February Activities and Calendar

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2024 February Activity Round-Up

Happy Winter! Snuggle up with new February themed activities from the teletherapy experts at E-Therapy! Be sure to check out the What I Love About Myself Bitmoji Scene to help support your students’ social emotional learning and communication goals. Grab your free activities today!

What I Love About Myself Bitmoji Scene

The What I Love About Myself Bitmoji Scene is a fun to use resource themed around promoting discussion about self acceptance. The scene includes video book links for topics related to self-love that are great for discussion and practicing listening comprehension strategies such as questioning and making inferences. Get your free copy HERE!

Valentine Friends Trace the Path

Line Tracing Activity for Google Slides

Practice visual perceptual, articulation, and expressive language skills while tracing a path between piggie cupid and cute valentine animal friends! Download the activity as a PDF and open in Adobe Reader and use the marking tools to trace the path or download slides as image files and upload into a Canva whiteboard and use the whiteboard tools to trace. Get your free copy HERE! If you need a printable version, check out the Valentine Friends Trace the Path Printable below


Valentine Friends Trace the Path Printable

Open the Valentine Friends Printable activity in Google Slides, then download it as a PDF to use for in-person sessions or to send home for additional practice. This printable activity can be easily used to support articulation, language, and speech therapy goals. Get your free copy HERE!

The Montgomery Bus Boycott of 1955

Timeline and word search activities

These printable activities are geared toward Middle School and High School students and can be used effectively in groups with a variety of communication and literacy goals. Get your free copy HERE!

Mail Your Valentine!

Game Board for Google Slides

Use this Valentine’s Day themed open-ended game to practice a variety of goals that are geared toward lower elementary students. Movable heart game pieces are included in this Google Slide file. Use the tricks of hiding the slide ribbon and using full screen view to remove distractions during game play. Directions for using these tips are included in the activity file. Get your free copy HERE!

Be My Valentine Memory Match

Interactive Game for PowerPoint

This open-ended interactive game is great for reinforcing speech and language skills as well as other therapeutic goals. You must have PowerPoint to use this activity. Open the Google Slides file then download the activity as a PowerPoint file. The game will NOT work in Google Slides. Get your free copy HERE!


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Derek Vogel is a highly experienced and results-driven leader, currently serving as the Chief Executive Officer of E-Therapy. With over 15 years of experience in executive leadership, he has a proven track record of driving business growth and success. He is skilled in business development, organizational strategy, and employee engagement and has a reputation for designing effective strategies that have consistently yielded significant increases in revenue and cost savings. He has successfully managed businesses ranging from $10M to $100M+ in annual revenue, and has experience in leading organizations through post-acquisition integration processes. Prior to joining E-Therapy, Derek was the President of AMN Healthcare’s Education Healthcare Staffing business, where he provided on-site and virtual solutions for students in need of therapy services. He is known for mentoring and developing his team members and inspiring a sense of pride and ownership in the collective success of the organization.