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Calling all Speech-Language Pathologists or parents looking for v words to practice with your child or student. This blog is just what you need! It has over 340 words making your v words speech therapy articulation practice that much easier. 

V Words Speech Therapy

As a speech therapist, I was always on the lookout for articulation lists that I could use in my speech therapy sessions. That’s why I’m on a mission to bring to you an articulation list of all our students’ speech sounds. 


Correct Production

Let’s review how to make the correct sound production of the v sound in the English language. 

  • Teeth: The /v/ sound is made by placing your upper teeth on top of your bottom lip.
  • Lip Position: Again the v sound is made by placing the lower lip under the top teeth.
  • Voice: This sound is a voice sound. The sound is made from the vocal cords vibrating. 

You can tell that you’re vibrating your vocal folds by placing your hand on your larynx (where an adam apple is located) and feel for a vibration. This is the only difference between the v and f sound. 

Placement Visual: If you need a visual for placement be sure to check out the Speech Sound Visual Posters by A Perfect Blend. 
Visual Feedback: Using a mirror can also provide your child or student with a great visual feedback.


Years of Age

The v sound is a later developing sound. Children will master the v sound by the age of 5-6 years old according to the GFTA-2 Standardized sample. 

If you believe your child might have an articulation disorder then you’ll want to seek out a Speech Language Pathologist to see if your child would qualify for a speech therapy session and for the speech therapist to provide you with a therapy road map for your child.


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Target Words

Here’s a list of v articulation therapy sounds for you to use in therapy or at home practice to work on your student or child’s new sound.

  • For Example: van, vet, vroom, visit, vacuum, vanilla, November, beaver, avocado, shovel, lava, oval, glove, dive, wave, beehive, five

See full list of words, phrases, and sentences below.

Be sure to grab my one page freebie of v sounds in the initial medial final word positions below. Plus it comes with real-life little pictures. Simply scroll to the bottom of this post and grab your free copy!

Word Positions: V Words Speech Therapy 

Initial Position of Words

The initial position of the v sound is at the beginning of a word. For example, “vote” or “vent”.

Medial Position of Words

Some words have the v sound in the medial position of a word, such as “deliver”, “over”, and “adventure”.

Final Positions of Words

The final positions of words are when the target sound is at the end of a word. For example, “give” or “olive”.


Minimal Pairs

A great way to work on sound production is through minimal pairs.

A minimal pair is two words that differ by only one phoneme, in this case, the /v/ sound.

For example, “vase” and “face”.

When you pronounce these words side by side, it’s easy to hear the difference in the initial sound.

Having a list of initial v minimal pairs is a great way to work on correct production, especially for your students working on their phonological processes!

Phonological Process of Stopping

Do you have students who struggle to pronounce certain sounds by making substitutions? 

The stopping phonological process is when a child produces a stop consonant /p, b, t, d, k, or g/ in place of a fricative /f, v, th, s, z, sh, ch/ or an affricate sound /j/.

If you answered yes, then you’ll want to make sure to grab my minimal pairs worksheets for stopping initial /f/ vs initial /p/ set.


V Words at the Single Words Level

Some ways to practice include having your child or student say each v word one by one as they go through a list. 

Using a dot marker can also be a fun way to practice having your child put a dot under each v sound. 

In addition, I’ve compiled an easy-to-download one page overview of v sounds below. Simply scroll down to the bottom of this post and download your free copy.

  • 1 Syllable: voice, vine, van, vet, vein, view, veil, vote, vest, vice, vibe, vale, vent, verb, vale, verse, vile, voyage, vain, vow, vole, void, vault, vroom, volt, vague, veer, veal, vogue
  • 2 Syllable: vegan, Venus, value, vile, video, villain, vision, valve, volume, village, virus, valley, very, Versace, visa, vampire, vacuum, voting, vintage, Venice, vaccine, village, vacate, vital, version, victor, vessel, veto, virtue, Viking, voices, vowel, voltage, vapor, volley, vengeance, venture, vulture, voyager, viper, vacant, venue, victim, vertex, veiling, vocal, velvet, vineyard, vicious, varnish, vivid, vomit, venom, Vermont, vibrant, vermin, valor, vicious, vastness, vary, vinyl, viral, visit, veggie, verdict
  • 3 Syllable: violence, vanilla, volleyball, Vanessa, volcano, violet, victory, violin, vacation, viola, vitamin, veteran, violent, Vancouver, vanity, valiant, volunteer, varsity, vehicle, vinegar, valentine, vibration, virtual, vacancy, visual, vocation, vomiting, visible, veranda, Vietnam, varying, violation, venison, vividly, vocalist, vanishing, visiting
  • 4 Syllable: Virginia, Victoria, vegetable, variable, veronica, variation, victorious, vandalism, velocity, vulnerable, ventilation, vaccination, vitality, vegetation, valuable, visitation
  • 5 Syllable: velociraptor, vocabulary, vegetarian
  • 6 Syllable: voluminosity, veterinarian

