At the start of the class, bring a box. In that box, you can put any object inside, but your students can’t actually see what’s inside. Students investigate the contents by asking yes or no questions.
The student who can figure out what is in the bag wins. As a prize, they can get that item in the bag or something completely different.
With all these questions activities, here’s hoping that your students are finally mastering the art of asking questions.
PRO TIP: Put your students’ homework in the bag.
What’s in the Box? Example Questions
- Is it food?
- Does it smell good?
- Is it foreign?
- Can you buy it at a supermarket?
- Can you write with it?
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