At around 24-30 months of age, typically developing children start to understand “who” questions. But some don’t, including some children with language and other learning disorders, and people who are learning English as an additional language.
This 33-page no-prep resource is designed to help children understand and use simple “who” questions in context. Including people working in common occupations, and some well-known fairy tale characters. This resource is designed to highlight the meaning of “who” in short sentences.