Feed the turkey various Thanksgiving foods to make sure he is plump enough for the holiday season! This resource can easily be adapted to speech goals, language goals, etc.
This can be used as an articulation or language game in itself. For example, take the turkey, laminate him, and tape him to a box (making sure to cut out the space near the beak). Laminate all other pieces of the activity (the foods) and cut them out individually. You can write target words on the pieces of food themselves with a dry erase marker or make lists of target words for the session and present them to participants (I personally have large handwriting, so I prefer the latter). For articulation, have students produce the target sounds at word level, phrase level, or sentence level. For language, have students make up sentences with the target words, have them work on describing, use it as a conversational topic, etc. This activity can be modified for many needs, you just have to be creative! When students are finished practicing each target, have them feed the turkey!
This can also be used for reinforcement purposes in conjunction with articulation cards, a board game, practice worksheets, etc.