This set teaches children to label and identify actions, as they learn how to ask and answer "What" and "How" questions. Each of the "what" questions in the set requires a one sentence answer; each of the "how" questions have 3 answers.
If the answer to "What are they doing?" is "Hugging", then the answer to "How do you hug a friend?" is "open your arms", "put them around your friend" and "give a gentle squeeze". Each concept presented in this photographic deck of 40 cards relates to a child's everyday experiences. 3 levels - beginning, intermediate and advanced.
Labeling actions is an elementary skill. Understanding and answering “What” questions is more advanced. Being able to understand and answer a “How” question is far more complex. The “What” questions in this set require a one sentence answer. The “How” questions require a 3 step answer. Children relate to these cards as all activities depicted are ones that children participate in.
Examples include reading a book, blowing bubbles, playing t-ball, cooking, hugging a friend, feeding the ducks etc.
Use these cards to:
- Teach actions
- Teach "What" questions
- Teach 3 step "How" questions
What? How? Questions Set Specifications:
- Total of 40 cards
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