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Carma Sorensen

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Answering "Where" Questions

1. Click on the add button. 2. Use a drawing tool to mark the right answer. 3. Do all 12 pages. (Please show what your child can do independently before helping them.) 4. Click on the green check to save to your journal. Simplify: * If your child is not ready to answer questions verbally, let them point to the correct picture. * If your child is not ready to answer "where" questions at all, have them label the places or ask them to touch one that you name. Example: "Show me the gas station?" * If your child is not ready to label, you label the pictures while they watch. Exposure to vocabulary is great! Extend: * Ask "where" questions about each picture on the page, not just the question listed. Example, "Where do you wear your shoes?" or "Where do you keep pans?" * Ask more open-ended questions about the pictures on each page. Example: "What's another place we can play?" or "Do you always sleep in a bed? Where else might you sleep?" * Have your child answer (and ask) more "where" questions throughout the day. Example, "I need eggs for this recipe. Where should I look for them?" Or make it a guessing game; "I'm thinking of a place to keep eggs and butter. Where is it?" Learning Potentials (Core Standards): Begin to ask and answer simple questions (for example, who, what, where) Begin to ask and answer complex questions (for example, who, what, where, when, why, how). Begin to understand and use nouns, verbs, prepositions, and pronouns. Use nouns, verbs, prepositions, pronouns, and adjectives when speaking with others.

Kindergarten, Pre-K, Special Education, English Language Arts
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