Question Game: For this activity, you will need to provide your child with a list of possible “question words,” such as who, what, where, when, why, and how. On blank index cards write out simple problems that can be solved by obtaining more information (asking questions). An example card may be: Sarah lost her library book. What should she do? Your child would use their question list and ask some of the following questions: When did she realize it was lost? Where did she last see her book? What was she doing when she had her book? Was anyone with her? Has she looked for her book? Where did she look for it? By asking questions, such as the above listed, the student will be able to gain knowledge and assist in solving the problem.