This educational app from Super Duper Publications helps children learn how to correctly ask and answer WHO-WHAT-WHEN-WHERE-WHY questions with four entertaining learning games for each WH set of cards.
Learn about this app with the FREE "WHO" deck, included. You can purchase the WHAT, WHEN, WHERE, and WHY card decks separately through in-app purchases.
(Educators who are not able to make in-app purchases through their school districts can purchase the WH Question Cards - Pro version and receive all five WH decks.)
"WHO flies an airplane? ...a pilot"
"WHAT does a cow give us? ...milk"
"WHEN do you sleep? ...at night"
"WHERE does a bird lay eggs? ...in a nest"
"WHY do you water a plant? ...so it will grow"
GAMES + ACTIVITIES:
•Super Duper Secret Decoder – Students listen to the question and answer choices, select answers, and then slide the Secret Decoder over their choices to reveal the correct responses.
•Multiple Choice – This game has two ways to play. “Answer” game asks students questions, and players choose answers. The “Ask” game gives the student an answer, and the player chooses the best question to go with it.
•Matching – Each student chooses a red question card and a blue answer card. If the answer matches the question, the player taps “Match.” If it doesn’t, the player taps “No Match.”
•Drag ‘n Match – Students read the prompts, or tap the cards and listen to the prompts. Players then drag cards on top of the matching questions/answers to make matches.
•Up to 280 colorful, illustrated picture card images (56 for each WH set)
•Includes audio of all questions and answers for non-readers
•Has text of each question and answer for early readers
•Select any or all card decks for game play
•Allows game play by an unlimited number of students
•Has ability to manually or automatically advance to the next card and/or player
•Option to have answers read back to players
•Includes all card picture images from Super Duper’s Ask & Answer WHO-WHAT-WHEN-WHERE-WHY Fun Decks
DATA TRACKING lets educators and parents:
•Manually or automatically score student responses
•Keep track of data for all players
•Receive feedback for each correct and incorrect response
•View player results for all the sessions at any time
•Examine student progress over time using graphs
•Email, print, and share session results
* Resolves an issue that prevents deleting players
Ratings and Reviews
No Spanish option?
"Who" Questions are Super Duper!
FREE "Who" question app from Super Duper. Where, What and When are $1.99. Choose from different levels of play. Suggestion - mark the levels. I had to go through each activity to find an appropriate level for younger children. The drag and match activity - click on a voice activated picture, e.g. "Who helps people when sick" and tap on 1 of 4 pics below, e.g. response is "a doctor." For younger children, there is also a matching picture game which is much more difficult - child has to remember the question and then click on 1 of 4 squares to find the right answer. Then child answers the question, "Do they match?" The final 2 games require reading skills - very nice for the beginning reader. First reading activity uses the "decoder" Picture is on the left, e.g. "Who flies an airplane." On the right are 3 choices. When the correct answer is chosen the decoder appears and child can flash the light on the answer - very cute! Second reading activity is a multiple choice game in which child can either answer the question or ask a question. Picture is on the left and 3 answers are on the right. Super Duper has improved interactive components. I like it! Would like to see Levels noted on activity, eg. easy, difficult . Directions are clear and you can select the questions and number of pictures.
Ricki, MS,CCC-SLP - preschoolspeechsource
As an elementary school teacher, I have frequently used this app with 1st and 2nd grade students. I use this app in the "decoder" game mode to give my students practice in reading (and/or listening) to answer questions and think critically. The app shows a colorful illustration, poses a wh question and offers answer choices. I like how there is usually a plausible but incorrect answer choice that makes the students pay close attention to the structure of the question. I encourage students who might be able to read the question to do so before they touch the screen to have the question and answer choices read to them. But it is nice that there is the option to have the question answers read by the app so that students who are not yet readers can practice listening comprehension. The app provides immediate feedback for a student's correct or incorrect answer choice so students can use the app independently. I also like that the app keeps score of multiple students for assessment purposes.
- Super Duper, Inc.
- 253.6 MB
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPad.
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © Super Duper Inc.
- In-App Purchases
- What? $2.99
- Where? $2.99
- Why? $2.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.