For reinforcement and movement, I happen to have a mini basketball hoop on my door (similar to this one).
Suggested ways I use the hoop in my speech room:
Allow a set number of minutes following skill and drill practice-I set a timer for 2 minutes, work with one student for articulation drill and allow others to take turns shooting hoops. Then switch students.
For younger students, I stand at the front of the line and do 5 quick drills and then allow a shot, move to the end of the line, repeat process!
For students working on language tasks, I usually do the lesson and then allow 3-5 minutes of a continuous line of shooting for students in the group.
Here is a free app that will allow for 45 seconds of basketball fun should you not have a speech room or to accommodate some push-in or quick hallway drills! My boys love this app!
It's also a short and extremely busy week for me. The light at the end of the tunnel is spring break! Happy hooping it up in speech therapy to you!