Forming Questions Worksheets:
Ws and Hs - The
words who, what, where, when, why, how, which, and how much are used
to form questions.
The Swarm - Study
the picture. Then form questions that begin with each of the question
Everything - Read each answer below. Write a query that asks
for the information in the answer.
Get to Know Your Neighbor
- Create questions that will help you get to know a classmate that
you don't know very well. Use the question words as prompts.
Match Maker - Choose
the correct word to complete each sentence. These are all sentence starters to help you get going.
Raiser - Look at each picture. Then write three questions about
each picture. The pictures are of a lounging alligator, a fisherman than got the wrong catch, and a runaway hair dryer.
Me - Rewrite each sentence as a question. Follow the example. They are all statements that you will need to reword to form a query.
Questions - Think of someone you know that you would like to
know better. It can be a classmate, a teacher, a family member, or
a friend. Complete each question that you would like to ask them,
then get together with that person and ask your questions.
Did - Use do, does or did to write a query to go with each
answer. You will reword those thoughts to help you find yourself.
Gorilla - Unscramble the words to form questions. They are all there, you just need to shuffle those words around.
Questions - Read each sentence. Then write a question for which
the bolded word(s) is the answer.
| Did | Does - Read each sentence and fill in the correct word.
Write it on the line. Obviously it is one of the bold words at the top of the page.
Catty - Read the sentence. Then write 5 original questions whose
answers can be found in the sentence. Begin each sentence with the
Do | Does - Read the sentence. Then write 5 original questions
whose answers can be found in the sentence. Begin each sentence with
the word provided.