Predicting what will happen is a difficult skill for some of our more concrete learners. Answering What if questions can be particularly difficult; much more so than the standard Wh-questions. Understanding of cause and effect even with fairly concrete examples can be a challenge for your students with language disorders. Understanding that X inevitably - or usually - or often - leads to Y is a crucial life skill.
And it is significantly more difficult for them to understand the more- abstract concepts of how what they say and do can lead to consequences; such as saying something mean to someone will hurt their feelings. And just what is “mean” anyway?
⭐ There are 40 What if question cards in the first resource, a game board and spinner
⭐ What If? is for slightly younger children than What Will Happen? What Do I Do? However, this may vary depending on your students.
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