Build speech and language skills with this Requesting information with questions communication activity – WHAT questions. This expressive language requesting activity teaches expressing needs and wants using a wh- question. Target communication and ABA or preschool language requesting and manding with these fun activities.
This Wh questions with visuals activity teaches with Boardmaker™ symbols how to request information using a simple question. Situations are presented with a simple scenario like a closed box and audio “What should she ask?”, and the student asks the question (e.g., “What is it?”). Teaches how to ask for help and advocate for needs and wants using verbal or symbol language (PECS™).
Includes interactive digital activities, core words communication book, interactive book, and worksheets, perfect for enhancing communication and great for ABA or preschool language work. Work on requesting and manding in a FUN and inclusive way!
✔️ EASY activities to teach requesting information using questions!
✔️ Enhance early verbal expression
✔️ Fosters independent communication
✔️ Fun way to learn to get needs met
✔️ Versatile for special ed & speech!
Digital activities: Boom™ Cards, Google™ Slides. Using audio and Boardmaker icons on 45 slides. Situations are presented with a simple scenario like a closed box and audio “What should she ask?”, and the student clicks and drags the question (e.g., “What is it?”) to the talking bubble. Two levels to choose from: 10 scenarios with only “What is it?” as the target question, and 10 scenarios with 10 different What questions.
Print activities: a print-and-assemble adaptive book (flipbook), Core words book and additional visuals, and task cards. To aid in tracking progress, includes a simple data collection page, enabling educators and therapists to monitor students' progress effectively.
➕ WHAT'S INCLUDED? 60-page PDF
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✔️ Ask and Answer flipbooks
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