Here are Some Sweet Valentine’s Day Therapy Materials

Candy HeartWhat better way is there to get your message across this Valentine’s Day than to put it on a “candy heart”? There is a cool website that allows you to enter your own word or message, pick the heart’s color, and save the result.

To make your own, go to

I’ve made some pages of “r” and “l” Valentine’s Day words on hearts for you to print.

L Valentine’s Day words on hearts

R Valentine’s Day words on hearts

Enjoy your week!

2 Responses to “Here are Some Sweet Valentine’s Day Therapy Materials”

  1. Denise M January 18, 2011 at 2:29 pm #

    I like the activity. I have 4 schools and I include my older students in the preparation of the activities for the younger ones.

  2. Katie January 20, 2012 at 9:28 pm #

    This is exactly the kind of therapy material I like. I believe students/clients should be practicing words they will actually come across in their environment, whether they be curriculum based or life/seasonally based. Carryover can happen faster and easier when they can say, “I learned about this in speech!” or “We practiced that in speech!” Thank you for producing a salient articulation therapy activity!

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