Printable Articulation Valentines

Grade Levels
K - 3rd
Formats Included
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30 usable pages
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Valentine’s Day is a great opportunity to work on language skills using valentine cards! Valentine cards can be used when targeting figurative language, vocabulary, homonyms, homophones, etc. This articulation resource was created for use with mixed groups of language and articulation.

Speech-Language Valentines
The packet consists of fun/cheesy valentine greeting cards for children to color, cut, and trade. There are two cards of each design per page. Phonemes are used in initial, medial, and final positions of words in sentences. Students practice saying the valentine greeting a designated number of times before cutting the cards out and giving them to friends, family, or building staff members.

Note: Some of the words and phrases used on the cards are meant to be challenging for your students such as: “as good as gold” for initial /g/. Cursive is used for aesthetic appeal.

Included in this print-and-go valentine pack:
F Sound: Pages 3-5
V Sound: Page 6
K Sound: Pages 7-9
G Sound: Pages 10-12
S Sound: Pages 13-15
Z Sound: Page 16
S-Blends: Page 17
L-Blends: Page 18
L Sound: Pages 19-21
Vocalic R: Page 22
Initial R: Page 23
R-Blends: Page 24
TH Sound: Page 25
CH Sound: Pages 26-28
SH Sound: Pages 29-31
J Sound: Page 32

Additional Resources
February Articulation Puzzles
King and Queen of Heart Crowns
Cupcake Playdough Mats

Total Pages
30 usable pages
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