WH Question CROWNS for Autism and Special Education/Language Skills
Oh, boy! This activity is SO much fun! I chose this activity for my yearly formal observation as a whole group activity and it was an absolute success! The kids were totally involved, took turns, raised hands or responded to visual card cues, gave some great answers (and funny ones, too!), and loved looking in the mirror to see what hat they were wearing!
Included with this activity are the following “crowns”:
• Police officer
• Birthday hat
• Football helmet
• Santa’s hat
• Pilgrim hat
• Safari hat
• Pirate hat
• Chef hat
• Construction hat
• Graduation cap
• New Year’s hat
• Cowboy hat
• Witches hat
• Pilot’s hat
• Leprechaun hat
• Sun hat
• Top hat
• Asian conical hat (challenge)
• Indian headdress (challenge)
• Visual Directions and ideas for use in your classroom
• IEP Goals and 22 WORKSHEETS!
SUGGESTED IEP GOAL ALIGNMENT:
Given up to five “wh-“ questions related to a person, place, or thing, STUDENT will provide an appropriate, on-topic response, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
Given a turn to provide an on-topic response during a whole group lesson by raising his/her hand, STUDENT will wait until called upon by the teacher, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
Given a “wh-“ question as a follow-up to a topic recently taught, STUDENT will write his/her response using spelling strategies (phonics) with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
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Enjoy…and happy learning!
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