Materials, Therapy Ideas

Teaching WH Questions

  1. It looks great. I just posted it on my FB page.

  2. I love this. I have the story cubes because I have had older students for several years. This fall I am also working with younger students. This is a great way to teach ‘WH’ questions.

  3. Melody Benson says:

    Thanks for sharing your creative ideas!

  4. Carolyn says:

    just ordered this ! Can’t wait to use it!!!! Looks fabulous! Thank you!

  5. Carolyn says:

    just ordered this!!! Can’t wait to use it!!! Thank you

  6. Amy says:

    Technical question: When you put together the binder, do you hole punch the laminated pages? Thanks!

  7. Jarris says:

    Do you have any ideas as to how to elicit the child to come up with the wh- questions themselves rather than answering them?

  8. Anna says:

    How do you use the story cubes to teach WH questions? I just ordered a box, so I am curious to find out how you used them!

    Thanks!

    • Shannon says:

      I have students make stories using the cubes as directed, but then fill out WH question worksheets about their story. For example, “Who was this story about?” or “Where did the story happen?”. Hope that helps!

  9. Sudha says:

    Hi,

    I love your materials. Thank you. Can you guide me on how to make them answer for common questions like ” what happens when a egg is dropped? ” or ” how does the fish move” . Any common questionnaires?

    • Shannon says:

      For the first question, I’d focus on knowledge of cause/effect. For the second, teaching “how” question types would be useful. Good luck!

  10. Julie Strate says:

    I love your products, I’ve bought a lot of them but his one “WH Questions w/ Real Pictures” I can’t print. I but it on a usd stick so my school would print it for me but the file won’t print past page 7….can you help?

    Thanks,

  11. Neita Rader says:

    Did you use velcro on the story pages, if so, how did you keep from covering up the WH questions?

  12. Nancy says:

    I love this resource! Great ideas here! This is a difficult concept for many kiddos and this is great! I have a question you may be able to answer. I have been creating a lot of my own things ( not wh question stuff but others) and am wondering how you get rights to the photos you use on your products? Is there an easy way to do this so you can sell them?

    • Shannon says:

      Thanks for your kind words! Getting real photos for a reasonable price can be tricky. I look on sites like Shutterstock or Creative Market a lot. There are a lot of sites if you search for “stock images” and then read the commercial use policy closely! Good luck!

  13. Alaa Al Hussain says:

    Hello,

    Would it be possible to order this?
    Please let me know how could we order it?

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