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- My two must-have school themed interactive books for addressing wh- questions are now together in a money saving BUNDLE (at a 20% discount)!Teaching the vocabulary of "what, who, where, when" along with teaching how to answer wh- questions is TOUGH! Those concepts are abstract and often challenging$6.20$7.75Save $1.55
- Consider your Back to School therapy planning DONE (and save 20%, too!) These 9 engaging products (and one exclusive bonus item) have ALL you need to welcome your students back to school, break the ice, build rapport, notify them of their therapy times, address wh- questions, work on concepts, learn$22.40$28.00Save $5.60
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 BACK TO SCHOOL or anytime!
Use this easy to assemble interactive book to engage your students while familiarizing them with school routines and expectations.
Even answering the most basic kinds of wh- questions can be a real challenge for our students, but using the included teaching materials and then allowing children to manipulate the relatable images in this book can help make the concept less abstract.
Whether students already grasp these school routines and wh-questions somewhat or not, this book will give them some practice!
This 23 page download includes:
- a teaching visual to help students understand how to answer basic wh- questions
- all the pages and parts needed to assemble the interactive book
- detailed instructions for how to use this 29 page book and how to scaffold based on how well your student performs - the multiple uses suggested will allow you to use this product for longer than you expect
Some of the topics covered in this book include:
- riding to school (bus or car)
- kids in class
- having a teacher and topics they teach
- backpacks and what they are for
- sitting and listening to teacher, sitting and reading
- raising hand to speak or ask questions
- waiting turns, earning a turn
- using computer or iPad, following rules, earning a turn
- walking in line
- school lunch, cafeteria, and cafeteria workers
- bathroom signs, walking in line, washing hands
- recess activities
- doing work/writing
- going to speech therapy
- end of day, walking in line, riding the bus
BE SURE to download the detailed preview for a closer look!
Check out my other interactive books, and I have many more interactive books in the works!
Thanks for stopping by! If you try this little book and you love it, please let me know or rate my product. Your feedback is what keeps me creating :)