Initial V Words Flash Cards

Initial V Words

initial v voice
initial v vague
initial v Vale
initial v vault
initial v van
initial v vegan
initial v very
initial v vein
initial v vice
initial v valve
initial v vest
initial v vet
initial v vole
initial v vase
initial v vibe
initial v Venus
initial v veil
initial v vine
initial v vision
initial v village
initial v valley
initial v vow
initial v vote
initial v view
initial v voyage
initial v voice initial v vague initial v Vale initial v vault initial v van initial v vegan initial v very initial v vein initial v vice initial v valve initial v vest initial v vet initial v vole initial v vase initial v vibe initial v Venus initial v veil initial v vine initial v vision initial v village initial v valley initial v vow initial v vote initial v view initial v voyage

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Initial V Words Speech Therapy

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Medial V Words Speech Therapy

  • 1 Syllable: loved, hives
  • 2 Syllable: seven, river, David, eve, Kevin, lover, never, fever, liver, raven, devil, movie, ivy, service, Davis, Harvard, level, nervous, giver, cover, private, haven, craving, harvest, novel, Elvis, coven, carving, chevron, solvent, driving, civic, servant, duvet, rover, leaving, hover, civil, favor, lever, Devon, Advil, havoc, shoving, salvage, woven, crevice, provide, diver, weaving, mover, vivid, savvy, rival, curving, privacy, heavy, driver, clover, cover, heaven, advice, gravy, invite, over, level, beaver, clever, convince, cover, event, Denver
  • 3 Syllable: gravity, slavery, nirvana, Nashville, trivial, delivered, elevate, bravery, calvary, carnival, envelope, beaver, travel, beverage, universe, November, favorite
  • 4 Syllable: forgiveness, achievement, reservation, captivating, improvement, alleviate, observation, activated, aggravation, oblivious, mischievous, motivated, subdivision, avocado, beverages, discovery, television,
  • 5 Syllable: anniversary, civilization, university, individual, observatory, involuntary
  • 6 Syllable: involuntary, environmentally, availability, conversationally

Medial V Words Flash Cards

medial v loved
medial v giver
medial v nervous
medial v mover
medial v Chevron
medial v deviled
medial v carving
medial v cover
medial v raven
medial v driving
medial v seven
medial v elvis
medial v event
medial v privacy
medial v ivy
medial v hives
medial v duvet
medial v fever
medial v river
medial v harvard
medial v movie
medial v rover
medial v service
medial v novel
medial v weaving
medial v loved medial v giver medial v nervous medial v mover medial v Chevron medial v deviled medial v carving medial v cover medial v raven medial v driving medial v seven medial v elvis medial v event medial v privacy medial v ivy medial v hives medial v duvet medial v fever medial v river medial v harvard medial v movie medial v rover medial v service medial v novel medial v weaving

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Final V Words Speech Therapy

  • 1 Syllable: love, five, have, live, move, dove, wave, leave, give, brave, glove, drive, cove, stove, cave, grove, dive, groove, naive, hive, grave, prove, crave, save, shave, drove,
  • 2 Syllable: improv, twelve, above, alive, alive, valve, solve, believe, captive, curve, cursive, serve, active, nerve, arrive, behave, creative, native, motive, deceive, mangrove, approve, beehive, disprove, proactive, pensive, improve, forgive
  • 3 Syllable: adjective, positive, resolve, relative, perspective, abusive, negative, attractive, aggressive, explosive, detective, impressive, achieve
  • 4 Syllable: alternative, infinitive, locomotive, conservative, initiative

