Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Valentine Animals---Free Printable Interactive Book

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I love Valentine's Day in school, even if I personally don't make a big deal over it at home. For language therapy purposes, the day lends itself to communication, and creative materials can be used to have fun and learn.

Here's a book ("The Valentine Animals") I made using 'Photos for Class' (public domain), 'Pixabay' (public domain), and Smarty Symbols (I have and paid for a professional license).  The theme is animals, and each page has a simple repetitive sentence.
Pictures are cute, and the kids can match icons to photos.  I put some comments in there, because not all the animals look particularly happy about posing!  I'd like to know what that pony thinks! Read the book to see the pony, ha ha.

   There is a sentence frame at the end.  Use it for all pages but the last.

I think that both the kids and adults will enjoy the pictures.    You can laminate it (or not), cut out the pictures and have the kids match and read.


On a personal note, my husband and I are getting ready for a Cuban vacation. 
We can't wait!    Any words of advice?  I love retirement!

1 comment:

  1. I just want to say THANK YOU so much for sharing your awesome activities! I have visited your web page for years and you are so generous and creative.


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