Dr. Lynn Williams suggested that one of the four tenets of treatment should include the provision of “opportunities to practice the new target(s) in naturalistic play activities.” Similarly, Hoffman and Norris (2005) suggested that children “produce words in a range of simple to complex contexts.” As motor learning stipulates, children need to practice sound production during connected interactions because these are the contexts in which they will use their new skills. Such practice should mirror that of fluency treatment in that children use sounds in multiple, meaningful contexts. This document describes activities that yield such opportunities for practice.