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600+ G Words Lists for Speech Therapy Articulation

If you’re a parent or a speech therapist in need of word lists for the g sound then you’ve come to the right place! Below are over 600 g words for speech therapy.

Use the links below to help navigate this post:

  • G Words Overview
  • Flash Cards – Initial G (word, phrase, sentence, + question)
  • Word Level – Initial G
  • Word Level – Medial G
  • Word Level – Final G
  • Phrase Level – Initial G
  • Phrase Level – Medial G
  • Phrase Level – Final G
  • Sentence Level – Initial G
  • Sentence Level Medial G
  • Sentence Level Final G
  • Additional G Word Resources

Correct Production

The g sound is a back sound. It is made by placing the back of the tongue against the soft palate in the back of the mouth. 

If you’re wondering what the soft palate is, it is the little bit of soft roof area in the back of the mouth.

You can help your child practice by placing their tongue in the correct position against the soft palate using a tongue depressor. 

Once you’ve located the soft palate with the tongue depressor then place the back part of your tongue against the soft palate.

You can also have your child or student practice their tongue placement and tongue tip in front of a mirror.

The g sound is also a voiced sound so your voice box or vocal cords should vibrate. 

You can tell that their voice is turned on by touching your voice box on your neck and feeling it vibrate.

Another thing to keep in mind is that the g sound can be a hard g, such as before a consonant “glass” or before a back vowel (a, o, u) as in “goat” or at the end of a word like “log”. 

A soft g is when the “g” sound makes the /j/ sound when the g sound is followed by the vowels (e, i, or y) such as “giant” or a word of Greek origin that begins with the letters gy- such as the word “gymnastics”. 

Hard G and Soft G Free Posters by Make Take Teach – Want to learn more about the hard g and soft g? Be sure to grab these free posters to get you started. They are a perfect poster and have at your fingertips!

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G Words Speech Therapy

If you’re a speech language pathologist or a parent of a child working on the g sound then you’ve come to the right place. Below are over 600 g word lists to practice the g sound. 

Not only is this list of g words perfect for at home practice, but speech-language pathologists can pull up this list anytime for a quick and easy speech therapy session.

Target Words

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

  • For Example: go, goat, goal, gate, gutter, gas, hedgehog, eagle, finger, kangaroo, wagon, magnet, bug, log, dog, rug, egg, tag

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

You can also grab my one page freebie of g sounds below. Simply scroll to the bottom of this post and grab your free copy!


Word Positions: G Words Speech Therapy 

Initial position of words.

The initial position of the g sound is at the beginning of a word. For example, “goat” or “got”.

Medial Position of Words

When the g sound is in the middle of a word it is in the medial position of a word, such as “hamburger”, “tiger”, and “dragon”.

Final Positions of Words

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

For your unlimited use, I’ve gone ahead and gathered over 600 g words to work on your student’s or child’s speech. 

Word Level: G Words Speech Therapy

One way to practice is to have your child or student practice their target sound at the word level.

Below is a list of initial g words, medial g words, and final g words. Although the list isn’t always in alphabetical order it can be fun to mix and match.

In addition, I’ve compiled an easy-to-download practice printable or digital pages of the g sound below. Simply scroll down to the bottom of this post and download your free copy.

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Initial: G Words Speech Therapy

  • 1 Syllable: go, gag, gold, gas, gap, gun, gum, gut, guy, gain, gale, game, gasp, gate, gawk, gaze, gear, geek, gig, girl, goat, give, goal, goes, good, gone, gown, golf, gush, geese, gift, gills, goose, gorge, gourd, guard, guest, gulf, guilt, gulls, gunk, gust, gauze, guide, gold, gob, guess, gust, guts, gasp, guest, gulp, gear, gunk, ghost, gab, Gail, gash, gale, guest, gulp, guy, Gus, gauge, gong
  • 2 Syllable: gallop, gasses, gecko, giddy, gimpy, going, goofy, gooey, gumbo, gummy, gaggle, galore, garage, garlic, geyser, gibbon, giggle, girdle, goalie, goblet, goggle, gopher, gospel, gossip, govern, guitar, gallon, gamble, garbage, gargle, garden, garnish, gateway, gazelle, goodbye, gumball, gumdrop, guppies, gainless, garland, garment, goalpost, goatskin, goldfish, goodness, goodwill, gorgeous, gurgle, goldsmith, guestroom, guestbook, guidebook, given, golden, gator, girlfriend, gutter, guidance, giving, gobble, golf cart, gather, guppy, garfield, gallon, gourmet, gazette, guilty, galley, guideline, guzzle, go kart, gameboard, gadget, gala, Gilbert, gizzard, gimmick, goatee, Gordon, Gary, Gavin, goldfinch, gumption, guppy, gifted, Google
  • 3 Syllable: galaxy, gallery, gazebo, gorilla, gourmet, goulash, galactic, gasoline, giveaway, gondola, governor, gullible, gardening, gathering, godfather, godmother, guardian, guitarist, godparents, goldilocks, gooseberry, government, guarantee, governess, goalkeeper, getaway, guardianship, gardener, Gabriel, gigantic
  • 4 Syllable: gardenia, gazillion, gallivanted, guacamole, goldendoodle, guardianship

