Provide visual cues and structured supports for answering simple wh questions. Supplement auditory processing and reading comprehension activities with this visual and help increase independence during instruction.
A Wh-question visual key to assist in enhancing comprehension of who, what, when, where, and why. An easy visual to incorporate into speech therapy activities, literature-based activities, teletherapy, and routine-based activities in clinic, school, and home settings.
Simple and cute visual posters to work on WH- questions in speech therapy or in the classroom. Includes large wall posters and small binder ring visuals to use at your speech table or take with you for on the go therapy!
So many students struggle with answering wh-questions in response to pictures or text. I've created this free visual resource to help increase comprehension and improve accuracy when working on answering questions. These visuals can either be printed full page and used as posters, or printed two to
This freebie is a set of 4 cards for WHO, WHAT, WHEN, and WHERE with picture cues on them.
These work well when working on WH reading comprehension.
They would work well with the following products as well.
This "wh" question chart is a visual, which represents who, what, where, when, why, questions. It has clear, colorful pictures to represent each question type. This chart can be used as a mini poster to help teach or cue how to ask/answer "wh" questions. Use this chart as a visual for teaching about
Working on 'WH' questions can be difficult for students. I use this mat with students who need extra support and visual aides when working on answering these questions.
Clipart: Little Red's Clipart Font: KG Fonts
You won't believe what's in this FREE set of WH Question Visual Supports!!! This FREE WH Question Set includes:1 Set of 5 WH Question Classroom Posters - Who | Doing What | What | Where | When1 Set of 6 FULL COLOR Table | Desk Size WH Question Cards - Who | Doing What | What | Where (place) | Where
This freebie contains the comprehension visuals that I created as part of my Book Companion Bundle.
Included are preschool / elementary friendly visual cues for basic Wh-questions and Book information: Who, What, Where, When, Why, How, Author, Illustrator, Title, Setting, Characters.
Both Color an
Looking for a way to help your students understand the different types of WH questions? This Free WH Questions Visual Chart is great for prompting during therapy sessions or to send home with WH questions for extra practice! The chart includes visual supports for answering who, what, when, where and
Do you work with clients struggling with WH questions for speech therapy activities? This free resource can help you teach WH questions and be used as a reminder for your preschool or early intervention speech therapy kiddos! This is a "no prep" visual that can be printed or sent to families to sup
Teaching students how to ask and answer WH questions can be a real challenge. These color coded visual were created to help students understand that language needed to ask and answer the 5 W's. A parent letter is also included.
Includes sentence strips to answer each question, and picture choices for who, what (what is it? and what is the person doing?), when, and where questions. Picture card prompts for "what is it?" and "who is it?" are included.
For where I will be simply hiding an item and having the student use the
This FREE set of WH-Question Visual Supports for Reading Comprehension and Written Responses assists children to answer comprehension questions in complete written sentences with increasing complexity.This FREE Set of Visual Supports includes:Multiple Printing Options: Full Color | Light Ink | Low I
This FREEBIE includes 1 WH QUESTION VISUAL CHOICE MAT! The mat includes 10 wh- questions (what, where, who) and 10 visual response choices.The theme of the mat is FAST FOOD RESTAURANT. This activity pairs well with fast food restaurant field trips or community based instruction. It can be used as
WH- Questions with Visuals FREEBIEDo you have students who struggle with comprehension OR are more successful with visuals? These wh- questions visuals are perfect for the struggling reader, guided reading or even just an independent reminder. PLEASE FOLLOW & LEAVE A REVIEW FOR MORE FREE RESOURC
This Weekend News FREEBIE contains 5 pages of visual supports, graphic organizers, and templates to scaffold expressive language so that students can share about their weekend activities in their speech-language therapy sessions. This can be easily annotated for remote therapy and could also be sent
FREE! Check out these handy visuals to support answering wh-questions. This resource will support your students in understanding the expected answers for those tricky wh-questions. INCLUDES: 1 - visual prompt mat with 6 wh-questions6 - individual wh question visuals
Use this visual aid to provide cues for answering WH questions, including:
In English and Spanish.
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Many of my kiddos have difficulty with understanding and using WH questions, add the whole social layer and they're just lost! I created this kid-friendly visual with the help of Boardmaker, to use for kiddos who've mastered understanding questions, but maybe need some help using the correct express
Everyone can use Yes/No and Wh-Question Visuals! There are so many options in this packet. I've also recently added some color supports to the visuals, in order to support my students who work on CORE vocabulary and semantically diverse sentence building (e.g. agent+action+object AAO or noun+verb+ob