Melissa and Doug Reusable Sticker Pads. You'd be hard pressed to find a 3 or 4 year old that doesn't love playing with stickers. I have a few different sets of these sticker pads, and while the trains and diggers in the vehicle set are really popular with my kiddos I'm really loving the play-house set. The play-house reusable sticker pad has 5 different scenes; a play-ground, kitchen, bathroom, living room and a bedroom with matching reusable plastic stickers. These scenes are all great for learning basic household vocabulary and working on pronouns and verbs. When working with groups of children who have speech delays I typically have the kiddos take turns choosing the sticker they want. We then describe what the sticker is doing in the scene. (ex. "It's my turn","I want the girl", "She is cooking eggs on the stove"). You can get great language targeting all sorts of goals including: requesting, turn taking, length of the utterance, pronouns, adjectives, basic vocab and more all while kids are having fun!
Another plus for this play set over a traditional doll house is portability. You can just stick these sticker pads in a bag and go, perfect for a traveling therapist or parent on the go. The sticker sets are totally affordable at under $5 a pop. With those prices you can afford to buy two sets for a barrier game to target higher level expressive and receptive language skills, such as describing and following directions. If you're not sure what a barrier game is follow the link to a Super Duper Publication's Handy Handout for more info.