Final V Words Flash Cards

Final V Words

final v love
final v believe
final v active
final v brave
final v cave
final v captive
final v dive
final v cove
final v wave
final v dove
final v cursive
final v drove
final v give
final v crave
final v stove
final v drive
final v five
final v glove
final v grove
final v hive
final v improv
final v shave
final v have
final v leave
final v move
final v love final v believe final v active final v brave final v cave final v captive final v dive final v cove final v wave final v dove final v cursive final v drove final v give final v crave final v stove final v drive final v five final v glove final v grove final v hive final v improv final v shave final v have final v leave final v move

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Short Sentences or Phrases

When working on v sound production, it’s important to work on short phrases once your child or student has mastered the sound at the word level at or near 80% or higher accuracy.

Here is a list of v word phrases to try:

Initial V Words Speech Therapy in Phrases

1 Syllable2 Syllable
beautiful singing voicevegan meal
vine of grapessee venus
red vangreat value
vet helped my doga country ville
vein in his armdance video
mountain viewvillain lost
bride’s veilbad vision
register to votevalve is broken
puffy vestvolume in her hair
vice presidentcountry village
fun vibevirus is spreading
flower vasehiked through the valley
air ventvery happy
action verbVersace purse
will ski in Valevisa card
sang the versevampire stories
vile manvacuum the carpet
long voyagevoting booth
tried in vainvintage necklace
made a vowtrip to Venice
vole dugvaccine from the doctor
void the transactionvacate the building
open the vaultvital organs
vroom went the carnew version
100 voltshe is the victor
vague directionslarge vessel
veer to the sidegood virtue
prepared the vealViking sailed
vogue dressloud voices
learned her vowel
high voltage
vapor lifted off the water
volley the ball
vengeance was his
venture outside
vulture ate
is a voyager
viper slide
vacant room
great venue
victim reported the attack
vertex of my roof
veiling the statue
vocal opinions
velvet blanket
large vineyard
vicious attack
pretty varnish
vivid dreams
felt like he might vomit
venom traveled quickly
moved to Vermont
vibrant colors
vermin traps
won with valor
vastness of the ocean
options vary
vinyl peeled off
viral illness
visit my mom
Carrots are a veggie
decided the verdict
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violence was unnecessaryVirginia state linevelociraptor claws
vanilla flavorvictoria laughedvocabulary quiz
volleyball gamevegetable gardenmy sister is a vegetarian
Vanessa smiledmany variables
volcano eruptedVeronica clapped
violet flowermany variations
victory lapThey are victorious
violin playervandalism happened last night
beach vacationlearning about velocity
plays the violavulnerable moment
vitamin Cnew ventilation
veteran discountvaccination from her doctor
violent stormvitality and energy
Vancouver ski tripvegetation grows
redo the vanityvaluable necklace
valiant effortvisitation for family members
volunteer project
varsity team
new vehicle
vinegar and baking soda
valentine’s day
vibration from the earthquake
virtual meeting
no vacancy
visual representation
new vocation
started vomiting
moon is visible
stepped out onto veranda
Vietnam War
varying decisions
violation of rights
cooked the venison
vividly remembers
training to be a vocalist
vanishing sun
visiting today

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Medial V Words in Phrases for Speech Therapy

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loved his dogseven years oldgravity on earth
hives on armrocky riverslavery was abolished
David smilednirvana concert
Christmas eventtrip to Nashville
Kevin walkedtrivial fact
gave his lover flowersdelivered flowers
never eaten this beforeelevate your leg
low feverfelt bravery
liver transplantcalvary called
raven perchedcarnival ride
deviled eggsseal the envelope
movie starbeaver chewed
ivy vine grewtravel internationally
cell serviceasked for a beverage
Mrs. Daviswhole universe
Harvard graduateNovember 9
level headedfavorite color
nervous child
gift giver
cover her mouth
private conversation
safe haven
craving chocolate
great harvest
wrote a novel
Elvis sang
coven worked together
carving pumpkins
Chevron for gas
added a solvent
driving home
old civic
servant hearted
duvet cover
moon rover
leaving today
hover behind me
civil war
birthday favor
hand me the lever
Devon waved
take an Advil
havoc broke out
shoving is not okay
salvage pieces
woven together
coin fell into the crevice
provide the funds
diver geared up
weaving a basket
mover unloaded
vivid dreams
savvy mind
rival team
curving the edge
privacy fence
heavy weights
pro driver
green clover
cover your ears
all dogs go to heaven
good advice
biscuits and gravy
invite her over
over the moon
level the picture
beaver chewed
clever idea
convince her
big event
trip to Denver
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gives forgiveness5th anniversaryenvironmentally friendly
achievement medalnew civilizationno availability
reservation for dinnerstudying at universitygreat conversationally
captivating pictureindividual package
big improvementin the observatory
alleviate some symptomsinvoluntary reflex
teacher observation
activated the call button
felt aggravation
oblivious to others
mischievous look
motivated person
new subdivision
avocado on toast
multiple beverages
discovery channel
turn off the television

