In my professional experience, one of the best ways for children to practice asking specific "Wh" questions is to play a guessing game. During this time the student narrows down the possible answer choices by asking questions about the person, place, or item you have in mind. Perfect examples of these types of games include "20 questions", "Who Am I?", or "Guess Who?" During these games children need to ask really specific questions in order to figure out the final answer. Certain questions can range from "Does your person wear green glasses?", "Are you a type of transportation?", to "Where do you live?" You can modify the lesson by providing question sentence starters on flashcards or providing a box of answer choices, while gradually fading out these various prompts over time. By turning this language exercise into a fun game, it not only makes learning more motivating, but also makes it easier for a student to recall these types of question formats later. It's time to start being a great detective by investigating through the art of questioning!!!