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Medial: G Words Speech Therapy

  • 1 Syllable: clogged, wagged
  • 2 Syllable: angle, sugar, tiger, Megan, anger, vegan, penguin, kingdom, Logan, eagle, organ, gagging, biggest, ego, wagon, baggage, roger, finger, goggles, bargain, eager, singing, trigger, hanging, bagel, argue, bugle, piggy, legal, angus, begging, Belgium, ringing, longing, banging, rugby, disgust, luggage, digging, cowgirl, forgive, longest, sagging, buggy, jogging, suggest, hugging, seagull, nagging, snuggling, juggler, logging, legging, foggy, magma, snuggle, soggy, lagging, frugal, wiggle, muggy, slugger, hangout, snagged, hexagon, pentagon, mortgage, begun, began, flagged, burger, target, lego, dragon, yogurt, nuggets, kangaroo, doghouse, August, magnet, begin, cougar, again, ignore, pigtail, yoga, eggplant, eggshell, bagpipe, bigge, jigsaw, juggle, mongoose, pigpen, regard, drugstore, dugout, tugboat, youngest, Peggy, giggle, agave
  • 3 Syllable:  Abigail, elegant, bodyguard, caregiver, alongside, organic, recognize, raggedy, livingstone, designate, octagon, illegal, regular, polygon, meaningless, hamburger, navigate, negative, magazine, Oregon, Portugal, regardless, spaghetti, together, fingerprint, triangle, fingerpaint, kangaroo, marigold, megaphone, signature, Thanksgiving, Angela, Washington
  • 4 Syllable: irregular, alligator, segregation, orangutan, photography, origami, oregano, aggregation, tobogganing, unforgiving, protagonist, easygoing, navigator, kindergartner, disorganize, disregard, delegated, categorize, elegantly, altogether, obligation, significant
4 Syllable

Final: G Words Speech Therapy

  • 1 Syllable: ring, king, sing, dog, long, spring, thing, big, strong, pig, egg, bag, young, log, bug, gag, song, frog, swing, bang, swag, flag, rug, wrong, zig, zag, string, blog, wig, wing, leg, hug, sting, lung, dig, Mustang, rag, beg, fog, hog, hang, mug, wag, lag, sag, dug, fig, pug, nag, tag, slug, sang, jog, flag, tug, hung, jug, brag, slang, twig, cling, chug, plug, stung, snug
  • 2 Syllable: nothing, morning, ending, loving, dancing, being, building, going, cooking, along, walking, swimming, wedding, reading, feeling, missing, warning, clothing, meaning, burning, lightning, rising, drawing, camping, asking, turning, barking, Beijing coming, shopping, raining,,, fishing, changing, training, pudding, looking, breaking, setting, blowing, climbing, surfing, cuddling, sledding, Bulldog, searching, icing, landing, belong, talking, cleaning, sibling, painting, cooling, spelling, coating, among, growing, farming, hearing, saying, ticking, teaching, sitting, giving, sitting, sleeping, jumping, earring, greeting, Wyoming, coping, diving, streaming, lighting, boating, hiding, hotdog, parking, dumpling, shaking, drizzling, snuggling, Healing, combing, hurting, touching, poking, loading, spreading, during, boring, tying, Snoring, stopping, golfing, clapping, running, skipping, typing, racing, calling, dressing, texting
  • 3 Syllable: everything, amazing, demanding, anything, Thanksgiving, beginning, recycling, gathering, ladybug, bookkeeping, approaching, offering, challenging, accepting, believing, boomerang, bullfighting, breathtaking, recording, suggesting, programming, avoiding, succeeding, fluttering, strengthening, weakening, daydreaming, outgoing, approving, awaiting, surviving, disgusting, exhausting, imaging, adjusting, answering, performing, applying, threatening, woodworking, measuring, commanding, surprising, traveling, scaffolding, exclaiming, respecting, brightening, scheduling, attending, delighting, annoying
  • 4 Syllable: understanding, overwhelming, elevating, conditioning, hibernating, remodeling, operating, devastating, decomposing, condescending, housewarming, maneuvering, aggravating, finalizing, animating,, overeating, exercising, magnifying, peacekeeping, barbecuing, alternating, skyrocketing, disappearing, overturning, disappointing, developing
  • 5 Syllable: misunderstanding, accelerating, exaggerating, procrastinating, accompanying, administering

