Every therapist and teacher wants carryover and hopes for families work at home on the skills their child has been working on at school. Sometimes we send home worksheets knowing there is maybe a one in a million chance it will be completed or send home a packet for summer break just hoping it makes its way out of the backpack before fall.
This is a list of activities I sent home with a student's report. Obviously the details are tailored to him and his interests (e.g. basketball). This student (name changed to S* for privacy... probably unnecessarily) was an 8th grader with receptive/ expressive language disorder and was broadly impacted across all areas of communication.
This list could be individualized just a little bit and sent home with wide variety of students with language learning disabilities or even typically developing students. For easier customization, it is uploaded as a word document.
The activities can be engaging for the student and as well as the family, increasing the likelihood of compliance.