Wh- Question Easter Egg Hunt

It's that time of year again!  To take out your dollar store Easter eggs and baskets!!  What to do with them this year??  Try this idea for students working on wh- questions. 

First, print and laminate the egg printable and place them into the plastic eggs.  Hide them around your room!  If you have a small room like mine, you can use the hallway, cafeteria, or make a sensory bin to hide the eggs.  I have done all the above in the past!


Now it is time for the hunt!  Who can find the most?  Or you can have a student one at a time go and find an egg and return so that each student finds the same amount.
 
Once an egg is found, the student bring it back to table to open.  Use prompting to have student recognize which type of wh- question form it is.  Use your visuals!(there are tons out there on Speakingofspeech.com, boardmakershare.com, and various other blogs!  send me an email if you would like me to send ya some!)  By reviewing the types and using visuals, this should help the student respond appropriately.  Once responded, they may put their egg in appropriate flower pot.  When you are all done, you can review each flower pot and how the answers go together (there is your associations goal!). 


I got the "flower pots" from the $1 section at Target.  They had tons of small buckets in all different colors!  I chose to get 5 of the same so that I can use them for various purposes.

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7 comments:

  1. When I tried to download the wh flowers and wh easter eggs, they would not open up as a full page

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    1. hmmm it worked on my computer....feel free to send me an email at speechtimefun@gmail.com and I will send them to you!!

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  2. What a great idea! Thank you for sharing!

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  3. I was able to get the file open at work. I used the activity with my lld class and they loved it. I put the questions in the eggs and also put silly bands in some of the eggs. I had the kids hide the eggs while following directions (put a yellow egg under the chair and a blue egg next to the recycling). Then the kids collected the eggs and I handed eggs to the kids which they opened and responded to the prompt on the paper. I made sure that I put silly bands in one color egg so that each kid ended up with a "gift."

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    1. So glad to hear it worked!! Silly bands are a great reward! I have tons of them in my prize bin! Thanks for the fun ideas!!

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  4. Guess what? This was one of the most clicked at Thrifty Thursday last week! WOO HOO! Also...I am on my way upstairs to print these out..I'm going to use them this evening with a client! LOVE!!!

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    1. Yay!! Glad everyone loves it too! My students had a blast with it!

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