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Short Phrases

When working on g 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 g word phrases to try:

Initial: G Words Speech Therapy in Phrases

go nowfast gallopwhole galaxy
gag on foodgasses escapedart gallery
found goldgecko snuckworn down gazebo
need gasgiddy danceblack gorilla
large gapgimpy raccoongenerous pay
black gungoing fastgoulash tricks
chew gumgoofy kidgalactic ships
gut paingooey greengasoline spilled
tall guyordered gumbogiveaway winner
gain musclegummy beargondola stopped
gale-force windgaggle of ducksgovernor declared
play a gamechocolate galoregullible child
gasp for airgarage doorgardening tips
closed gatebowl of garlicfriends gathering
gawk at hergreat geyserhis godfather
gaze lovinglygibbon satcaring godmother
stuck gearloud giggleguardian protected
geek outgirdle tightenedlead guitarist
great giggoalie jumpedgodparents adopted
short girlwater gobletgoldilocks snuck
cute goatgoggles droppedgooseberry pie
give a high fivegopher poppedgovernment helps
score a goalgospel musicguarantee his work
goes by fastgossip hurtgoverness played
good guesswill governtall goalkeeper
all goneguitar stringgetaway trip
beautiful gownmilk gallonauthored Galatians
golf swingbig gambleguardianship belongs to
gush outgarbage cangardener bent down
geese flyinggargle and spitGabriel raised
gift givinggarden gnomegigantic ship
two gillssprinkled garnish
single goosegateway opened
cross the gorgebaby gazelle
big gourdwaved goodbye
on guardgumball fell
our guestgreen gumdrop
Gulf of Mexicoguppies swam
guilt about lyinggainless shop
gulls flygarland hung
gunk on canclean garment
gust of windgoalpost fell
white gauzegoatskin lay
guide bookgoldfish crumbs
gold coingoodness prospers
gob of gumher goodwill
guess an answergorgeous dress
big gustgurgle the water
gut paingoldsmith worked
gasp for airguestroom pillows
good guesssigned guestbook
big gulpforgot the guidebook
bike geargiven to her
gunk on cangolden rays of sunshine
scary ghostgator crawled
gab ongirlfriend broke up
Gail wavedgutter poured
small gashhis guidance
gale of windgiving out flowers
my guestgobble up
gulp of watergolfcart speeds
tall guygather the supplies
Gus drovelittle guppy
thermometer gaugeGarfield laughed
loud gonggallon jug
gourmet meal
gazette printed
guilty verdict
ships galley
brief guideline
quickly guzzle
gocart crashed
laid out the gameboard
kitchen gadget
fundraising gala
Gilbert ate
gizzard cooked
Silly gimmick
blonde goatee
Gordon smiled
Gary waved
Gavin jumped
goldfinch flew
some gumption
He gifted
Google search
gardenia bloomed
gazillion gallons
gallivanted in front of
guacamole and chips
Goldendoodle slept
granted guardianship


