Here is a game you can set up while you are practicing your child’s goals. For example, if they say their sound correctly, they get a turn to make it in the bowl for points. If they say a complete, grammatically correct sentence, they take a turn, etc. Whoever has the most points, wins! You could use this game with almost any goal to motivate your child to practice.
Pam Marshalla shares how she cues her students to make all the vowels and consonants. When your child has a hard time putting a certain sound into a word, these cues can be helpful to remind the child what to do with their mouth, tongue, lips, or jaw.
This website offers current events articles that are available at different reading levels. These reading passages could be used for articulation and fluency practice. Students can also practice self-monitoring their articulation when reading. You could also use the articles to practice answering questions and retelling stories in the correct sequence or with correct grammar!