As I think about activities to increase awareness of asking questions, games such as Guess Who, Bingo, and Hide and Go Seek come to mind.  They can target simple wh-questions (i.e. who, what, where, when).  Items which can be tossed or rolled (i.e. bean bags, squishy balls, pillows, etc.) are good tools to build wh-questions.  The person holding the ball is the asker, while the person without the ball is the listener.  Have each person pick his or her favorite character, like Cinderella or SpongeBob SquarePants.  Next, take turns asking and answering wh-questions (i.e.  Where does SpongeBob SquarePants live?  What does Cinderella’s dress look like?) while tossing the ball.  These activities target asking and answering questions and can build conversational skills.

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