.
The main task you will be performing here is to list down the different colors of the blood. We’ll start with orange and move through red to yellow and on up to blue. With each color of the blood you will write down its color code. These are things like AB = blue, OA = orange, and so on. Remember that it’s also wise to write down the frequency of each color.
Second, we’re going to talk about how to make your Blood Type Winsheet answer a little more detailed. After you list down the blood colors, you want to go over to the bottom of the sheet and write down what each of the colors stand for. For example, with O+ it would be orange, and with AB it would be red and with A+ it would be yellow.
Next, try to answer these questions: Is it inherited? Yes, – ask the family history. What color is it? – It’s always blue.
It’s okay to be a little vague here. It’s a little bit easier to do it this way than to just write down the number and then write down what color it is. You can also try to guess what the color would be by combining all the color codes together.
Finally, if you still don’t have it, think about getting a picture to use as a reference or have someone else take a picture of you. You can choose to have a picture of yourself and what you look like and then just go with that. Or, you can get a picture taken and then you can write in a caption to help describe what your Blood Type looks like.
After you’ve written down a few question answers, you can print it out. Then you can go into your own little Blood Type Worksheet and do some variations of these questions to see what works best for you. There are going to be different combinations you can try.
You might also want to practice answering your own question answers before you’re done with this Blood Type Worksheet. You might come up with some questions that aren’t right but that can help you improve your skills.