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Wh Questions for Speech Therapy Year Long Bundle
Your students will love working on their wh- questions skills with these year long wh question activities. Perfect for speech therapy or classroom activities. Preschool, kindergarten, autism and special education students will all love these activities. #SpecialEducation #SpeechTherapy
Speech Therapy WH-QUESTION Visual Prompt Who What Where When Why Autism
These cards are basically visual prompts to help students answer WH-Questions (Who, What, Where, When, Why). Each WH-Question is surrounded by visual icons to help the students awareness of what is being asked. These cards may work well with students with autism, language delays, auditory processing concerns, and attention deficits, etc.
Answering Wh Questions Why Books
This set of WHY question books are a fun and engaging way to teach and practice answering why questions in the context of a story. This set includes the familiar seasonal topics gardening, swimming and making s'mores. Each story has text paired with pictures that give information followed by a question about that page and a picture for a visul cue. These books are great for elementary classrrom themes and speech therapy.
Answering Wh Questions Activity with Visuals
Learning how to answer Wh- questions is very difficult for many students with Autism and other significant language disorders. This is a paper version of my Question It app, which parents of my students usd to beg me to publish. It was the only thing that really worked.
WH Questions Books - Set 3
Help students practice answering wh questions with these interactive story books. Each story is about a familiar topic and comes with a picture bank to provide students with visual prompts. The target questions cover basic labeling who, what, and where questions. These books are a great speech therapy activity for kids in preschool, children with autism, or students who have language delay.