Save time and energy with these fun valentines day themed language activities. Multiple language targets covered. Click for more info.
Valentine's Day Articulation Activities ALL SOUNDS
Easy print-n-go arctic resource. Valentine's Day articulation activities for all sounds in all positions. Click for more info.
Valentine's Day Articulation Freebie! This blog post reviews this fun Be Swine theme! This is great for February speech therapy! There are also open-ended pages so that you can use this resource with mixed groups. Language students can work on a variety of skills such as vocabulary and grammar! Students will love this fun reinforcement activity!
Valentine's Day Language Activities Pack for Speech Therapy and EAL/ESL/EFL
This Valentine's Day Themed Language Activities pack contains various no prep activities covering a range of language goals, including synonyms, antonyms, homonyms, pronouns, prepositions, categories, wh-questions and more!
Happy Valentine's Day, Mouse by Laura Numeroff is a wonderful book to use for February speech-language therapy! This blog post explains how you can use this book to address comprehension, WH Questions, inferencing, sequencing, and more! It also features a fun and easy Valentine's Day kid craft! #valentinesday #speechtherapy #crafts
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Free Valentine's Day Matching Game
This free Valentine's Day matching game is perfect for all ages! It's colorful, bright, and super fun to play! Play it at class parties, play-dates, or at home. Even better, it comes with a matching gift box for storage-it's the perfect and inexpensive gift for families everywhere! www.TeepeeGirl.com
Your speech therapy students will love these free Valentine's Day dot pages! These are open ended so they can be used with your entire caseload - articulation, fluency (stuttering), and language students! Students can dab the circles with a bingo dauber after they practice their target words! Language students can write synonyms, categories, antonyms, and more inside each dot! These are great reinforcement activities!