These cards are designed to help your students answer “what” questions related to the function of objects. There are 2 sets of cards to allow you to use these questions with students at a wider variety of skill levels. *Both sets of cards contain the same 60 questions* The first set allows for students to answer the questions with less prompting and the second set gives students 3 picture choices for answers.
In the first set of cards, there are 60 “what” question cards and 60 answer cards included. Each of the answer cards includes a picture. For some cards, there are multiple possible answers, so you can have your students try to think of more than just the answer on the picture. You can use these cards to play memory or go fish by matching the question cards to the correct answer card. The borders on the cards have a cute zebra theme. I included one page of blank cards in case you want to add your own questions.
In the second set of cards, the same 60 “what” questions are presented with 3 pictures for answer choices. These cards allow you to easily give your students visual cues.
There is also a matching game included. On the first card in each pair, there is a picture of an object. On the second card in the each pair, there is a picture of someone using the object. There are 24 pairs included.
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Activity created by Lauren Laur, CCC-SLP