Language and open-ended Valentine activities for following directions, word associations, pragmatics, multi-meaning words, Valentine WH questions, and more!
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Word Associations/Opposite Heart Puzzles
(30 broken heart word pairs)
(24 cards with board game)
Valentine Transportation Bingo
Valentine Bugs Multiple Meaning Words
(40 cards and board game)
Good Robot or Faulty Robot? - Pragmatic Judgment
(40 cards + 8 blank cards)
Students pull cards. Students read the scenario and determine if the robot needs reprogramming (bad robot) or not (good robot)! Students then place each card in the appropriate pile. The student gets the number of points indicated in the upper left hand corner. There are low battery cards that cause students to lose one turn and heart cards that cause students to gain an extra turn. The student with the most points at the end of the game wins!
Tons of Love – Perspective Taking
(12 cards + 6 blank cards + reinforcement)
Students pull cards. Students read the scenario and determine how people would feel in the situation. After each thoughtful response, the child feeds an elephant a peanut. The child can feed the elephant an extra peanut for providing a solution to the problem or explaining what the person should have said/done. I suggest printing 2 pages of the peanuts
Valentine WH Question Cards
(36 Valentine-themed WH questions. Who, What, Where, When, Why, and How)
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