Looking for a fun, seasonally-appropriate activity to keep the WH questions flowing all summer long? Then you’ll love this free summer WH question BINGO activity, perfect to a pass along to print out for at-home reinforcement, or to upload and use as part of your TheraWeb online therapy session!
This awesome summer BINGO game includes 3 game boards, along with a list of 24 WH questions (and answers). You (or your student’s caretaker) can read from the list, while your speech therapy student crosses off the picture that answers the question being posed.
The WH questions in this speech therapy activity are:
- What is a sweet, cold and creamy treat?
- What tastes great grilled, especially with mustard?
- What is a meat patty between two buns?
- What do you call it when you sleep in the woods?
- What kind of pants do you wear on a hot day?
- What do you do in a pool?
- Where do you go to play in the sand and see the ocean?
- Where do you go to swim in your neighborhood?
- What is loud and bright and popular on the 4th of July?
- What do you build out of sand?
- What is a sweet, sticky summer fruit?
- What do you call the natural outdoor light that warms your face?
- What do you use to cook hamburgers and hot dogs?
- What do you call a break from school?
- What is a frozen treat on a stick?
- What can you warm yourself by when camping?
- Where do little sea creatures live?
- What do you wear on your feet at the beach?
- What is an inflatable toy you can play with on the beach or in a pool?
- What protects your eyes from the sun?
- What do you call it when you eat outside?
- What is a thirst-quenching summer drink?
- What do you fly on a windy day?
- What do you use to ride waves?
This awesome BINGO game includes 3 unique game boards, along with a list of 24 WH questions (and answers). Read from the list, while your speech therapy student crosses off the picture that answers the question being posed.
To win, the student must connect 5 squares horizontally, vertically or diagonally. This speech therapy resource would be perfect for a vocabulary, describing, categorizing, or grammar lesson, and will work well for Kindergarteners all the way up to 5th graders.