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Super Duper® 216 Fold & Say "WH" Question Scenes Book

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Item #: 901-307852SUP
  Model #: BK276
Brand: Super Duper
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Super Duper® 216 Fold & Say WH Question Scenes Book
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216 fold and Say "WH" question scenes presents an open-ended way to reinforce your students' ability to ask and answer "WH" questions. Super Duper® Fold & Say® Book includes WH question scenes to teach students and reinforce the ability to ask and also answer. Book containing 216 pictures improve language skills of students and are categorized into 12 themes.
  • It also has a blank booklet to allow the teachers, students or parent/helper to create their own "Fold and Say" and a parent/helper letter
  • Size: 8 1/2"(W) x 11"(D)
  • It presents an open-ended way to reinforce your students' ability to ask and answer "WH" questions
  • First page contains a scene, next three pages have "Wh" questions about the scene, (who, what, when, where, why)
  • Book has 216 total picture booklets divided into twelve themes: bugs, community, entertainment, farm, holiday, seasonal, special occasions, home, occupations, outdoors, recreation and hobbies, school, space and transportation
  • Language: English
  • Author: Chrissy Hailsip, Molly DeShong, Nancy Fulton
  • Age group and grade: Age 3 - 11 and grade PreK-5
  • Perfect-bound, softcover
  • Each reproducible page turns into a small, four-page booklet
  • Students practice their expressive and receptive language skills as they answer the questions (verbally or by writing)
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number of pages: 234
Specifications
Recycled : Yes Brand : Super Duper Customizable : No
Weight : 1.75 lbs. per Each
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