I utilize these posters in my classroom constantly! Provided in this resource are:
-What Poster (mixed objects and actions)
-What Poster (just objects)
-What Poster (just actions)
There are 2 ways that they can be used:
1. Posters for small group or direct instruction:
I have laminated them and used them when asking comprehension questions to provide students with visuals to help them understand when they are asked a "who?" question that they should be naming a person. Sometimes helping the student know what kind of information is needed to answer a certain questions is helpful.
2. Work Task:
I have also taken these and turn them into a work task where the students have to match the pictures by laminating 2 copies of these pages and putting hard velcro on one, cut out the pictures on the second sheet and put soft velcro on them. These can be used in small group or for students that are more independent in this kind of skill for categorizing or sorting.
They have multiple uses and I like that they can be used with students that have a wide range of abilities.
**I added extra posters for multiple uses of "What?" questions. There is a poster of just objects and a poster of just actions depending on what you are working on with your students. The original page incorporates both objects and actions on it for use.