“A Very Visual “WHEN” QUESTION NO-PREP
Activity for our very Visual Learners.” I created this activity for a student who had great difficulty answering “When” questions. He is
a very visual learner, so I decided to present the questions with heavy
visuals. He had great success with this approach, and it gave him an awareness of what was being asked of him. I found this to be a great place to start with him.
7 pages of worksheets, each with 6 when questions and answers presented visually. I included an 8th blank worksheet in case you want to create your own WHEN questions.
This is a no-prep activity, so just print it and use as a worksheet.
This activity is very easy to use. Start with modeling to the child what is expected. Read the question, as in “When do you see a cake with
Candles on it? (Point to each word).” Find the answer on the right side, and read it aloud. Draw a line from left side to answer on the right side. Start fading the modeling and have child try it on their own, pointing to each word/icon and drawing the line.
After student achieves success with this activity, reduce the cueing, and eventually fade the visuals.