Please, Mr Panda by Steve Antony
Working on /l/ clusters- scroll down for more activities
Here are some fun and simple activities for practicing this sound:
1) Create crafts with falling leaves. A favorite one of mine involves making faces out of foliage (http://www.justinablakeney.com/facethefoliage/). Emphasize the /l/ sound when you say leaf. It is also an opportunity to talk about seasons and fall; again, you can emphasize the /l/ at the end of fall.
2) The classic games Lincoln Logs and Legos provide many chances to practice /l/. You can practice conversational /l/ by telling your child “look at my Legos” or that you “like their logs”!
3) Talk to your child about what you like for lunch and what you don’t like for lunch. You can make a list of similarities!