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This adapted book is great to work on discriminating between who, what, where, and when questions. This book works on the essential skills of making inferences, vocabulary, and question answering. Each page follows a similar routine and is interactive. This book has 16 pages each with a hint for a d
This adapted book is great to work on the 'where' question. This book works on the essential skills of making inferences, vocabulary, and question answering. Each page follows a similar routine and is interactive. This book has 12 pages each with a hint for a different location. Students put velcro
Where Question Cards53 Where Question Cards6 sheets with 53 cards (2 1/2 x 3 1/4)This product uses real photos that are realistic to everyday life. Some kids relate better to real pictures instead of drawn pictures. This item would be great for any child especially those with Autism, Asperger's, PDD
This is WH-QUESTION Activity to be used to practice the “What,” “Where,” “Who,” “Why,” and “When” questions. This activity is presented visually with a graphic organizer “bubble map” and a picture representation of the answer choices in the outer bubbles. This activity is ideal for children with
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Learn about community buildings and places with these fun "WHERE questions" BOOM cards (includes voice prompts) This set of 24 digital task cards is perfect for targeting WHERE questions for basic concepts. They are a great teaching resource for children with Autism and special needs that have a har
This set includes six ‘WH’ question visual supports – 1. Who 2. What - object 3. Doing What – present progressive 4. Where - places 5. Where - prepositions 6. When Directions: Simply laminate and place on a ring for easy access. When asking ‘WH’ questions, support the student by showing the visual
Use these 30 questions with 3 picture choices to target “WHERE” questions. Pictures are provided with and without labels for a variety of student needs. Real photographs are ideal for children with Autism and Developmental Disabilities. Use as a quick no-prep activity by downloading to your tablet.
The workbook has questions that target the question “where” of the “WH question”. The workbook has 10 sheets and on each sheet, there are three questions. To answer the question, the child has to choose the answer that is presented in the forms of images. The child can circle the image that is the c
Here is another simple, no-frills worksheet for targeting some of the more difficult WH questions: where, when, and why. This worksheet includes 10 statements containing a time, a place and a reason; each statement is followed by two different questions. This can be used for teaching the difference
These visual questions with prompts for answers are ideal for children with Autism who are visual learners. This is great for teaching "where" questions.
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A child's ability to answer comprehension questions such as, "Where are your shoes?", "Who wants pizza for dinner?", and "When is your friend coming over to play?" forms the necessary foundation for functional verbal communication and makes it possible for a child to participate in basic conversatio
Is your school moving to Distance Learning/Remote Teaching? If so, this resource may be helpful to you. And to help you teach remotely, you may use this resource by sharing it digitally with your students via a screen share or by sending the resource directly to your students via email. This is a mo
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My students with disabilities struggle to answer wh- questions, which is crucial in order to be successful in school. This packet is ideal for teaching wh-questions in speech and language therapy, during early intervention, in preschool or beyond. I love using this resource with my students, and usi
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Two games for working on making inferences. Who am I? and Where am I? The 'Who am I?' game is based on community helpers. The 'Where am I?' game uses common locations. Each game has 24 cards, a score card, direction card, and labels. Each flashcard has a clue to help the student infer which communit
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Interactive books are a must for teaching concepts- particularly abstract concepts like wh- words. They're especially useful and engaging for children with limited verbal output, children with autism, visual learners, kinesthetic learners, and children with high energy! This one is perfect for FALL
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Asking (Wh) questions and responding to others is an essential conversational/social skill. Asking others questions, demonstrates interest and perspective taking.Responding to questions asked is equally important to show others you were listening and care about what they said.These skills often req
Question Card BundleWho (53 Cards) What (53 Cards)Where (53 Cards)When (53 Cards)Why (53 Cards)Which (53 Cards)How (53 Cards)42 sheets with 371 cards (2 1/2 x 3 1/4)This product uses real photos that are realistic to everyday life. Some kids relate better to real pictures instead of drawn pictures.Q
If you have students working on answer reliability and working on yes/no responses, this resource is for you. Combine practice with action verbs and answering yes/no questions with colorful and engaging graphics. There are many opportunities for variations, differentiation, and generalization. It’s
Seven of my popular "Yes No Question" resources are bundled together for a great value for your classroom. Topics in this bundle are: Beach; Body Parts, Community Helpers; Food; Household Words; Letters in my Name; Toys. WHO IS THIS FOR?Students on the Autism Spectrum, in Early Childhood, Early Int
Student task: accurately answer yes no questions when presented a body part themed stimulus picture.* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *This product is part of Yes or No Questions - Bundle 1* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
Develop language skills with real life pictures that kids can relate to showing things they want or need! Perfect for autism and Special Education students! Autism: Autism WANTS and NEEDS Bundle! It’s happened again. If I could show you the expression on my little guy’s face as he formed his first
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Learn about WH Questions with this BUNDLE that targets "what" "who" "when" " where" "why" and "how" for basic concepts. --> includes voice prompts ( in who, when, where, why and how) This is a great teaching resource for speech therapy for children with Autism and special needs that have a hard t
❤ AAC ULTIMATE Social, Behavior, Communication and Visual Supports Mega Bundle! ❤ Ready for back to school? This set will have you off to the right start!!! It includes everything you need to support your special education classroom!! ❤ Check out what is included – ❤ PICTURE COMMUNICATION STATER
Speech Therapy Growing Bundle for WH-Questions and other goals.I'm sharing one of my favorite go-to activities for BASIC LEVEL learning of how to answer WH-Questions with my younger students, and those with special needs. There is preparation here, but once you have it prepared, that's it! No mor

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