Do your students need to work on their yes and no question skills? Are you looking for hands-on and engaging activities to use in your classroom or speech therapy sessions? If so, this Earth Day themed yes and no question task box activity is perfect to use with your students.
- Students need to read (or be read) the question on each task card, and look at the accompanying image.
- Then, either by pointing, using a clothing peg or a dry-wipe pen, students answer the question by selecting yes or no as their answer.
- Print out all of the pages included.
- Cut out and laminate each of the individual task cards.
- Provide students with a way to select their answer; pointing, verbalizing, using clothing pegs, dry-wipe pens, counters etc.
- Cover for task box.
- 39 task cards.
Yes and no questions are a really common and important target for students. Once a student is able to master the skill of answering a question with yes or no, then you will be able to get more information from them and find out what they are trying to communicate.
This has a huge effect on reducing communication frustrations for students. As well as helping them to understand and pay attention to questions and how to respond.
These task cards fit perfectly into photo storage boxes – making it easy for you to stay organised and keep all the pieces together.
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