Medial: G Words Speech Therapy in Phrases

clogged sinksharp angleAbigail said
wagged its tailwhite sugarelegant walked
male tigerbodyguard stood
Megan coughedcaregiver helped
calm her angeralongside her
vegan choicesorganic pear
penguin waddledrecognize the man
kingdom at warraggedy doll
logan ateLivingstone grew
bald eagledesignate a driver
organ stoppedoctagon shaped
gagging and chokingillegal parking
biggest wormregular water
large egolearned about polygon
wagon wheelmeaningless gift
baggage claimhamburger patty
roger sirnavigate the map
long fingersnegative thoughts
goggles foggedmagazine company
bargain hunterOregon state line
eager to pleasebeen to Portugal
singing and dancingregardless of the decision
trigger lockspaghetti dinner
hanging plantsbetter together
bagel with cream cheeseblue fingerprint
argue a lotred triangle
bugle was loudblue fingerpaint
piggy bankkangaroo hopped
legal to parkpicked a marigold
angus beefloud megaphone
begging hermessy signature
Belgium pretzelsThanksgiving food
ringing in my earsAngela is awesome
longing to godrove to Washington
banging on the door
rugby game
look of disgust
threw my luggage
digging in the dirt
cowgirl herded
choose to forgive
longest distance
banner was sagging
buggy drove
jogging in the morning
I suggest
hugging her dad
seagull flew
felt like nagging
snuggling her teddy bear.
juggler dropped the ball
logging company
leggings do not fit
foggy in the morning
magma spilled
want to snuggle
soggy towels
game is lagging
frugal spending
wiggle worm
muggy water
slugger threw
hangout tomorrow
snagged a chip
hexagon shape
Pentagon headquarters
mortgage payment
begun reading
began my walk
flagged down
juicy burger
aimed at the target
red lego
dragon breathe
strawberry yogurt
ordered nuggets
kangaroo hopped
built doghouse
August brings
magnet held
begin my career
cougar stalked
try again
ignore that
two pigtails
yoga class
cute the eggplant
eggshell cracked
bagpipe played
bigger sister
jigsaw puzzle
juggle the torches
mongoose fought
pigpen was dirty
in regards to
drugstore parking lot
sat in the dugout
tugboat pulled
youngest sister
Peggy laughed
giggled at the joke
agave plant grew
irregular movement
alligator chomped
learned about segregation
orangutan swung
photography business
origami paper
oregano seasoning
aggregation of
went tobogganing
unforgiving landlord
protagonist lost
easygoing dog
navigator was lost
kindergartner ran
disorganized pantry
disregard the email
delegated his successor
categorize these statements
elegantly walked
altogether now
have an obligation
significant growth

Final: G Words Speech Therapy in Phrases

diamond ringcosts nothingeverything fell
kings crownthis morningamazing drive
sing loudlyterrible endingdemanding toddler
dog walkloving youwant anything
long roaddancing all aroundThanksgiving dinner
springtimebeing shortbeginning of the race
that thingbuilding blocksrecycling bin
big stonegoing fargathering of friends
strong lioncooking dinnerladybug flew
pink pigalong the waybegan bookkeeping at
egg drop soupwalking towards youapproaching the bear
brown bagswimming leisurelyoffering dinner
young zebrawedding daychallenging course
broke logreading booksaccepting a job offer
bug bitefeeling greatbelieving in yourself
gag if I eat picklesmissing youboomerang glide back
