Sorting Who What Where and When
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Also available as part of Early Language Concepts File Folder Bundle
The ability to tell the difference between who, what, where and when doesn’t come naturally to every student. These file folder tasks help make question words concrete and visual. For example, the word “where” refers to a place and the word when refers to a time on a clock or on a calendar.
•Who vs What File Folder Activity: Consists of 18 color pictures (9 “who” and 9 “what”) as well template and folder label to easily organize and make concept visual.
•Who vs What Cut and Paste: 18 black and white images prints on 1 sheet.
•Where vs When File Folder Activity: Consists of 18 color pictures (9 “where” and 9 “when”) as well as template and folder label to easily organize and make concept visual.
•Where vs When Cut and Paste: Chart and 18 black and white images. prints on 1 sheet.
•Where vs When Vocabulary Words Cut and Paste 1 sheet. 18 words we use when answering “when” and “where” questions (such as “next to” “inside” “outside” “yesterday” “months” etc)
Note: This is a printable item. Manila folders not included. For best results laminating and Velcro are needed.
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