This is a great resource that I use everyday in my classroom to help my students work on answering "what" questions on simple sentences. This is great for students with autism, learning disabilities or just students that benefit from having visuals. Every page has picture answer choices so it can also be used for students that are non-readers. These questions are written to really focus on the student listening to what question is being asked.
In my classroom, I have printed all of the pages out and put them in page protectors in a binder labeled "WH Questions." There is no reasons to waste the paper printing this out multiple times for students! Simply get a white board marker for them to work through the binder with and when they are done, simply erase the marker off! It's a perfect paper-saving solution!
For my students that are readers, I can give them this binder to practice as either independent work or to work 1-1 with a staff member. For my students that are non-readers, a staff works 1-1 with them reading the sentences and questions and they circle the answer.
- 25 pages of "what" WH questions with visual answer choices
- 1 data sheet you can print multiple times for all of your students
I hope you use this as much as I do in my classroom!