song writerwarning signbullfighting ring
frog leapedall black clothingbreathtaking views
swing on the porchmeaning of thatrecording artist of the year
bang my headburning a candlejust suggesting you stop
with swaglightning struckstudied programming
flag into the airis risingavoiding sugar
rug was dirtydrawing with crayonssucceeding in school
wrong directioncamping and hikingfluttering wings
zig to the rightasking questionspracticed strengthening my
zag to the leftturning aroundfeel myself weakening
cut the stringis barkingdaydreaming while in school
start a blogto go to Beijingoutgoing email
wore a wigcoming homeapproving look
one wingshopping spreeawaiting my uber
hurt my legraining outsidesurviving on beans and rice
hug youfishing geardisgusting kitchen sink
bee stingchanging ideasexhausting day
punctured lungtraining starts earlyimaging
dig into your pastchocolate puddingadjusting
Mustang raced bylooking goodanswering the phone
old ragbreaking down wallsperforming arts
beg yousetting upapplying to a job
fog liftedblowing a kissthreatening voice
hog ran wildclimbing treestalented at woodworking
hang on the wallsurfing in the morningmeasuring cup
mug of coffeecuddling with my blanketcommanding tone
wag its tailgo sleddingsurprising my mom
lag in this videoBulldog barkedtraveling soccer team
made it sagsearching for treasurescaffolding collapsed
dug a holeicing on the cakesounds exclaiming
fig treelanding the planerespecting me
pug barkedbelong to youbrightening up
nag metalking loudlyscheduling conflict
play tagstarted cleaningwill be attending
slug inched forwardsibling rivalrydelighting in her accomplishments
sang in the showerpainting a picturesister is annoying
jog in the morningcooling the house
flag polespelling bee
tug of warthick coating of chocolate
hung up the pictureamong us
jug of watergrowing vegetables
brag about his winbegan farming
slang terminologyhearing aid
twig brokesaying yes
cling to my familyticking her
chug that waterteaching about exponents
plug your earssitting down
slap stunggiving away shoes
felt snugwas sleeping
jumping up
earring fell
warm greeting
Wyoming state
coping strategies
diving class
streaming videos
lighting struck
boating accident
hiding spot
hotdog stand
parking lot
dipped my dumpling
shaking hands
drizzling outside
snuggling up
healing well
combing her hair
ankle is hurting
touching the water
poking up
loading dock
spreading butter
during the afternoon
boring tv show
tying a knot
snoring loudly
show stopping
golfing tournament
clapping hands
running a race
skipping down the street
typing a sentence
racing around the bend
calling my grandma
dressing up
was texting
am understandingterrible misunderstanding
overwhelming thoughtsaccelerating speeds
he is elevatingexaggerating the truth
air conditioninghe is procrastinating
hibernating bearaccompanying his wife
remodeling my kitchenadministering first aid
operating table
devastating news
decomposing leaves
condescending tone
housewarming party
maneuvering around
aggravating behavior
finalizing this invoice
good at animating
start overeating
exercising tomorrow
magnifying glass
peacekeeping treaty
barbequing ribs
alternating ideas
skyrocketing prices
disappearing act
overturning the bill
disappointing news
developing ideas

