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While our free, printable question words worksheets are la dolce vita for children who are incredibly curious and can't seem to get enough information, they are the bread and butter for students who are hoping to learn question words, or WH words, from scratch. In order for children to participate in discussions, demonstrate their knowledge of everyday topics, and gather information about the world around them, they must be taught to ask questions, hence question words. Our question words worksheet pdfs include resources on what, who, where, why, when, how and more.

Our free question words worksheets are appropriate for kindergarten, grade 1, and grade 2.

CCSS: L.K.1.D

Completing Questions with Who or Whom

Although "whom" is on the wane and "who" is increasingly used in all places where "whom" was traditionally used, it would be great if teachers gave children a little practice on "whom". So let kids complete these sentences using "who" or "whom".

Completing Questions with Who or Whom

Completing Questions Based on Answers Given

Part an expression of children's natural curiosity and part evidence that they're maturing into all-round citizens, questions can distinguish learners when properly asked. Read the answers; use question words to complete the sentences.

Completing Questions Based on Answers Given

Fill in the Blanks with Who or What

Kindergarten children follow a developmental pattern that is mostly, if not always, predictable while they process and answer "WH" questions. This is especially evident in "who" and "what", as shown in this printable fill in the blanks with question words worksheet.

Fill in the Blanks with Who or What

Practicing Question Words | Where, Why, and When

A mash-up of "where", inquiring about a place, "why", asking about a reason, and "when", seeking information about a time, all wrapped up into an exercise, this completing sentences with question words pdf brings the three question words into the orbit of 1st grade and 2nd grade learners.

Practicing Question Words | Where, Why, and When

Making Questions from Jumbles of Words

Rise above your forming-questions difficulties by solving these question jumbles! Rummage through the jumbles of words, rearrange the words correctly, and form meaningful questions with "whose", "what", "where", and more.

Making Questions from Jumbles of Words

Question Words What and Which | Cut and Glue

Although the question word "what" can replace "which" in several instances, they are not always so. When there's the preposition "of", we must use "which". Direct grade 1 and grade 2 children to complete this cut-and-glue activity.

Question Words What and Which | Cut and Glue

Matching Question Words to Make Complete Questions

What time is it? Questions like these are a commonplace occurrence in life, and children need to drum such questions into their heads. This section of our printable question words worksheets is matching question words to make meaningful questions.

Matching Question Words to Make Complete Questions