My first 4 interactive books for addressing wh- questions are now together in a money saving BUNDLE! Separately, they have a value of over 14 dollars, but you can now get them bundled 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 for our language impaired students. This hands-on approach, that facilitates repetition and uses familiar characters & situations, helps the concepts come to life. Using interactive and motivating activities like the ones included in this money $aving bundle can help you get the job done while everyone has fun!
I use these easy-to-assemble 25 page interactive books to engage students while teaching the concept of "where, when, who, what" and to teach (and practice) how to answer those types of questions. Manipulating the moveable pieces in these books can help make the concept less abstract. Whether students already grasp these concepts somewhat or not, these books will give them lots of practice!
In addition to answering questions, these books also prompt the students to point to important aspects of the illustrations, act out scenes and make connections to their own lives. Detailed directions for assembly and directions for scaffolding that make this book more challenging are included. A handy, visual (teaching tool) is included with each interactive book.
If you enjoy them, please kindly leave feedback in my TpT store. I would love your input because I have many other interactive books in the works.
To see the complete description of all FOUR products you will receive in this bundle, please click on the following links below:
An Interactive Book for Addressing WHERE questions An Interactive Book for Addressing WHAT Questions and Actions/An Interactive Book for WHO Wuestions & ActionsAn Interactive Book (and more) for teaching WHEN questions
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