At first, I tried asking a variety of WH questions with our visual out in front of us. When asking these questions, I referred to some picture cards of people engaging in different activities (as seen below). This went pretty well. But then, I took the visual away and I realized my kids were having a hard time discriminating between question types.
We played the "Who" and "Where" card games from Sasha Hallagan.
We also completed these great worksheets from Letha Anderson .
We did some read-alouds, and worked on answering "who" and "where" questions every couple pages. We also used our visual to answer "when" and "what" questions about the story. Here is a link to this "WH" worksheet FREEBIE!
We did "who" and "where" timings in a notebook. Students had 2 minute to come up with as many "who" or "where" answers.
Also, since it is the beginning of the year, we did a lesson on the different types of drills we do during the school year (tornado, fire, and lockdown). We discussed "where" we need to go for each drill and "who" comes to the school. We then filled out this cute graphic organizer (I cannot remember where I found this or who the creator is! If you know, please let me know so I can give them credit!! Thanks!!).
Last, but not least, we took a "Who" and "Where" quiz. I created 2 versions of this for my group. The kids did so well...I was super proud!