Sentence Level: G Words Speech Therapy

After working at the word and phrase levels next it’s time to work on the g sound at the sentence level.

You can work on the sentence level by having your child or student read from a list of sentences or you could give your child or student a picture with their g sound in them and then have them create a sentence about their picture.

Below is a list of sentences that you can use with your child or students.


Initial: G Words Speech Therapy in Sentences

It’s time to go now.
Don’t gag on your food.
They found gold in the dirt.
He needs gas.
Don’t fall down the large gap.
He owns a black gun.
She likes to chew gum.
He is having gut pain today.
That guy is really tall.
He wanted to gain more muscle.
There was gale force wind at their house.
They played a game at school.
She had to gasp for air.
The gate is closed now.
They tried not to gawk at her new car.
He wanted to gaze lovingly into her eyes.
The gear is stuck and won’t move.
They wanted to geek out about their new video game.
Her mom got a great gig as an actress.
The short girl couldn’t reach the cabinet.
Look at the cute goat.
Give someone a high five.
They scored a goal.
Time goes by fast when you’re having fun.
That is a good guess.
The food was all gone.
She wore a beautiful gown.
He is working on his golf swing.
The water started to gush out of the faucet.
Look at the geese flying in the air.
She loves gift giving to her friends.
The shark has two gills.
There is a single goose in our yard.
They wanted to cross the gorge.
They bought a big gourd for dinner.
The man is on guard.
Be our guest.
The hurricane started in the Gulf of Mexico
She had feelings of guilt about lying.
The gulls flew over the ocean.
There is gunk on the can.
A gust of wind blew the leaves.
There was clean gauze in the first aid kit.
He is a tour guide.
There were gold coins in the treasure chest.
He spit his gob of gum.
She guessed on the last answer.
The big gust of wind blew over a tree.
She called the doctor about her gut pain.
The swimmer took a gasp of air.
It was a good guess
She was thirsty and took a big gulp.
The bike gear broke.
There is gunk on the can.
She dressed up as a scary ghost.
She could gab on and on.
Gail waved to her friend.
She had a small gash on her arm.
The gale blew through the grass.
My guest slept well.
The teacher took a gulp of water.
He was a tall guy.
Gus drove a truck.
Use a thermostat to gauge the temperature.
The loud gong had an echo.
The horse had a fast gallop.
The gasses escaped the chamber.
The gecko snuck behind a rock.
She did a giddy dance.
The gimpy raccoon hid behind a tree.
He was going fast.
The goofy kid laughed.
The gooey green slime dripped down the bowl.
I ordered gumbo for lunch.
I ate a gummy bear.
The gaggle of ducks waddled by.
There was chocolate galore in the candy factory.
The garage door was blue.
She handed me a bowl of garlic.
The great geyser lifted into the air.
The gibbon sat on a rope.
The loud giggle came from her.
The girdle tightened more.
The goalie jumped and blocked the shot.
She drank from her goblet of water.
The goggles dropped into the sewer.
The gopher popped his head up.
Gospel music came from the cathedral.
The gossip hurt her feelings.
He will govern his people.
The guitar string broke.
The gallon of milk was expired.
She took a big gamble on him.
The garbage can spilled.
She did a quick gargle and spit after brushing her teeth.
The garden gnome had a green hat.
She sprinkled garnish on the dish.
The gateway opened for us.
The baby gazelle stayed near her mother.
I waved goodbye to my sister.
The gumball fell onto the ground.
The green gumdrops are for the gingerbread house.
The guppies swam in the pond.
The gainless shop was closing.
The garland hung on the fireplace.
The clean garment is on the hanger.
The goalpost fell in the storm.
The goatskin lay over the basket.
I vacuumed up goldfish crumbs.
She reminded me that goodness prospers.
Her goodwill affected us all.
Sarah picked a gorgeous dress.
I gurgled the water.
The goldsmith worked on the jewelry.
She picked new guest room pillows.
He quickly signed the guestbook.
I forgot to bring the guidebook.
The bracelet was given to her.
The golden rays of sunshine were bright.
The gator crawled up the hill.
His girlfriend broke up with him.
The gutter poured out rainwater.
His guidance was helpful.
She was giving out flowers.
He just wanted to gobble up his food.
The golf cart speeds up the hill.
She will gather the art supplies.
The little guppy swam away.
Garfield laughed at the dog.
The gallon jug was filled with apple juice.
She ate a gourmet meal.
The Gazette printed a false news story.
She was given a guilty verdict.
The ship galley was below deck.
Email me a brief guideline.
I will quickly guzzle the drink.
The gocart crashed into the rail.
He laid out the gameboard.
I had never seen that kitchen gadget.
We arrived at the fundraising gala.
Gilbert ate a chip.
The gizzards cooked on the stove.
Her silly gimmick made us laugh.
His blonde goatee stood out.
Gordon smiled at the bird.
Gary waved at his friend.
Gavin jumped on the trampoline.
The goldfinch flew to its nest.
He has some gumption.
He gifted her the car.
Google search the location.
The whole galaxy is filled with stars.
The art gallery opened yesterday.
The worn-down gazebo needs repairs.
The black gorilla swung from the branch,
The babysitter was offered generous pay.
Your goulash tricks won’t work today.
The galactic ships arrived.
The gasoline spilled all over the road.
The giveaway winner was given her new tv.
The gondola stopped briefly as the people unloaded.
The governor declared an emergency.
The gullible child fell for his older sister’s lies.
I need gardening tips.
Her friends began gathering around the table.
His godfather officially adopted him when he was 5.
The caring godmother held the baby.
Her guardian protected her.
The lead guitarist started his solo.
The godparents adopted her.
Goldilocks snuck down the stairs.
The gooseberry pie was delicious.
The government helps with funding.
I can’t guarantee his work.
The governess played with the toddler.
The tall goalkeeper jumped.
A getaway trip was planned for February.
Paul authored a letter to the Galatians.
Guardianship belongs to that man.
A gardener bent down to pull weeds.
Gabriel raised his hand.
The gigantic ship blew its horn.
The gardenia bloomed beautifully.
A gazillion beads spilled.
She gallivanted in front of him.
She ordered guacamole and chips
My Goldendoodle slept on a pillow.
She was granted guardianship of the dog.