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Final V Words Speech Therapy in Phrases

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love her gardenimprov show
high fivetwelve years old
have a lollipopabove your head
live a full lifealive and well
move to a new housebroken valve
dove flewsolve a problem
wave hellobelieve in herself
leave workcaptive audience
give flowersturn around the curve
brave kidcursive writing
snow gloveserve the dinner
drive fastactive lifestyle
dolphin covestruck a nerve
hot stovearrive late
cave writingsbehave well
grove of treescreative writing
scuba divenative to this area
groove and dancemotive for working out
naive childdeceive herself
bee hivemangrove tree
marked graveapprove the decision
prove her pointbeehive is buzzing
crave ice creamdisprove the quote
save her moneyproactive choices
shave his facepensive thoughts
drove awayimprove her self
forgive me
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adjective verbalternative lifestyle
positive thoughtsinfinitive equation
resolve the issuetrain locomotive
visit relativeconservative ideas
new perspectivetakes initiative
abusive situation
negative bank account
attractive face
aggressive dog
explosive volcano
detective cracked the case
impressive performance
achieve his goals

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Sentence Level: V Words Speech Therapy

The next step after working at the word and phrase levels is to work on the v sound at the sentence level.

For example, you could give your child or student a list of sentences to read aloud while they work on their v sound. 

Another idea would be to give your child or student pictures with their v sound in them and then have them create a sentence about those pictures.

Below is a list of sentences to use with your child or students.

Initial V Words Speech Therapy in Sentences

1 Syllable2 Syllable
She has a beautiful singing voice.She ate a vegan meal.
The vine of grapes grew quickly.I can see venus.
The red van is parked.This is a great value.
The vet helped my dog.We stayed at a country ville.
The vein in his arm is large.They watched a dance video.
The mountain view is amazingThe villain lost the fight.
The bride’s veil flowed behind her.He wears glasses to help his bad vision.
Remember to register to vote.The valve is broken.
She wore a puffy vest.Hair spray added volume to her hair.
He ran for vice president.They visited a cute country village.
The room has a fun vibe.The respiratory virus is spreading.
The flower vase has roses in it.We hiked through the valley.
The air vent is broken.She is very happy.
Running is an action verb.She wants a Versace purse.
I will ski in Vale.She ordered a new visa card.
She sang the verse.He wrote vampire stories.
The vile man was caught.I need to vacuum the carpet.
The long voyage was in a boat.I volunteer at the voting booth.
She tried in vain.She gave me a vintage necklace.
They made a vow to each other.We are taking a trip to Venice.
The vole dug a hole.She got a vaccine from the doctor.
He will void the transaction.They were told to vacate the building.
The banker opened the vault.Her vital organs are fine.
Vroom went the car.There is a new version for the update.
100 volts of electricity surged in the wire.He is the victor.
These are vague directions.The large vessel sailed forward.
The car made a veer to the side.He has good virtue.
He prepared the veal.The Vikings sailed across the sea.
The vogue dress was green.The loud voices bothered her.
She learned her vowels.
The high voltage shocked him.
Vapor lifted off the hot water.
She will volley the ball over the net.
He felt like vengeance was his.
She was excited to venture outside.
The vulture ate the carcass.
Columbus was a voyager.
The viper slide across the rocks.
The vacant room is being cleaned.
This is a great venue for a concert.
The victim reported the attack.
The vertex of my roof is angled.
They are veiling the statue today.
She is vocal about her opinions.
The velvet blanket is so soft.
They own a large vineyard.
The vicious attack made her scared.
The pretty varnish is fading.
He has vivid dreams.
He felt like he might vomit.
The venom traveled quickly through the bite.
We moved to Vermont.
I love the vibrant colors.
The vermin traps were snapped.
The war was won with valor.
The vastness of the ocean is daunting to me.
The options vary.
The vinyl peeled off easily.
The viral illness is spreading quickly.
I will go visit my mom tomorrow.
Carrots are a great veggie snack.
The judge decided the verdict.
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The violence was unnecessary.I crossed the Virginia state line.The velociraptor has big claws.
The ice cream is a vanilla flavor.Victoria laughed with her friends.I studied for today’s vocabulary quiz.
I am late for the volleyball game.I am planting a vegetable garden.My sister is a vegetarian.
Vanessa smiled at me.There are many variables.
A volcano erupted on the island.Veronica clapped loudly.
He picked a violet flower.There are many variations.
He took a victory lap after he won.They are victorious.
The violin player performs a solo.The vandalism happened last night.
We will go on a beach vacation.They are learning about velocity.
She plays the viola.They had a vulnerable moment.
I took my vitamin C.They installed a new ventilation system.
This store has a veteran discount.She got a vaccination from her doctor.
The violent storm moved on.She is young with vitality and energy.
We are planning a Vancouver ski trip.The vegetation grows quickly.
I want to redo the vanity.She lost her valuable necklace.
He gave a valiant effort.He has visitation for family members.
I will volunteer for the project.
I am on the varsity team.
She bought a new vehicle.
I mixed vinegar and baking soda in science class.
Tomorrow is Valentine’s Day.
He felt the vibration from the earthquake.
I am late for a virtual meeting.
The hotel has a vacancy right now.
This is a good visual representation.
He is excited about his new vocation.
He just started vomiting.
The full moon is visible.
She stepped out onto the veranda.
My grandpa fought in the Vietnam War.
There are varying decisions to be made still.
That was a violation of rights.
He cooked the venison.
She vividly remembers what happened.
She is training to be a vocalist.
The vanishing sunsets.
My aunt is visiting today.

