February is the perfect time to get creative with activities that help celebrate Valentine’s Day while supporting your child’s therapy goals. Written and verbal expressions of love will help build language, while signing, “I” “love” “you” is also an effortless way to communicate your feelings this month. Instead of buying Valentine’s this year for your child’s class party, consider making them so you have an opportunity to practice sequencing, following directions, and turn-taking. You’ll also strengthen hand-eye coordination in your child with all that cutting and glueing. Use your imagination, have fun with it, and look to our blog for additional at-home therapy tips to celebrate Valentine’s Day!