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We LOVE Speech! A Valentine's Day Post

Rhyming Packet Craftivity!
Crazy Speech World's Love Bugs!
We've been rhyming, singing, and basically loving speech this week! It's all about the love! I've been using my rhyming packet  to rhyme away the day (rhyme alert!). You can read my post on this packet here if you're interested in the details about this awesome packet!

We also used Crazy Speech World's love bug craftivity to rhyme! I used her awesome template and wrote rhymes on the back of the bugs. The kiddos either had to match the rhymes to their bug, create rhymes, or use pictures to rhyme. It was fun!

My kinders created rhyming chains using a picture match! They either had to discriminate or match the rhyme based upon ability. I repurposed left over scraps from the love bugs to make them!

We "played" (aka tricked my kiddos into learning!) with the "Name That Rhyme, Valentine" board game from the rhyming packet a lot. I've been using candy hearts and game board markers - super motivating! My kiddos are having a ton of fun with this, and it was super simple to make!

Scroll down and check out our lovely pictures from this week so far! OH, and if you're bunkering down for the snowstorm - be safe, be warm, and enjoy :)
Name That Rhyme Game!
Rhyming Chains!

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