Print out, laminate, and you've got a resource that you can use for many activities!
Frogs can be used to hop onto lily pads. The document provided does not have any word or picture stimuli on the lily pads. If you want to create lily pads to serve as permanent stimuli (say, a target sound), write the target sound on the lily pad before laminating. If you want to keep the lily pads open for anything, laminate them, and use a dry erase marker to write down the desired targets.
Take turns making your frogs hop... write your articulation targets on the lily pads and say each sound __ times when you land on it... write a location concept on the lily pad (ex., under) and have your student place the frog under something.
This could even be used for math. Your frog lands on a lily pad, the student's lands on another... if we add them up, what do we get?