Are you on the lookout for fun and easy speech therapy activities for Valentine's Day?
These fun and easy games, songs, and resources will have your preschool and kindergarten students engaged in learning during your speech and language therapy sessions. Use these free speech therapy activity ideas to celebrate Valentine's Day to target speech sounds, receptive language, wh-questions, expressive language and more!
Youtube has a tonne of fun and engaging Valentine's Day songs for preschool and early elementary students! Songs are a great way to incorporate movement and fun into your speech therapy session. Some of my favorite songs are If you Love me and You Know it (great for verbs) and 5 Little Valentine Hearts (great repetitive lyrics).
One of the ways I save money on books is using YouTube Read Aloud. This lets me try out the book before I buy it! Some of my favorite YouTube Read Alongs are Pete the Cat: Valentine's Day is Cool!, Olivia and the Perfect Valentine, and The Night Before Valentine's Day. You can pair theme with these Valentine's Day Visuals to help your students with Comprehension and Retell.
Make Valentine's Day Cards: This is such a fun and easy craft. You can make it as open ended or structured as you wish. Grab some glue, tape, stickers, construction paper, and glitter (if you're brave), and get crafting!
Valentine's Day Party: Have a party with stuffs and dolls. You can mail your Valentine's to your friends. This its great for pronouns, possessive 's, turn taking, verb tenses, and social skills.
Valentine's Day Sensory Bin: I have a Sensory Bin for every season and holiday and they're all included in my Sensory Bins for Speech Therapy Product! I love to use heart erasers, shredded pink paper, artificial rose petals, and plastic gems in my Valentine's Sensory Bin.