November 08, 2012

WH-Question Monsters

A quick and easy card game to target WH-questions

Whew! The past two weeks have been craaaazzyy busy! I had to update/print graphs and complete progress reports, two days of conferences, and wacky sugar-high kids due to Halloween! Things settled down this week a bit so I was able to update a couple more downloads for my students...


The preschool student I made my Yes/No Monsters for has met his goal for yes/no questions and we are moving on to WH-questions! Almost every time he comes to speech he requests the "monster game", so I updated the cards to target WH-questions.


These cards target when, where, and what questions, along with functions of objects, and some basic identifying information (i.e. "What is your name?", "Where do you live?", and "What are your parents' names?"). I believe students should be able to answer basic information early on in case they were to unfortunately find themselves separated from their parents at any time.
These cards are intended to be used with students age 3+. I use them with my 3, 4, and 5 year old preschoolers. If they need additional prompting, it is easy to give them two or three multiple choice options to answer the questions. I will be adding to these questions as I need to, and will update the download as I go, so keep checking back.

Download your free WH-Monsters cards here! Please leave me a comment or become a follower if you do!

11 comments:

  1. I just found your blog and it's great! Always looking for preschool resources!

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    1. Thank you! I work with preschool, Kindergarten, and 1st grade students, so most of my materials will be geared toward that age group (for now).

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  2. Like this activity for when we are moving our kiddos away from concrete and picture cued WH?s to more abstract WH?s! Well done! shared it! :)

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  3. Just found your blog via Communication Station. Cute activities! :)

    Carrie
    Carrie's Speech Corner

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    1. Oh great! Thank you so much for stopping by and commenting. Your blog is so great, it's an honor to have you here :)

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  4. I love it..... Very helpful!!!!! Thanks!!!!!

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    1. I'm so glad you enjoy them Tyra! It's been on my "to-do" list to update these cards for a while now, but the project keeps getting pushed back. Hopefully this summer. Thanks for reading!

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