Visual Aid for Question Words

When I taught K-2nd grade, many children had a difficult time determining which punctuation mark to use at the end of a sentence. To help make this easier to understand, I taught my students and my own children these questions words to help them differentiate between an "asking" and a "telling" sentence. 

I recently created an updated version.
Click here to grab a copy for yourself. :)


You will need to print it on landscape orientation.
This poster looks great laminated so you can reuse it again and again.

Please note:  The visual aid above has the most common words that are located at the beginning of sentences, but may not include all of them. I also use this poster with older children and just use the terms "declarative" and "interrogative" for types of sentences.

Enjoy!

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thank you,,, I am doing a teaching Practice session on how to teach question words and this a perfect picture to show my students

Mrs. McKown said...

This is great! Thank you so much for sharing!!