Wh- Questions Worksheets To Print:
A Night at the Movies - Which one goes where, when. Read each sentence and fill in the correct word. Write it on the line.
Wh- Words - Finish off all the queries that we have step up for you. Choose from the wh- words below to complete each
Writing Questions - How on Earth would you rephrase these as questions? Write a question that asks for each underlined word(s).
Asking Questions - Work off of all the prompts that we provide you with. You will use the picture to set the scene for you here.
Wh- at, ere , o, y - A little matching or super wild multiple choice worksheet, based
on how you look at it.
Growing Questions - Fill in the blank to complete each sentence. You will also practice writing full out questions.
Wh- Me! - You will write three for each sentence that is provided. Example: Today we bought a new video game at the store.
I'd Like To Get to
Know You! - Think of someone you know that you would like to
know better. It can be a classmate, a teacher, a family member, or
Crossing the Thames
- Create a reading comprehension test for the passage by writing
five questions whose answers are contained in the passage.
- Unscramble the words to form questions. They are complete questions, but they are will need some case touches.
That's Awful Bold!
- Read each sentence. Then write a question for which the bolded
word(s) is the answer.
WH- Words -
Read each sentence and fill in the correct word. Write it on the line to complete the question.
The 5 Ws and How
- Write a question for each word. Your teacher might choose a theme for your work.
- Read the sentence. Then write 5 original questions whose answers
can be found in the sentence.