Do you ever feel like you are testing your students each time you work with them instead of teaching them? I created this activity for some of my students who needed extra cues to learn how to answer who, what and where questions. I wanted a product that would allow me to control the choices that were provided while providing a variety of different targets. Charting sheets help you track progress, and specific teaching strategies and goal hierarchies are included.
UPDATED July 2016
Updated fonts and pictures
Added 50 new questions + targets
New teaching activities and ideas
This activity is designed to help children who need visuals to answer who, what and where questions. Levels of difficulty are controlled by the therapist who can adjust the number of choices OR choose more similar cards to present. Students choose between a field of 3-12 cards in order to answer questions. This activity works well for students on the autism spectrum who exhibit echolalia as well as students who have developmental cognitive disabilities. Students who have more proficiency with language and do not require visual cues may benefit from my Conversation Starters/WH question products
60 WHERE cards
60 WHO cards
60 WHAT cards
180 QUESTION cards
Teaching slides/graphic organizers for each question type
Question sorting Mat
Game and Activity ideas for each set of cards
17 homework sheets with generalization questions
Sample Goal Hierarchies
Blank pages in power point for you to customize cards with clients pictures.
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SLPs and teachers who have used this product say....
"This will be perfect for some of my elementary age students with intellectual disabilities and/or autism! I love the level of support with the visuals for those students who need a higher level of cueing. The inclusion of the editable blank question cards is great for being able to personalize questions specifically to the student by using his/her family members. This is great!"
"This is such a great packet for teaching kids to answer "wh" questions! What an eye-opener to realize that one reason they have trouble is due to not knowing the vocabulary! Love the flexibility with being able to limit their choices, or give them all of the choices within a category."
"Always looking for new resources to target this important skill- an excellent, comprehensive resource that provides a great hierarchy to help kids toward mastery"
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