If you read my blog or subscribe to my email list, you might know that I create A LOT of Wh- Questions activities. Well, I’m excited because I just started a new line of WH- Questions resources about short stories/passages (about a paragraph long)!
Short Stories Speech Therapy Activity
I’d love for you to try out three of the passages for free! ***Grab the Freebie Here***
This activity is perfect for learning to differentiate between the types of WH Questions and for working on auditory comprehension skills.
I know a lot students benefit from visual supports, so I was sure to include visuals for each passage.
Three Levels of Support for Short Stories with WH Questions
Each short story has three levels of support for answering WH questions.
Level One: Students answer WH questions by matching to a picture choice. They can cut and glue the answer into the table.
Level Two: Students answer WH questions by matching to written choice. They can cut and glue the answer into the table.
Level Three: Students write-in answers to WH questions.
***Cut apart the story and the questions to target auditory comprehension***
I hope you find these passages useful! You can grab the free sample of three passages here!
More Short Stories with WH Questions
If you’re looking for additional WH- Questions practice, check out my full set of fifteen short stories with wh questions here!
It includes 15 passages (6-9 sentences long) and Wh- Questions to go with it – who, what, when, where, why and how questions are all included!