1. Sound scavenger hunt for going on a sound walk (e.g., Did you hear a dog?)
2. More scavenger hunts!!!! at least another twenty.
3. Printable language ideas for play--trucks and car play, washing machine game, bath games, etc.
4. Cook together. Here is a website link to "Your Special Chef" that allows you to download visual recipes for free. Think visual steps for making peanut butter and jelly or cheese quesedillas. Here are a few more links: Speaking of Speech Visual Recipes, Cookie Trail Mix recipe and follow up activities (created by a teacher and being sold on Teachers Pay Teachers website for $2), and Preschool website with both food and playdough visual recipes.
5. Play games that build logic. Logic games don't require much language but they do tap into nonverbal cognitive skills. Think problem solving without the use of words. Examples would include tangrams, patterns with beads or blocks, etc. Here is another logic building toy, Imaginets and someone's post on how she used them with her kids.
6. Move to Learn--great blog post with at lest 25 ideas for simple play that incorporate movement. Also here is an additional post about teaching spatial concepts (in, on, under, etc.) using movement.
7. Play some more! Remember play is a child's work. Sometimes it is hard to think about new ways to play with toys or how to use toys to build language skills. Well pull up a chair and check out all these videos created by an SLP Laura Mize who will teach you lots of strategies and tricks of the trade.
8. Go to the grocery store but make it a learning opportunity. Here is a great resource for teaching language skills while doing a task we all need to do anyway. Some families say going to the grocery store with kids is a no-no. I remember those days myself. Don't use the free printables for the "real" grocery store. Instead, create a grocery store at home.
9. Sing!! Here is a link to common children's songs (in case you have forgotten the words) and pictures you can print out so your little one can choose which song he/she wants to hear.
10. Talk...can't get much simpler than that. Here is an article and video that explains the two best ways to talk and teach your child language....self-talk and parallel talk.
Most of all have fun. When you have fun your kids have fun!