My students have a hard time answering questions for which there is a definitive right and wrong answer, when it comes to answering personal/opinion questions, it can be just way too abstract!
These task cards are great because they can serve as a good prompt for writing or discussion about students' preferences. When my kiddos get stuck on questions like these, I like to give examples (i.e. "What is your favorite color? My favorite is green, Joe likes yellow. What about you?"). These cards have little visual cues to aid comprehension and remind students to restate the question in their answer to make a complete sentence. They can be used as independent work task cards are prompt cards for 1-on-1 or group activities.