Ages: 5 – 12
Grades: K – 5th
Author: Rachele Ellsworth
Asking Questions–Double Dice Add-On Deck provides a motivating way for speech-language pathologists to prompt their students to use the following question forms: who, what, where, and when.
There are fifty-four (54) total playing cards. The first twenty-seven (27) cards contain a photograph followed by four (4) sentences describing a question a person wants to ask. The student responds by asking the appropriate question using the bolded target word in each sentence. The remaining twenty-seven (27) cards contain a photograph and four (4) fill-in-the-blank style sentences that need to be completed using a question word.
Here is how it works:
- The instructor places nine (9) cards face down on the table.
- A student rolls the double dice and it lands on a shape.
- The student turns over the card with the corresponding shape.
- The student reads (or listens as the instructor reads) the sentence which corresponds to the number on the inner die.
- The student responds by asking a question using the appropriate question form.
The students get plenty of practice (216 questions) and enjoy using this activity time and time again!
This is an Add-On deck so it includes:
- Fifty-four (54) total playing cards (cards are large 3″ x 5″).
- Each card contains a photograph and four (4) sentences used as prompts for students to form questions.
- Content, direction, and game variation cards.
- A storage tin.
Includes: 54 playing cards, 3 content/direction cards, and storage tin