Medial: G Words Speech Therapy in Sentences

There is a clogged sink in the kitchen.
My dog wagged its tail.
The ramp had a sharp angle.
The cookies need 1 cup of white sugar.
The male tiger snuck up to his prey.
Megan coughed loudly.
She took a deep breath to calm her anger.
The restaurant had no vegan choices
penguin waddled
The kingdom was at war.
Logan ate a sandwich.
The bald eagle landed in its nest.
His organ stopped functioning properly.
I was gagging and choking on my pasta.
I picked the biggest worm to fish with.
His large ego was his downfall.
The wagon wheel fell off.
I met him at baggage claim.
He answered his captain with “Roger sir.”
The baby’s long fingers held mine.
His goggles fogged up.
My papa is a bargain hunter.
We are eager to please.
The toddlers were singing and dancing in the yard.
He put on a trigger lock.
My hanging plants are my favorite decor.
She ordered a bagel with cream cheese.
They argue a lot.
The bugle was loud.
She put a penny in her piggy bank.
It is legal to park in this spot.
He ordered an angus beef burger.
The toddler was begging her for a lollipop.
I love Belgian pretzels.
There was a ringing in my ears.
He was longing to go to the concert.
The child was banging on the door.
I won my rugby game.
She has a look of disgust.
The handle broke when he threw my luggage.
My dog won’t stop digging in the dirt.
The cowgirl herded the herd of cows back.
I choose to forgive.
The longest distance was 5ft apart.
The banner was sagging after the wind storm
The buggy drove through the sand
I prefer to go jogging in the morning.
I suggest you call her back.
She stepped back from hugging her dad then waved goodbye.
The seagull flew over the water.
She felt like she was nagging too much.
The baby looked cute while snuggling her teddy bear.
The juggler dropped the ball.
The logging company went out of business.
My leggings do not fit anymore.
It was foggy in the morning.
The magma spilled over the edge of the volcano.
I want to snuggle my puppy.
I dropped the soggy towels near the pool’s edge.
He lost because his game was lagging.
The budget made sure she stuck to her plan of frugal spending.
The toddler is a wiggle worm.
The muggy water settled after the storm.
The slugger threw his first pitch.
We can hangout tomorrow.
I snagged a chip from the bag.
I handed her the hexagon shape.
He worked at the Pentagon headquarters.
I just made my last mortgage payment.
She sat down and began reading.
I started my music and began my walk.
I flagged down my friend in the hallway.
I am craving a juicy burger.
I aimed at the target.
He stepped on a red lego.
The dragon’s breath was smokey.
I love strawberry yogurt.
Max ordered nuggets at the drive-thru.
The kangaroo jumped.
He built a doghouse for his lab.
August brings the start of school again.
The magnet held the picture up.
I will begin my career as a nurse soon.
The cougar stalked his prey.
I will try again.
I think you should ignore that advice.
Her mom brushed her hair and gave her two pigtails.
I was late for the yoga class.
I cut the eggplant and added it to the sauce.
The eggshell cracked in the container.
The bagpipe played in the parade.
I am bigger than my sister.
He finally finished the jigsaw puzzle.
He needed more practice before he would juggle the torches.
The mongoose fought off the predator.
The pigpen was dirty.
In regards to the invitation, I have to decline.
The drugstore parking lot was busy.
He sat in the dugout and waited to bat.
The tugboat floated down the stream.
The youngest sister played soccer.
Peggy laughed with her friend.
Bella giggled at the joke.
My agave plant grew large.
Abigail said she would be late.
She elegantly walked down the steps.
His bodyguard stood in front of him
Her caregiver helped wash her hair.
The car pulled up alongside her.
I bite into my organic pear.
She didn’t recognize the man with a beard.
My raggedy doll is 50 years old.
Doctor Livingstone traveled to South Africa.
I will designate a driver for tomorrow night.
The bead is an octagon shape.
It is illegal to park there.
I asked the waiter for regular water.
We learned about polygons in math class today.
The meaningless gift was thrown away.
I covered my hamburger patty with ketchup.
I will navigate the map while you drive.
I pushed away my negative thoughts.
I got a job at a magazine company.
We crossed the Oregon state line and knew our destination was close.
I have never been to Portugal.
Regardless of the decision, I will still call you.
I want a spaghetti dinner.
The chairs looked better together.
He stamped my fingerprint on the passport.
The sign was a red triangle.
Josh wiped his blue fingerpaints on the wall.
A kangaroo hopped in front of me.
She picked a marigold for her mom.
The loud megaphone echoed in the stadium.
The singer gave his messy signature to his fan.
Thanksgiving food is my favorite part of the holiday.
Angela is awesome at roller skating.
She drove her truck to Washington.
The irregular movement reminded me of a dance.
An alligator chomped at a fish.
I learned about segregation in school.
An orangutan swung from the branches.
My photography business is starting to grow.
The origami paper was folded with care to become a crane.
Sarah sprinkled oregano seasoning into the soup.
The geese formed a large aggregation in the sky.
Jared went tobogganing in Canada.
The unforgiving landlord posted the eviction notice.
The protagonist found his biological parents at the end of the story.
My easy-going dog lay at my feet while I read.
The navigator was lost at sea.
The kindergartner ran into his classroom.
She couldn’t find the chips in the disorganized pantry.
Please disregard the email.
He delegated his successor while on his deathbed.
I will categorize these statements into true or false.
She walked elegantly in her new heels.
Let’s go altogether to the store.
I have an obligation I can’t deny.
She saw significant growth in the students’ skills.

