For The Love of Speech & Language: Valentine’s Categories & Associations

I know it’s not Valentine’s Day yet, but some SLP blogger friends and I want to give you a head start on your speech-language therapy activities for February.  After all, today is February 1st and Superbowl Sunday! Your brain may be thinking about all those commercials and game day snacks/beverages rather than planning lessons for this month! 

Well I am eager to use all the Valentine’s themed speech-language activities that I have.  Lyndsey at Speech to the Core and Elizabeth at The Speech Owl are hosting a blog hop where you can follow 28 speech-language pathologists to collect 28 different therapy activities! How awesome is that! I hope I have enough ink! Ha! Some may be used on your IPAD or computer too so no worries there. 

My newest SLP resource will be FREE from February 1st- February 4th in my TPT store. 

This resource is geared towards 2nd-5th graders who need practice with categories and word associations. Some of my language disorders students with co-occurring learning disabilities definitely still need practice with verbally naming items in a category and associated words. This activity will allow kids to practice Tier I or basic everyday vocabulary in a fun way related to Valentine’s Day. This product also has a few pages so that kids can write responses as well. I suggest having a stash of candy during your sessions for the love of speech and language! 🙂

Visit my TPT store to download my digital SLP resource & make sure to follow me there to stay current with updates:

The next SLP participating in this amazing blog hop is Susan Berkowitz from Kidz Learn Language. Click below to visit her blog and link to her complimentary Valentine’s therapy resource on sequencing. 

Thanks for reading the blog today! 

Tamara Anderson


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