Valentine Round-Up! {Activities for Every Level!}

I’m sharing the love this week with a round-up of Valentine activities from my blog and TpT store that span across every age and grade level from pre-K to high school!   Some are FREE, others are food-themed and all are fabulous ways to address so many speech and language goals this week.  So let’s get to the heart of the matter and check out all the activities I have to offer.  Lots of great ideas are just a heart beat (and mouse click) away.  Wishing you a great Valentine’s Week, from the bottom of my heart!  

1. Don’t Steal My Heart! {and other ways to use Valentine candy hearts in therapy} 

This activity is ideal for the pre-k and elementary crowd.  See how I combined fun and functional by using conversation heart candies to reinforce our target sounds in therapy.

prek val activity

 

2.  Sweet Hearts for your sweethearts—and FREEBIE ideas to win their hearts!

A sweet treat simple enough to create at school or make at home and share with your special Valentines.

choc covered hearts

 

One of the most popular topics with the younger kiddos  is superheroes and princesses, which is the inspiration for this Valentine game.

val activity 1

 

3.  My heart “beets” for you!  A fun way to address homophones, following directions and sequencing skills!  

This activity is great for your younger and older students alike….
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and the accompanying homophones activity I Heart Homophones was created for the middle/high school crowd!
beets preveiw

 

4.  An idioms activity for your “big kids.” Roses are Red Violets are Blue.  Created for your high schoolers and the perfect way to broach the topic of dating!  I guarantee you’ll have their full attention for this one.

roses are red
5. A FREEBIE adaptable for all ages—teach the importance of kindness and using descriptions with this activity!

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6.  Valentine Barrier Game–for the elementary level:  “Your Heart is in the Right Place”

barrier game

 

7.  For older students:   Speech Is Like a Box of Chocolates—-addresses multiple language goals AND includes a craftivity for creating your own chocolate box!!

box of choc

 

8.  And finally, February is American Heart Month.  I had to include this new item—also made for your older students.  A great way to address nutrition and  fitness while teaching language goals:  The Healthy Heart and Language Mart

heart health cover

 

And that’s the round-up!!  With so many activities to share,  I must really love the month of February!  Hope you find something you love here too!  I’d love to hear what you used this month in your speech and language sessions!!

 

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