English Language Arts Lesson - Understand and Use Interrogative (Question) Words, Kindergarten

  • Activity 1 / Learning about Question Words Worksheet

    Who? What? Where? How do we know which word to use when we’re asking a question? Language sure is tricky to learn, but this free printable worksheet will make it easier for your little learner! To get started, simply help students look at and name the picture on the left. What words can be used to ask a sentence about it? For instance, when looking at a beach ball you couldn’t possibly ask WHO it is! Instead, look through the list and select the question word that can be used to ask something about it.

  • Activity 2 / Question Words Maze Worksheet

    When we want to ask something, we must ask a question. But how do we know which words to use to start each query? Practice the “who”, “what”, “where”, “when”, and “how” of questioning using this charming question words maze! Guide Little Red Riding hood away from the wolf, and to her grandmother’s house, by using a pencil to find the right path. But be careful! You can only draw a line through the question words. Trace her a path to lead her home, leaving all the other words (and the wolf!) behind.

  • Activity 3 / Questions at the Park Worksheet

    Parks are awesome for having fun. When we go to the park, we don’t have to worry about playing too hard, or running too far, or even being too loud. Kids love the park and are always excited to go there for some fun. Ask your kids what fun things they particularly enjoy doing at the park. If your kids love meeting and making new friends at the park, they are just like Patty in this worksheet. Patty wants to know more about her new friends at the park. She needs your child’s help to check the question word she would use.

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