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Medial V Words Speech Therapy in Sentences

1 Syllable2 Syllable
He loved his dog.She is seven years old.
She has hives on her arm.The river’s edge was rocky.
David smiled at her.
The Christmas event was a hit.
Kevin walked up the hill.
He gave his lover flowers.
I have never eaten this before.
He has a low fever.
The liver transplant was successful.
The raven perched on the tree.
I brought deviled eggs.
The movie star was glamorous.
The ivy vine grew up the building.
The cell service is bad.
Mrs. Davis cheered her students on.
She is a Harvard graduate.
He is level headed.
She is a nervous child.
She is a gift giver.
Her hand is covering her mouth.
Cover your mouth when you cough.
This place is a safe haven.
I am craving chocolate.
This year was a great harvest.
He wrote a novel.
Elvis sang on stage.
The coven worked together.
We are carving pumpkins.
We stopped at Chevron for gas.
The chemist added a solvent.
I am driving home tonight.
My old civic broke down.
She is servant hearted.
The duvet cover is green.
The moon rover does research.
I am leaving today.
The hummingbird hovers behind me.
The civil war was in 1862.
She made birthday favor bags for the party.
Please hand me the lever.
Devon waved at his friend.
The doctor told me to take an Advil.
Havoc broke out when the cows got out.
Shoving is not okay.
We can salvage pieces from the car.
The blanket is woven together beautifully.
The coin fell into the crevice in the car.
The government will provide the funds for the business trip.
The diver geared up to swim in the ocean.
She is weaving a basket.
The mover unloaded the boxes.
He has very vivid dreams.
Her savvy mind is creative.
The rival team lost.
The table has a curving edge.
The privacy fence is being built.
He put away the heavy weights.
The pro driver raced his car.
I found a green clover.
Cover your ears when it gets loud.
All dogs go to heaven is a great movie.
My dad gives good advice.
I made biscuits and gravy.
Remember to invite her over for the game.
They are over the moon at the announcement.
We need to level the picture.
The beaver chewed through the tree trunk.
He has a clever idea.
We need to convince her.
They are setting up for a big event.
They took a trip to Denver.
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There is gravity on earth.She gives forgiveness.
Slavery was abolished.She won an achievement medal.
We are going to the Nirvana concert.He made a reservation for dinner.
We planned a trip to Nashville.That is a captivating picture.
This is a trivial fact.This is a big improvement.
He just delivered flowers.The doctor helped alleviate some symptoms.
Elevate your leg if it gets swollen.Today is a teacher observation day.
He felt bravery.She activated the call button.
Calvary called and rushed forward.She felt aggravation.
The child waits for the carnival ride.He was oblivious to others.
Remember to seal the envelope.He has a mischievous look.
The beaver chewed the tree.He is a motivated person.
She dreams of traveling internationally.Their house is in a new subdivision.
I asked for a beverage.She ate avocado on toast.
The whole universe is so big.He drinks multiple beverages.
November 9th is our anniversary.I turned on the Discovery Channel.
My favorite color is blue.They told me to turn off the television.
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It is their 5th anniversary.The house is environmentally friendly.
They found evidence of a new civilization.The hairdresser has no availability.
She began studying at the university.He is great conversationally.
The snack is individually packaged.
The teacher led us into the observatory.
She can’t control an involuntary reflex.

