216 Fold & Say WH Questions
216 total picture booklets divided into twelve themes for students to practice their expressive and receptive language skills.
Ask & Answer "WH" Fun Sheets
Illustrated activity pages reinforce the "who, what, where, when, and why" skills children learn with their Ask & Answer cards
Ask & Answer WH Bingo
Wow! It's the Who, What, When, Where, and Why Bingo Game! Students will have many amusing times playing "Wh" Bingo as they learn to ask and answer "Wh" questions.
Ask & Answer WH Cards Combo
5 card decks - Who/what/when/where/why questions: easy to understand, and kids of all ages love to play card games!
Ask And Answer Why Cards
These popular cards feature child-friendly art and easy to understand why questions.
Ask Me A Question
Skill in asking questions is important if children are to use language effectively to acquire new information - use to teach comprehension & expressive use of the wh-questions forms.
Asking Good Questions
Auditory processing, visual observations & expressive language to strengthen essential language skills & enhance vocabulary development.
Asking More Specific Questions
Cartoon illustrations stimulate auditory comprehension of specific questions and information.
Asking Questions Double Dice Deck
A motivating way for speech-language pathologists to prompt their students to use the following question forms: who, what, where, and when.
Auditory Memory for WH Questions$19.70, Cards
These 56 imaginative, illustrated cards have a short story and five WH questions: who, what, when, where, and why.
Busy Babies Describing Cards
Your students will delight in improving their describing skills while playing cards with this deck of 28 baby pairs (56 cards)
Changing Statements to Questions Fun Deck
Cool In School
A receptive & expressive language game that uses 144 full-colour photos to teach basic & advanced communication skills for everyday school use
DOT WH? Questions
Reproducible workbook for answering basic wh-questions, progresses to answering more complex auditory comprehension questions from paragraphs.
Easy Questions for Young Listeners$46.95, Spiral Bound
Speech-language pathologists, teachers, and parents can work as a team in providing language remediation using the reproducible worksheet activities in this book.
Easy Stories for Language$53.50, Spiral Bound
These stories and activities are designed for children who have difficulty answering simple questions, focusing their attention, or describing a simple sequence of events.
The Ask and Answer Question Game that builds questioning skills, describing skills, categorising skills, problem solving skills, and more!
Jeepers Peepers Add On Cards$22.95, Cards
Use these 101 new Add-On Cards with your Jeepers Peepers game to expand your students' language skills and keep those questions and answers coming!
Language Activities for Developing Questioning Skills$68.95, Spiral Bound
This book includes activities designed to teach children to ask who, what, when, where, and why questions more effectively.
MagneTalk WH Questions Combo
Includes all five "WH" MagneTalk Board Games: Who? What? When? Where? and Why?
Photo Occupations WH Questions Super Fun Deck$73.30, Cards
Identify occupations and encourage expressive language with 120 cards each featuring five “WH” questions
Photo Verbs Bingo
This photo packed set gves you numerous and innovative ways to help students master regular & irregular present & past tense verbs.
Pirate Talk$99.95, Game
This receptive & expressive language skills game reinforces 7 essential communication skills: sentence repetition, answering questions, following directions, categorising, inferencing, describing, social skills.
200 thought-provoking questions, grade 5 to adult on topics like feelings, opinions, family, friends, imagination
Question Quest$69.95, Game
Teach children to ask and answer who, what, when, where, and why questions more effectively as they ride the roller coaster of questions in this exciting language game.
Question Shuffle Fun Deck$28.95, Cards
Uses WH questions to teach students parts of speech and appropriate grammatical structures for asking questions, while improving students' inferencing and reasoning skills.
Ring Talkers "WH" Inference Question Cards
5 colourful card decks which give children clues and hints to answer "WH" questions
Teaching Kids of All Ages to Ask Questions$54.95, Spiral Bound
Pictures and activities to help students of all ages learn a most perplexing syntactic phenomenon - formulating questions.
A fun way to help students begin a conversation with a specific topic, ask/answer questions it, make comments, and maintain it for a specific time
Webber Photo Cards, What Are They Thinking?
Contains 60 clever photos to improve your students' inferencing and reasoning skills. Can also be used to encourage conversational speech or as writing prompts.
Webber WH Questions Interactive CD-Rom, Level 1$49.95, Software
This interactive CD-Rom provides your student with 375 questions and answers to help them learn about, answer (simple and inference) and choose the correct WH questions.
Webber WH Questions Interactive CD-Rom, Level 2$49.95, Software
Helps students practice and learn how to ask and answer "WH" Questions (Who, What, Where, When, and Why) in stories.
WH Chipper Chat
Let's chat the "WH" way! Now you can take Chipper Chat fun and help students learn to process and answer "WH" questions at the same time.
WH Questions At Home Fun Deck
Help students improve expressive and receptive language skills as well as social skills as they answer “WH” questions
WH Questions in the Community Fun Deck
Help students improve their understanding of different social situations & behaviours within the community. 56 cards
WH Questions Quick Take Along Book
Teaches students of all ages to ask & answer who, what, when, where & why questions. 600 prompts for three types of questions
WH? Questions in a Jar$17.95, Jar
Have fun responding to a variety of W questions: "Who, What, Where, When, and Why" (with answers).
What Are They Asking? Fun Deck
56 cards which exercise creativity and reasoning abilities while encouraging conversational speech. Can also be used as writing prompts.