The first book of the year that I like to read is Chicka Chicka Boom Boom.
The kids picked out their sounds and placed them on the appropriate leaf.
Each leaf has a stage of obtaining an articulation goals. Can they get the sound in isolation, in words, in phrases, in sentences and/or in conversation.
My younger kids made these take-home craft projects to help themselves and parents remember what their goals are this year.
"Chicka Chicka Boom Boom _______ is working on these sounds in the speech room."
Even my kids working on language got in on the fun of Chicka Chicka Boom Boom.
They listened and gave each other directions on where to put each letter. "Put the "O" next to the "G"." Lots of work on spatial concepts and putting complete sentences together so a peer can follow the directions they give. One child told me my coconut tree looked funny. I never claimed I was the best artist. :)
Talk with your child about what sounds they are working on. When you're out and about find words that start with their sound.
Feel free to shoot me an email telling me if your child said all their sounds right during an activity or practice. I make a big deal about it and their speech friends give them a little pat on the back.