Thursday, January 31, 2013

St. Patty's Literal, Inferential and Evaluative Question Pack

You know the type:
Who
What 
Where
When





We can say them in our sleep. Probably like you, I have decks of literal WH questions lining my room. I love these and they are a great starting place, but for some of my kiddos, I'm trying to move them into inferential and evaluative -type questions. 

So...what do I do? I head on over to my computer and begin a product that I will use with my kiddos. That's how it always goes, you know. I need something, like aligning the Common Core to what we do as therapists, or Articulation for Reading and Conversation for my students and figure others could benefit too. I hope you do. :-)

That's how this one began. I needed some more inferential and evaluative type questions so I created this St. Patrick's Day Question Pack

In this fun "Green-themed" pack, you receive:
  • 1 Game Board


  • 48 Literal (WH) Questions



  • 24 Inferential Questions




  • 24 Evaluative Questions

  • 1 St. Patrick's History Story

  • 1 Question Page


I think you're going to like this packet. Hurry...it's here only for a limited time! You can grab it in my TPT store or my Teachers Notebook store


Comment below for your chance to win a copy for free! I'm giving away two!
Winners are chosen by random generator.

27 comments:

  1. Super Cute Nicole! I am trying to move some kiddos into inferential questions too! Seems like a hard transitions over here!

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  2. Love this packet!I have actually been to Ireland, so when I work with my students and we talk about St. Patrick's Day, I show them real photos of me there. Hope to go back someday...

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    1. My husband and I went to Ireland this last summer! I can't wait to break out the pictures in March as well! I feel that they'll be able to relate so much more because of the "realness" of me being there.

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  3. You are so right! Trying to find ways to target those higher level questions is quite difficult! Thanks for creating a packet to help these kids reach their goals (and for me in getting them there). :)

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  4. Love this for my upper elementary clients!! Nicely done! Nanette

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  5. Congrats on 300! This looks like a fun activity!

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  6. This looks like a great activity. Thanks for the giveaway.
    ssjvarga@yahoo.com

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  7. Love the different question levels. Looks great!

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  8. Love the different question levels. Looks great!

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  9. I love this! I have so many kiddos working on inferencing and this would be perfect!

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  10. Great activity! This would be great for my 4th and 5th graders!

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  11. Nice activities-great to have questions regarding non fiction info.

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  12. Awesome! What a great transition activity. Thanks!

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  13. I love the evaluative and inferential questions. Looks like a great way to engage kids and get them beyond concrete thinking.

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  14. I love incorporating the higher order thinking questions and inferencing skills. My kids need it and they don't get much experience out in the world! I like the St. Patty's Day history story. Very cute

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  15. I need more for interesting. This looks great!

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    1. Congratulations-you win! Please send me your email so I can send you the packet. Thanks so much for commenting!

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  16. This is very nice! I would love to have it for my students!

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  17. I'd love to win this. I like how it can be used for basic questions as well as inferential questions!

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    1. Congratulations-you win! Please let me know your email so I can send you this packet! Thanks so much for commenting!

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  18. Definitely adding this to my wishlist! It's so hard to get my kids to jump from basic to inferential. This looks like great practice for them! :)
    Lauren
    Busy Bee Speech

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  19. This looks like great practice! I would love to try it out!

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  20. This is so cute! I love the sweet owls! Great idea for inferential questions. Hope to win!

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  21. Congratulations to Amy and Kristen for winning the packet! Thanks so much for commenting and letting me know you like it! If you did not win, this packet is available at my TPT store for only $3.50. Thanks again!

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Nicole Allison
SpeechPeeps