This activity is for the kiddos on your caseload who have goals for interrogative reversals/asking questions. This activity is perfect for October since the theme is Halloween!
This activity includes:
-20 questions cue cards
-15 prompt cards (2 are blank for your use)
-Halloween game board with game pieces (need dice for game)
-Homework (1 page)
Before starting this activity, review the types of “question cues” so that the student understands when to use each type. Ex: We use “who” when we want to know about a person.
Have each student pick a game piece to play on the attached game board. Use a dice during game play to know how many spots to move forward. I recommend using the game board as a reinforcer during practice of interrogative reversals. Turn the prompt cards over. When it is a student’s turn, have them pick a card. Read the card to the student. The student should then use the question cue cards to help them ask questions about the prompt. After asking a question, the student can then roll the dice. The winner is the individual who reaches the haunted house first.
Send home the "Take Home Activity" for continued practice.
Most importantly, have fun! And, Happy Halloween!