Materials, Therapy Ideas

Question Formulation Maps

  1. Maggie Morales-Guzman says:

    Hello Shannon, your documents are so SPOT ON! I use them and I share them! Keep them coming! THANKS!!!!!!
    :-}}}}}}}}}} (VERY HAPPY)!

  2. Robin KELLEHER says:

    This looks great! I have been struggling with teaching this concept to some autistic students on my caseload! I hope I win!

  3. Rosalie Unterman says:

    What a creative way to deal with questions and sentence formulation!
    Great ideas! Thank you!

  4. Madelyn says:

    So nice to see such thorough work that really helps kids learn difficult concepts!

  5. ` says:

    I am forever working on question formulation! this is great`

  6. Sharon Swindell says:

    This looks fantastic! I am looking forward to using it with my kiddos!

  7. Melisa says:

    I would love this! My daughter has apraxia & struggles with this.

  8. Nykki Umphrey says:

    I have several students who could use this wonderful tool! Great for question formulation and reinforcing what type of information each question type seeks. This would also be great for social skills groups to help conversation skills. Immediately going on my TPT wish list!

  9. Amy says:

    Love this product! My students need to work on formulated sentences!

  10. Lindsay says:

    Love the looks of this product!

  11. Chani says:

    This looks amazing, could really use this for a group of elemtary students with ASD!

  12. Anne says:

    This looks awesome! I dread any IEP containing this goal, since I’ve never found a great resource to target it effectively. If it’s anything like your other packets, I know it’ll become a go to! Thanks!

  13. Jen K says:

    Thanks for another great resource Shannon! This will be placed on my wishlist as I have so many students working on questioning skills as well as grammar and social skills.

  14. What an awesome idea! I have used in the past similar language mapping with middle and high school asperger kids but it would work for anyone! Great creativity…you go girl!

  15. Santha says:

    Great product! Question formulation & extended thinking areas I work on weekly with my students.

  16. Meagan Lawson says:

    Wow! This product looks amazing! I have a lot of students that could benefit from this!

  17. Jenna T. says:

    This looks like a great product and definitely an idea I will expand on with my students working on question formulation goals πŸ™‚

  18. Karen says:

    These visuals look very helpful for my students.

  19. Genevieve says:

    This product looks amazing! Such a great idea. I can definitely use this with some students on my caseload. Thanks for sharing all your ideas!

  20. Vilura says:

    These look really good!! I can definitely use this product. I currently work with students on the autism spectrum, in eight multiple disabilities classrooms!. This would be very helpful, teaching this skill!!! Please and thank you!!!!!.

  21. Vickye Lewis says:

    As I read your blog post on this product……I am thinking…” ..yep this is one for the Wish List”….. looks great

  22. Marcie says:

    Love these! Easy to grab and you’re ready to go. Keep them coming!!

  23. Ellen Getz says:

    Love this idea!!!! I too have so many students who cannot put the words in the correct order when formulating a question! I love how this adds a visual to what I’ve been trying to teach them! Thanks for sharing!

  24. Deborah McManus says:

    This looks like another winner for all of us. Thank you for sharing your creativity! My students have enjoyed each of your materials that I have shared with them!

  25. Teach Speech 365 says:

    I really love the layout of this product!

  26. Andrea Chesick says:

    Looks totally awesome! Love the support it gives the students!

  27. Sarah Letsky says:

    I’ve been looking for something just like this! Thanks for posting about it.

  28. Kim H says:

    This looks like a GREAT visual helper for questions!

  29. Lauren Donohoe says:

    Hi Shannon (my sister’s name, too hehe)! I love this product! The students on my caseload have so much trouble formulating questions- whether it be for social reasons or to expand their learning of curriculum-based material. This looks like a WONDERFUL product that I would feel so lucky to win!

  30. Annie says:

    I am constantly looking nice for question formulation ideas for my students win high functioning autism. This looks great!

  31. Kelly Lawson says:

    I love this idea!!

  32. Kristel Bashwiner says:

    Love the pictures! Perfect visuals!

  33. Kristine Schabacker says:

    This is exactly what I need for some of my students that have difficulty with question formulation. It is such a difficult concept to teach. Fingers crossed I am lucky enough to win!
    I have many of your other great activities that are so helpful and perfect for my caseload.

  34. Laura says:

    Looks great, would love to use this with my students!

  35. Ashley says:

    This packet is amazing! Teaching kids to ask questions is so difficult. It is hard for them to grasp the concept. My students on the spectrum would really benefit from these visuals!

  36. Sherry says:

    This looks like such a great packet and I’m already thinking of all the different students I can use this with. Thanks for all your materials!

  37. Jamie says:

    What a great product – so many students could benefit! I love how visual it is!

  38. Rachel Miller says:

    This looks great! I have many clients working on question asking and sentence formulation! Thanks!

