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Lite Sample Version of WHY Question Multiple Choice Cards

Lite Sample Version of WHY Question Multiple Choice Cards
Lite Sample Version of WHY Question Multiple Choice Cards
Lite Sample Version of WHY Question Multiple Choice Cards
Lite Sample Version of WHY Question Multiple Choice Cards
Lite Sample Version of WHY Question Multiple Choice Cards
Lite Sample Version of WHY Question Multiple Choice Cards
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Simple WH questions with multiple choice answers. Here is an example sheet from each level. The full version has 324 Question cards per level (927 total)

I created this activity because 2 of the kids on my caseload really struggle with answering simple WHY questions. I needed a wide variety of WHY questions to work on that would take me through the entire school year, so I created these.

Directions
• Print out which level you need (or all 3!) onto card stock
• Cut out
• Laminate
• Enjoy!

Activities
1. Answering the questions
• Give the child 10 laminated cards and a dry erase marker
• Have them highlight their answer with the dry erase marker
(so the cards can be reused)
• Check their answers and pull out the ones they got incorrect
that they need to continue to practice and put aside the ones
they knew
• You can have them explain their reasoning
• Cycle through new cards
2. Game
• Give each child 1 card and put the rest in a pile in the center
• Go around clockwise and have each child take a turn asking
the question to the child on their left
• If the child is able to answer the question correctly, then they
get to take the card and put it in their “correct” pile
• If they don’t get it right then the next person to the left can
“steal” the card and try answering. Whoever answers correctly
gets the card
• The child asking the question pulls a new card once a peer
has answered correctly (each child should always have a
card) and it is another child’s turn to ask
• Once time is up the child with the most cards in their “correct”
pile wins!
3. Homework
• Print out the entire sheet that contains 9 questions
• Have the child take it home and circle their answers
Total Pages
3 pages
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N/A
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