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Final V Words Speech Therapy in Sentences

1 Syllable2 Syllable
I gave a high five.She performed at the improv show.
He might have a lollipop later.He is twelve years old.
They live a full life.He reached above my head.
She will move to a new house.My dog is alive and well.
The dove flew away.The broken valve caused a leak.
He will wave hello.He will solve a problem.
I am about to leave work.I believe in myself.
He will give flowers to her.The captive audience watched intently.
The brave kid helped.There is a sharp turn around the curve.
I put on a snow glove.I am practicing my cursive writing.
This car will drive fast.They will serve the dinner.
I saw the dolphins in the cove.He has an active lifestyle.
Do not touch the hot stove.The note struck a nerve.
I looked at the cave writings.He will arrive late.
The grove of trees is gorgeous.The child did behave well.
He taught me to scuba dive.I am taking a creative writing class.
I like to groove and dance.She is a native of this area.
The naive child did not know.She has a motive for working out.
The bee hive had honey.She couldn’t deceive herself.
The grave was marked with a stone.The mangrove tree grew tall.
She will prove her point.He will approve the decision.
She might crave ice cream today.The beehive is buzzing.
She will save her money.The lender might disprove the quote.
He needs to shave his face.Her proactive choices helped her.
I began to drive away.He wrote down his pensive thoughts.
She worked out to improve herself.
I need to ask him to forgive me.
3 Syllable4 Syllable
I wrote a sentence with an adjective and a verb.He lives an alternative lifestyle.
He thinks positive thoughts.They couldn’t solve the infinitive equation.
Please resolve the issue.The toddler loved the train locomotive.
We will travel to visit a relative.She has conservative ideas.
This info gives her a new perspective.He appreciated it when she takes the initiative.
They left an abusive situation.
She was surprised by the negative bank account.
Her attractive face had a dimple.
The aggressive dog barked loudly.
The explosive volcano is on an island.
The detective cracked the case.
We clapped at the impressive performance.
He will achieve his goals.

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V Words Speech Therapy Ideas

Below is a list of helpful v word free resources to help you get started.

Video Games

Video games are a fun and engaging way to strengthen your child or student’s articulation skills.

Here are a few favorite video games to work on the v sound: 

  • Arctic “V” Words by Ms. Weaver is a set of flashcards, matching, concentration and Word Search V Articulation Games! 
  • Pink Cat Games is a great list of online games that are interactive and fun for students who are practicing V Articulation!

SEE ALSO: Free Articulation Games for Speech Therapy


Articulation Cards

Here are a few articulation cards to work on the v sound.

  • 20 Initial, 20 Medial, 20 Final Words, Phrases, & Sentences – be sure to grab our free downloads at the end of this post for simple practice in the therapy room or for at home practice.
  • Articulation Notebooks for /v/ (FREE Sample!) by Teaching Talking is an amazing, free Articulation Notebook for students 
  • Laundry Articulation Game by Breanna’s Speech Shop is a fun laundry articulation game for 1- 4 students to play together! 

Young Children

If you have younger children on your caseload be sure to check out these resources below.


Syllable Level

If you have students working at the syllable level here are a few resources you might find helpful.

SEE ALSO: 279+ Free Speech Therapy Digital Materials

Need Different Words or Sounds?

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