Valentine's Day Speech Therapy | Valentine’s Day Speech and Language

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Valentine's Day Middle School Speech Therapy for Language

This Valentine’s Day Speech Therapy packet is perfect for the upper elementary and middle school speech therapy student targeting language skills! These Valentine’s Day worksheets are no prep and low ink.

Valentine’s Day Speech Therapy Worksheets Included:

(1) Valentine’s Day Spatial Relationships: this semantic relationships (word relationships) worksheet requires the student to look at the picture scene and select two correct answers to describe the location of objects.
(1) Valentine’s Day Time/ Sequence Relationships: this semantic relationships (word relationships) worksheet requires the student to read each story, then answer the questions that require interpretation of time and sequence vocabulary
(1) Valentine’s Day Describing: listing attributes to describe a cupcake
(1) Valentine’s Day Compare & Contrast: using a venn diagram, compare and contrast two Valentine’s Day themed words from the word bank
(1) Valentine’s Day Figurative Language: student explains what the underlined figurative language means
(1) Valentine’s Day Analogies: student answers True or False? analogy questions, then completes the analogies listed
(1) Valentine’s Day Homonyms: student circles the correct homonym in a written sentence, then uses the targeted homonyms in a sentence correctly
Valentine’s Day Negation: student answers simple negation questions, then answers more complex negation questions using a complete sentence containing target words suggested
(1) Valentine’s Day Past Tense: student edits sentences containing incorrect use of past tense verbs, then creates grammatically correct sentences using target words
Valentine’s Day Conjunctions: student connects sentence parts together using conjunctions, then finishes sentences containing conjunctions
(1) Valentine’s Day Comparatives and Superlatives: student fills in
each blank to complete the comparative or superlative sentence
(2) Valentine’s Day Following Directions: student follows complex directions containing a variety of embedded concepts. To target following spoken complex directions, cut along dotted line. To target following complex written directions, simply print worksheet
Valentine’s Day Comprehension: student reads Valentine’s Day story then answers comprehension questions
(1) Valentine’s Day Recalling Information: student recalls numbers, words, and sentences after listening to SLP/ teacher without changing meaning, content, or sentence structure
Valentine’s Day Story Elements- Cupid and Psyche: student reads story of Cupid and Psyche, then identifies the setting, characters, problem, and resolution. In addition, prompts for story retell are included on this worksheet.
(1) Valentine’s Day Comprehension- Cupid and Psyche: use along with Cupid and Psyche Story Elements worksheet. Student spins to answer comprehension questions related to story. This worksheet can be used to target listening comprehension by cutting below the dotted line.
(2) Valentine’s Day Describing- Cupid and Psyche: use along with Cupid and Psyche: Story Elements worksheet in order to describe either Cupid or Psyche. Student lists attributes.
(1) Valentine’s Day Social Skills: student reads each social story, then answers questions.

Don't forget to grab the St. Patrick's Day version!
St. Patrick's Day Speech Therapy {Interactive Language: Upper Elementary and Middle School Speech Therapy}

More upper elementary and middle school speech therapy resources:

Open-Ended Carryover Articulation {English History Theme}

Carryover Articulation [Founding Fathers/ American History Theme]

Open-Ended Carryover Articulation [Scottish History Theme]

Speech Therapy Challenge Bundle (following complex directions, auditory processing, receptive and expressive language]

Key Words: speech therapy, special education, Valentine's Day, middle school speech therapy, receptive language, expressive language

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