I find that each year I teach interrogatives I try to find new activities to help practice this difficult concept.

Here’s a new one I used this year:


I had students grab a notecard. On their notecard, they had to create an original question using an interrogative we’ve been practicing. They also had to draw a quick illustration of that question. Then, I had them tape their card outside of my room next to the interrogative word they chose to use in their question.

Here’s an oldie but a goodie:


This is a fun way to help kids remember the interrogatives. It’s sung to the tune of Jingle Bells. (Ignore the colors; I teach interrogatives in two chunks)



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