  39. Leigh Ann says:

    This looks great! I follow you on instagram too and that is where I saw this post! This is such a great idea and I would be so thrilled to win it! I’m in my second semester of grad school and I can definitely see myself using it!!!

  40. Kayla says:

    Wow. This is a great product !! LOVE LOVE LOVE IT!

  41. Julie says:

    This is exactly what my students need, four in particular that I think will benefit the most! 1) Pragmatic kiddos who have difficulty maintaining topic or only ask very superficial questions 2) My grammar kiddos! Thank you!

  42. Carol says:

    This looks like a great idea! It looks very practical and usable with multi-aged kids.

  43. Jennifer says:

    Looks like such a great resource!

  44. I work with several special education teachers in addition to the speech/language staff and this would be an excellent support for them as well! Sharing your TPT link with them all! πŸ™‚

    Summer
    SLP and SPED Facilitator

  45. Jamie says:

    I just switched to a new school and I have a lot of students working on their conversation skills. This is perfect!

  46. Hannah C says:

    Neat idea! Love the visuals and pictures, as well as the differentiation. Would love to try it with some of my aut kiddos!

  47. Mandy says:

    Will definitely be adding this to my wishlist! As a new SLP I’m always looking for materials that are ready to go.

  48. Ciara says:

    Cannot wait to try this! As a new SLP, teaching question formation has been difficult and I haven’t found a way I like yet. I love the levels of this and being able to build as the students have a better understanding.

  49. Stacy Kindervater says:

    What a timely idea! Lots of students could use help with this right now!

  50. Reni says:

    This is really well thought out. Teaching question asking can be tricky. Nice packet!

  51. Caitlin says:

    This is so great! Thanks for taking the time to make this πŸ™‚

  52. Ashley says:

    Shannon, these worksheets are great! I am a new SLP in a school (just graduated in December) and am always following your blog to use for new ideas for lessons! Thank you for putting so much time and effort into your activities, so others do not have to. You’re such a help and time saver! God sent!

  53. Lisa W says:

    WOW! I was just battling this problem in sessions last week. I had one WH- question visual, but it was not working as I wanted it to. I love the structure of this resource – it is EXACTLY what I am looking for. I love that it includes examples of statements to practice generating follow up questions!

  54. Kimberly Shaner says:

    LOVE!! This is exactly what I am needing in therapy!

  55. Kerry says:

    I am a new speech therapist. I could sure use this. Spending most of this year, making my own resources. πŸ™‚

  56. Carrie says:

    These activities look great! I have many kids that struggle with question formulation.

  57. kayla says:

    These worksheets are awesome! Being in my CFY I really like finding different ways to help my students! These would be really beneficial for the majority of my caseload!

  58. Julie says:

    I’ve been looking for something like this! Looks like a great way for students to practice not just answering questions, but asking some of their own. πŸ™‚ Lord knows they need the practice…

  59. Brianna Hartman says:

    This is genius! Of course I want to win a copy!!!

  60. Allison says:

    I was literally looking for something like this the other day! Now I don’t have to make it! With a caseload of children with autism this will definitely come in handy!

  61. Kristine says:

    This packet looks great! I think it would really help my students who are working on creating questions. I hope you put this items on the must have slp sale!

  62. Cassandra S says:

    Great idea! This packet looks very useful.

  63. Leah says:

    This packet looks awesome. Thank you for creating such a useful tool!

  64. Jill Feigenbaum says:

    Finally a packet targeting question formulation as opposed to just answering questions. Love it!

  65. Patricia says:

    Thank you for creating this! I’ve had a hard time teaching this concept. This would be very helpful.

  66. Brenda says:

    This is so great! I love it.

  67. mvurro says:

    I would love to try this out with my son who has Autism!!

  68. Amy says:

    this looks like it would be a great resource!

  69. Jen says:

    Looks great! Perfect resource for some of my kids. Thanks!

  70. Terry says:

    This looks like an amazing product! It would be so helpful to me with my students. I already put it on my tpt wish list:)

  71. Julia says:

    Love all your products- use them all the time. Top quality. Just what I would want to make myself if only I had a little more time ?

  72. Anne Bousquet says:

    This looks great!!

  73. Lindsay Clark says:

    This is fantastic! I would love to use this for my speech therapy group πŸ™‚

  74. Lisa says:

    This looks like just what I need for so many of my children this year! ? Thanks!

  75. Emily C says:

    you have exactly what I need so often I think you are reading my mind!!

  76. Kathryn says:

    This is another practically-perfect therapy tool, thank you…hoping to win too! If not, I can console myself that your resources are reasonably priced!

  77. Heather says:

    So creative and well made! What a useful product!!

  78. Lisa Gilles says:

    What a great product. I find this is an area many of my students struggle with.

  79. Sarah says:

    This looks awesome! I have a couple students this was be great for πŸ™‚

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