Say who? Say what? Say where? No, I’m not confused…but sometimes students are!
Do your students use the 5 Ws plus How? Common Core requires students, specifically second graders, to use them when asking and answering questions about key details from the text. Seems like students can get part of them, but it is hard for them to remember all 5 plus getting in the How.
I am sharing my 5 W Questions Plus How classroom posters to help them and you out!
All 5 W questions- who, what, when, where, why, and also how are included. Print them out, laminate them and then hang them on your walls or bulletin boards for reminders about what key details they should be remembering as they read. Maybe you will get less say what, say where, say how in your day!
Click here to pick them up FREE at my TpT store! Don’t forget to click follow me while you are there please. 🙂
Your posters look great!
Forever in First
Christina Marie says
Thanks for the freebies! I love them!
Apples, Books, and Crayons
Bridget S says
Great freebie!!! THANK YOU!!!
Literacy Without Worksheets
Megan Horman says
These are cute. Thanks for sharing!
I love them, Lori!! I left you some feedback on TPT as well 😉 I hope you check out the giveaway I am having over at my blog!!
Eclectic Educating says
Great posters! They are so bright and colorful. Nice work! Just found you on Manic Monday!
Susan Hardin says
Your posters look great! I believe anchor charts for kids to get used to looking at around the room, encourage repeat performances, which lead to permanency. Great job! I just found you on Manic Monday!
3rd Grade Grapevine
Thank you Tammy! I appreciate your stamp of approval!
Thank you Christina! I appreciate that! 🙂
Thanks so much, Bridget!!
Thank you Megan! I appreciate you coming by!
Thank you so much, Amy! I appreciate that!
Thanks Susan! I appreciate your kind words!
Mrs. Leeby says
Thanks, Lori! Love it!
LWML is hosting a fab followers giveaway
Thanks so much, Irene!
Jennifer Reck says
I love these posters! Thank you for sharing. I'm helping my students form questions to ask their reading partners and I believe these will help them anchor their questions….THANKS!!
Owl Things First