Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Super 'Wh'?

For as long as I can remember I have taught the 'wh' sound through the use of questioning.  
All the big questions words (which most are tricky) begin with 'wh' (except for how and of course the nasty little 'who' which I use my owl to teach that...)
This is a great little unit complete with templates to create your very own 
Super Wh
(who is able to leap TALL Questions in a single bound!)
 Here is an up close of the anchor chart I created for the wh sound and question words!
 The original super hero I created below was for action words (predicates, too)...the idea came from a bulletin board by
Lindsey at The Teacher Wife...love her stuff!

This template for a boy and a girl super hero is included, along with a super 'wh' poster, 2 SUPER cute labeling super hero pages, a question activity page, question cards for reading, a set of 5 journal prompts, a story starter, 2 writing activities, a super hero owl page for 'who', and 2 super hero pages for coloring or for your anchor charts.
Check it out:


First three people to comment below with their email address will get their own free copy!

12 comments:

  1. Love the 5 W's anchor chart--
    thanks for sharing

    Renee' Stewart
    stewartr@greenvilleisd.com

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  2. Love it!
    Mel D
    Seusstasticblogspot@gmail.com

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  3. DANG IT!!!!!! How am I never in the top three when I practically LIVE on my computer?
    Your stuff is ADORABLE - love it all!!
    A Teeny Tiny Teacher

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  4. Great Idea!!
    sdavis6281@hotmail.com

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  5. How about the first 10? 10 is a great and very lucky number! If you forward this to 10 people I am pretty sure you are going to rich or famous - or maybe both!
    dianadirubbo@gmail.com

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  6. Great idea. My students will love the super herol

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