Question Words in English – Wall Charts Flash Cards


ESL Wall Chart and Flash Cards about Question Words in English – English Teacher Resources

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Question Words in English – Wall Charts and Flash Cards

The English question words (Interrogative words) that appear on the main wall chart are: Who? Where? When? Why? What? Which? and How?

Each question word is demonstrated with a cartoon representing that word and includes an example sentence of it in English. Below the set of cartoons is a simple explanation of when to use these question words.

BONUS: Each Question Word is on its own A4 size page (see how they are grouped in the content section below)

These wall charts are perfect for decorating the ESL classroom. You may also want to laminate each cartoon chart and use them as large flashcards. Some teachers also photocopy these and make a booklet for students.

Permission to use these charts is only for individual classrooms use.

We also have a version of these questions words in Spanish.

CONTENT: This pack contains 9 Pages:

  • Wall Chart – Question Words – (1 page)
  • Wall Chart – Who? (1 page)
  • Wall Chart – Where?  (1 page)
  • Wall Chart – When?  (1 page)
  • Wall Chart – Why?  (1 page)
  • Wall Chart – What?  (1 page)
  • Wall Chart – Which? (1 page)
  • Wall Chart – How?  (1 page)
  • Wall Chart – Explanation (1 page)

LEVEL: Basic (CEFR – A1 Level)

AGE: All ages
Format: .PDF
Size: 2MB


Un afiche mostrando los interrogativos en inglés: Who? Where? When? Why? What? Which? and How?

CONTENIDO: Este pack contiene 9 Páginas:

  • Afiche – Question Words – (1 página)
  • Afiche – Who? (1 página)
  • Afiche – Where?  (1 página)
  • Afiche – When?  (1 página)
  • Afiche – Why?  (1 página)
  • Afiche – What?  (1 página)
  • Afiche – Which? (1 página)
  • Afiche – How?  (1 página)
  • Afiche – Explicación (1 página)

NIVEL: Básico (CEFR – A1)

EDAD: Todas las edades
Formato: .PDF
Tamaño: 2MB


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