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My DS is a bit older and more verbal, so these might not all work for you. Also, many of DS's words come on squares with pictures, so I'll as his ST for 2 copies and we make them into a concentration game.
Though this is a reading game for older kids, Phonics Pathways has a game called the "Train Game" You would put one picture on the left, another to the right, and then you "chug them together"
"mmm-mmmm-mmmmm" while moving the M picture towards the center, then
"ooo-ooo-ooo" while moving the "oo" picture towards the center. Then when you "couple" the two together, you say "moo"
For rote sound work, his ST often uses matnetic or colorforms picture scenes--after he says a few sounds, he gets some pieces to put on. DS once came up with a sticker game where he got to pick out a sticker for each group of sounds and then he made a picture with them afterwards. Foamie theme packs have the same use.
Any board game can be done with each player saying a word before their turn, or doing a sound for each space they move (based on their roll)
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