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  • Sep 19th

    To use a warm up or concluding activity for an EAL group

  • Sep 18th

    To help a new EAL child to develop oral language skills.

  • Sep 15th

    Prompt for EAL pupil

  • Aug 25th

    trying to help son make conversations

  • Jun 14th

    To prmpt children asking qestions. A child pulls a card and asks his neighbour the question.

  • Jun 6th'll help a lot in my classes...tks!

  • May 21st

    I'm homeschooling my 3yr old and working as an aftercare teacher for elementary. I thought this would be a fun way to help teach better communication.

    • May 21st

      Hi gooeygumi,
      That sounds lovely! :)

  • Apr 29th

    To help young people to communicate better and socialise.
    I've found the resources very easy to use Clearly set out and full of colour

  • Jan 14th

    Excellent resource to prompt discussion with EAL pupils

  • Jan 7th

    Excellent resource

  • Jan 3rd

    Good ideas for intermediate students already used to UK way of life

  • Dec 4th

    nice one

  • Nov 17th

    A wonderful resource for ESL learners. I'll use the cards for speaking activities in the classroom. Thank you!

  • Nov 10th

    This wil be used for the EAL pupils to help them in asking questions.

  • Oct 19th

    for our newcomers

  • Oct 17th

    ESL students

  • Oct 17th

    Going to use with teens for them to express themselves

  • Oct 8th

    Children with Autism, shy student's. To act as a conversation starter

  • Oct 6th

    ESL students

  • Oct 6th

    EAL student.

  • Sep 24th

    With an EAL adult student, adapted to suit.

  • Sep 24th


  • Sep 8th

    Some students in my class are really good in writing but can't express themselves orally.

  • Sep 4th

    Child with Autism, as verbal and visual prompt to start a conversation

  • Aug 2nd

    to use with my esl student.

  • Jul 28th

    for my session

  • Jun 3rd

    Used for an icebreaker

  • May 20th

    For my speed friends activity with SEN adults

  • May 9th

    For my session

  • May 6th

    As "pick-up" cards for a board game to be played in small groups for oral practice.

  • Mar 8th

    Oral language prompts.

  • Feb 15th

    Would love more of these- may 15 different ones so the whole class could pair up with a different question. Used for R Time activities.

    • Feb 15th

      Hi clitheroe30, thank you for your review, I have passed this on to our resource team to see what they can do for you. I hope this helps. :)

    • Aug 19th

      Hi there clitheroe30, thanks for your comment and sorry for the delay! We hope to extend this resource very soon. :)

  • Feb 1st

    Getting to know you activities with new classmates on the first day of term

  • Jan 21st

    helping EAL children

  • Dec 18th

    helping my son to improve

  • Dec 15th

    Writing a newspaper report, year 5

  • Nov 13th

    Very good for learners struggling with writing.

  • Nov 5th

    I will keep this as a warming up exercise, or end of the lesson activity!
    Thank you.

  • Feb 5th

    I will use this resource during speech and communication sessions.

  • Sep 8th

    I will help my students practice answering a question with a complete sentence by using these simple prompts.

  • Jul 26th

    very useful

  • Jun 20th

    Really good resources to try and get the kids to question things more! :) Thanks x

Question Prompt Cards

Question Prompt Cards - A set of helpful prompt cards, visually showing children how to ask questions.
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