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Language Builders Valentine Activity Scene

Language Builders Valentine Activity Scene
Language Builders Valentine Activity Scene
Language Builders Valentine Activity Scene
Language Builders Valentine Activity Scene
Language Builders Valentine Activity Scene
Language Builders Valentine Activity Scene
Language Builders Valentine Activity Scene
Language Builders Valentine Activity Scene
Product Description
Receptive and Expressive Language galore with lots of engaging activities.

CREATE A SCENE
Materials: Valentine Background Scene & Cut-Outs
Lesson: Make up your own directions using the concepts
provided below. Have students take turns placing Cut-Outs in
a variety of places to create a scene.

VOCABULARY DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITY
Materials: Vocabulary Development Clue Cards and Cut-Outs
and/or Cariboo Vocabulary Cards
Lesson Option 1 … Spread a selection of the Cut-Outs on the
table, read aloud a Vocabulary Development Clue card, and
have students find and label the item described.
Lesson Option 2 … Read aloud a Vocabulary Development
Clue card and have the students name the described item
given no visual cue.
Lesson Option 3 … Read aloud a clue and have students find
the image on your Cariboo game board.

VALENTINE SCENE QUESTIONS
Materials: Valentine Scene and Valentine Scene Questions
Page
Lesson: Place the Valentine’s Day scene in view of all
students. Read aloud questions from the Valentine Scene
Questions page, allowing students to take turns answering.

SORT & SAY CATEGORIZATION
Materials: Sort & Say Mat, and Category Cut-Outs
Suggested Cut-Outs include:
VALENTINE SYMBOLS- heart, card, flowers, cupid
FOOD / DRINKS - coffee, soda, cupcake, chocolate
ANIMALS - dog, cat, frog, monkey
Lesson: Mix the Cut-Outs together in a container. Remove
Cut-Outs from the container one at a time and have
students take turns labeling the items then placing the images
in the correct box on the Sort & Say mat.

COMPARE & CONTRAST
Materials: Compare & Contrast page
Lesson: Place the Compare & Contrast page in view of the
students. Ask students to label the pictured items and state
one similarity and one difference between each pair of items.

VALENTINE’S DAY, SING-ALONG
Materials: The Valentine’s Day Sing-Along page, Sing-Along
Questions page, Valentine Scene.
Lesson: Place the Valentine Scene page in view of all
students. Sing one verse of the Sing-Along and choose
students to answer the questions about the verse. Continue
until all song verses have been completed.

CHOOSE IT! VOCABULARY & CONCEPTS, RESPONDING TO DIFFERENT COMMANDS
Materials: Full color Choose It! Vocabulary & Concepts page 1
and/or 2
Lesson: These worksheets are designed to teach students to
respond to a variety of location commands frequently given
during lessons, including ‘point’, ‘touch’, ‘show’, ‘find’, ‘where
is’, and ‘which’.
Place the worksheet in view of the student(s) and have
students take turns responding.

CHOOSE IT! VOCABULARY & CONCEPTS, RESPONDING TO “WHICH”
Materials: Blackline Choose It! Vocabulary & Concepts page 1
or 2
Lesson: These worksheets are designed to teach common
early vocabulary concepts. Provide each student a copy of the
worksheet(s). Read aloud the questions and have students
choose the correct picture responses. Students may circle or
color the correct image.

LET’S COUNT TO TEN
Materials: 1 full color, and / or individual blackline Let’s Count
to Ten Sing-Along page
Lesson: Sing the Ten Little….. song. Have students count the
items. Have the students tell what each
child is doing. If using the blackline pages, student may color
images as they count.

SEQUENCING
Materials: Choice of full color, or individual blackline, Valentine
Sequencing page
Lesson: Read aloud or have students read the sentences.
Students should number the sentences in the order
depicted by the images, then read the story using the provided
sentences or tell the story in their own words using the
illustrations.

SOCIAL LANGUAGE – MAKING CONNECTIONS
Materials: Social Language – Making Connections page
Lesson: Read aloud each social scenario and have students
offer possible responses to the scenarios described.

FORMULATING QUESTIONS
Materials: Who, What, Where, When, Why - Formulating
Questions cards
Lesson: Read aloud the scenario and the question formulation
cue from each card. Students should formulate questions
using the two pieces of information provided in the question
cue.

Prepare for your entire year with our LANGUAGE BUILDERS ACTIVITY SCENES BUNDLE. For additional details view this mega bundle with our quick link:

LANGUAGE BUILDERS ACTIVITY SCENES MEGA BUNDLE
Total Pages
12 color only, 5 BW only, 4 with both color and BW
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
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