?. ?. Question Asking. ?. Who, What, Where, When, Why, Which. ?. ?. Created by: Emily R. Wargel 2001. Questions. What kinds of WH- questions can you ask?. Who. What . Where. When. Why. Which. Who Questions. Who is helping the boy?. The dentist is helping the boy.
Who is helping the boy?
The dentist is helping the boy.
Who is talking on the telephone?
The man is talking on the telephone.
Who is riding on the horse?
The jockey is riding on the horse.
Who pulled a rabbit out of the hat?
The magician pulled a rabbit out of the hat.
The boy is scared.
The girl is swinging.
The girl is carrying a dog.
The boy is listening to music.
What is she painting?
She is painting a picture.
What is she painting on?
She is painting on a canvas.
What is she painting with?
She is painting with a paintbrush.
The boy is eating watermelon.
is the boy eating?
The man is driving the tractor.
is the man driving?
The rooster is blowing the horn.
What is the rooster blowing?
The man is throwing a football.
What is the man throwing?
Where is the tree?
The tree is next to the house.
Where is the fence?
The fence is in front of the house.
Where are the flowers?
The flowers are in the baskets.
Where are the windows?
The windows are on the house.
The children are at the zoo.
The butterfly is on the flower.
The rabbit is in the hat.
Where is the rabbit?
The boy is in the wheelchair.
Where is the boy?
Who is bouncing the ball?
What kind of ball is she bouncing?
Where do you play basketball?
What does she have on her feet?
The man is wearing a hat.
Who is wearing a hat?
The man is cutting meat.
What is he cutting?
You buy meat at the grocery store.
Where do you buy meat?
The man works at the grocery store.
Where do you think this man works?
Ask 4 questions about the picture.
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This tutorial was created for the sole purpose to help supplement what is being taught in the classroom. This in no way, shape, or form is to take the place of teaching WH- questions asking/answering skills.
Copies may be used for educational purposes only. The score sheet is just one way in which to gather information on what the child understands.
Thanks to Great Ideas for the use of some of the ideas.
Emily R. Wargel