It’s time for Cupid to make his appearance in the speech office! I’ve made some new goodies for my little speech buddies so I wanted to give you some ideas about what we’re doing!
First up: Heart Puzzles. I love these because they are self-checking. They are easy for little hands to control.
The go-togethers are a great receptive language skill to target.
As my students progress, we work on naming the relationship expressively too.
Our teachers use a lot of table-top activities that can be done independently and I plan to leave this in the classroom after we do it in speech.
There at 36 heart puzzles that feature different associations. Perfect for kiddos who are just ready to start moving past the simple naming stage of vocabulary. You can find them in my TpT shop.
Now for my favorite Spin and Speak set! Love bugs!
The other new item is a new set of Spin and Speak worksheets. Spin and Speak Love Bugs is an easy black and white set of worksheets for your articulation/phonology students.
They are the perfect no-prep activity that doubles as fun homework!
If you’re looking for other Valentine’s Day activities I have a lot of ideas!
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