"WH" QUESTIONS | Mega 6 Pack Bundle | Differentiated Games, Activities, and Visuals

  • $14.99

This pack includes 6 of my fun and engaging activity sets to get your students asking wh questions and making comments, and a bonus set of question, comment and connections visuals. These activities are great for students who struggle to engage in conversations. 

These games and activities will help children be able to engage in conversations by improving their ability to ask questions, respond to others and to understand the perspective of others. 

My students LOVE doing these fun games. I hope yours do too!

I LOVE to modify! Please let me know if you would like anything modified to better meet your needs.


Included Please Find: 249 Pages!


"Wh" Question Prompt Cards

A great activity to help elicit "Wh" questions from students working on expressive language. This is also a great activity to use with children who are working on pragmatic social language skills.

I use this in small social groups to elicit social conversation, automaticity, inferential thinking and perspective taking skills. Laminate the cards and use dry erase markers for a fun written activity.

For those who like to act things out, this can also be done as a role play. One student can read/act out the "teacher prompts" and another can ask the "Wh" questions. 4 levels of "Wh" question prompts and a set of homework prompts, offer a nice variety to reach a wide range of students


Included Please Find:  83 Pages

  • Level 1 Directions
  • Level 1 Prompts (10 pages)
  • Level 2 Directions
  • Level 2 Prompts (10 pages)
  • Level 3 Directions
  • Level 3 Prompts (10 pages)
  • Level 4 Directions
  • Level 4 Prompts (10 pages)
  • Homework Directions
  • Homework Prompts (15 pages)
  • MINI SET: Mini Prompt Cards, Great To Put On A Ring Or To Keep In Small Spaces. 1 Color Set and 1 B/W Set.

Asking WH Questions Activity Boards

  • These activities will help students engage in more dynamic conversations by asking questions.
  • Questions help people to learn more about each other and to show others that we are interested in them, not just in talking about ourselves.
  • This activity has 4 different choices/levels so you can move on as your students improve and or use the boards of your choice with a wide variety of learners.
  • The high interest background (Minecraft clip art) helps get students excited to engage in what can sometimes feel like a boring activity to them.

Included Please Find:

  • Board 1: Six boards with question starters; Where, When, Who, What 
  • Board 2: Six boards with more difficult question starters; Which, Why, How, Do/Did
  • Board 3: Six boards with all question starters; Where, When, Who, What, Which, Why, How, Do/Did combined on one board
  • Board 4: Four boards with boxes to mark off when a question was asked and when a comment was stated. Students must decide which question starter to use. 

WH Question Board Games 

This is a fun way to work on asking "WH" questions. Students must ask a question that makes sense to go along with a picture card, or for older kids, a written scenario cards or picture cards that appeal to older elementary children.

I have separated the pictures/boards into categories so that you can work on categorization skills/identification skills as well if you like. Question cards include "wh" words such as: what, why, when, where, who, which, and also, how, do, did.


A plain board is also provided as are "high color, low color" and a black and white board so that you have lots of variety.

Really get your students to think with this game! My students enjoy this game a lot, I hope yours do too!

Included Please Find: 

Directions and Material Prep.


  • Game Board (high color)
  • Game Board (low color)
  • 1 Color Spinner
  • 3 Different Colored Arrows


  • 1 High Color Game Board
  • 1 Low Color Game Board
  • 24 Kids Topic Cards


  • 1 High Color Game Board
  • 1 Low Color Game Board
  • 18 Clothing Topic Cards


  • 1 High Color Game Board
  • 1 Low Color Game Board
  • 24 Animals Topic Cards 


  • 1 High Color Game Board
  • 1 Low Color Game Board
  • 24 Food Topic Cards


  • 1 Black and White Board
  • 24 Black and White cards (varied pictures)
  • 1 Black and White Spinner
  • Black and White Arrows


  • 24 Written Scenario Cards (Use with plain or B/W boards)
  • 24 Picture Cards To Prompt Deeper Thinking Questions
  • 6 Make Your Own Cards(Editable)

Questions, Comments And Connections Game

Have your students practice the essential components of a conversation: asking questions, making comments, and making connections.

This fun game consists of 2 different game boards available in high color and low color. One board has a variety of pictures on it and the other has pictures of children in social situations so that you can work on pragmatic skills as well as language.

Question cards also include sentence starters for those who need a little more prompting.

Also included are both written and visual cards as well as 3 different spinners to allow you to use this game with many different levels of students and in different ways.

Included Please Find:

  • Poster: Questions, Comments, Connections
  • 1 Full Color Game Board: A Variety of pictures
  • 1 Low Color Game Board: A Variety of pictures
  • 1 Full Color Game Board: Pictures of kids in social scenarios
  • 1 Low Color Game Board: Pictures of kids in social scenarios

Question Starter Cards: Words and Sentence Starters

  • Comments Visual Cards
  • Questions Visual Cards
  • Connections Visual Cards


  • Comments Written Cards
  • Questions Written Cards
  • Connections Written Cards

  • 3 Spinners: One for each level of game
  • 3 Arrows

Questions BINGO And Board Games

A great way to work on asking "Wh" questions. These activities also help children to think about what questions make sense to ask in a variety of situations, as well as improving conversational skills and perspective taking skills in general. 

Included Please Find:

Directions/Suggestions For Use

  • 6 Different BINGO Boards


  • 18 Written Scenario Cards (for higher levels)
  • 9 Written Scenario Cards (for lower levels)


  • 18 Picture Cards (for higher levels)
  • 9 Picture Cards (for lower levels)


  • 9 Make Your Own (Editable so you can easily add your own text/pictures)


  • 1 Wh Questions Board Game (in high color)
  • 1 Wh Questions Board Game **All New Pictures** (in low color)
  • 1 Wh Questions Board Game **All New Pictures** (in black and white)


  • 18 Wh Questions Cards
  • 1 Spinner (high color)
  • 1 Spinner (black and white)
  • 3 Arrows (2 in color, one black and white)

Questions and Comments Visual Checklists and Activities

These visual checklists will help your students gain a greater understanding of how to engage in successful conversations with others, through taking a closer look at asking questions and making comments.

Going beyond simply teaching students to ask questions and make comments, these visual checklists and activities get students to self monitor their conversational behaviors and think more deeply about the quality of their questions and comments.

Included Please Find:

  • 1 Asking Questions Visual Checklist
  • 1 Making Comments Visual Checklist


  • 1 Asking Follow-Up Questions Worksheet
  • 1 Making Follow-up Comments Worksheet


  • 1 Conversation Starter Sentences Sheet
  • 3 Conversation Participation Visual Checklists (3 levels)
  • 1 Conversation Pie Visual Checklist

BONUS Visuals

12 Pages of Question Cards and Comment Cards/ Words and Pictures

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