Final: G Words Speech Therapy in Sentences

The diamond ring was beautiful
I placed the king’s crown on his head.
Bella sings loudly.
I need to take my dog on a walk.
The long road was windy and dark.
I love springtime.
What is that thing?
The big stone had bugs under it.
The strong lion roared.
That pink pig is so cute.
I ordered egg drop soup.
My brown bag broke.
A young zebra was just born at the zoo.
He broke the log with an ax.
Her bug bite is itchy.
Bob will gag if he eats pickles.
Sarah dreamed of being a songwriter.
That frog leaped so far.
I want a swing on my porch.
I didn’t mean to bang my head.
He walked on stage with swag.
The flag rose into the air.
The rug was dirty.
He turned in the wrong direction and was lost.
The motorcycle took a zig to the right.
The race car made a sharp zag to the left.
I cut the string with sharp scissors.
I will start a blog.
My grandma wore a wig.
The bird had one hurt wing.
She hurt her leg playing soccer.
I can’t wait to hug you!
Dan put ice on his bee sting.
She punctured her lung in a car crash.
I won’t dig into your past.
A wild mustang raced through the open fields.
Throw that old rag away.
I won’t beg you.
The fog finally lifted over the beach.
A black hog ran wild through the trees.
His picture will always hang on the wall.
I love my mug of coffee in the morning.
My dog started to wag his tail.
There is a lag in this video.
The storm made the banner sag downwards.
The dog dug that hole!
A fig tree grows in the backyard.
A little pug barked at me.
Please don’t nag me.
The kids love to play tag.
The slug inched slowly forward.
My sister sang in the shower.
I jog in the morning.
Put the flag on the flag pole.
Tug of war is a dog’s favorite game.
He hung up the picture.
Sam chugged the whole jug of water.
He loves to brag about his win.
I do not understand this slang terminology.
A twig broke under my foot.
I will cling to my family in times of need.
Please chug that water.
Plug your ears if it is too loud.
Her slap across his face stung badly.
Those blue jeans felt snug.
It costs nothing to be kind.
She can come over this morning.
The book had a terrible ending.
Loving you is easy.
She was dancing all around the room.
Being short has its advantages.
Building blocks are his favorite toy.
That child is going too far away from his parents.
Cooking dinner is fun for me.
I’m thankful for the friends I have made along the way.
I am walking towards you right now.
My grandma loves swimming leisurely in her pool.
She always dreamed of her wedding day.
Let’s start reading these books tomorrow.
I am not feeling great.
Missing you makes me so sad.
That is a warning sign.
Wear all black clothing tomorrow.
What is the meaning of that word?
Burning candles gives me a headache.
Lightning struck near my house.
The tide is rising.
She started drawing with crayons.
Let’s go camping and hiking tomorrow.
The kid won’t stop asking questions.
I am turning around right now.
The dog is barking loudly.
Want to go to Beijing next year?
I am coming home next weekend.
She regretted the shopping spree.
It is finally raining outside.
His fishing gear was packed in the car.
She kept changing her mind.
Your training starts early in the morning.
I devoured some chocolate pudding.
He is looking good and healthy.
The wrecking ball began breaking down walls.
I am setting up the game right now.
The baby loves blowing a kiss.
Tom ran outside and began climbing trees in his yard.
Want to go surfing in the morning?
I can’t sleep without cuddling with my blanket.
Let’s go sledding in the snow.
The bulldog barked at the cat outside.
Those pirates are searching for treasure.
I prefer chocolate icing on my cake.
The pilot began landing the plane.
Does this necklace belong to you?
He started talking loudly as the room filled with more people.
We should have started cleaning already.
The sibling rivalry in sports was intense.
I relaxed while I started painting a picture.
The air conditioner isn’t cooling the house down.
I won the spelling bee.
She dipped the chocolate in a thick coating of chocolate.
Is there a doctor among us?
Stacy is growing vegetables in her garden.
He began farming with his dad.
My hearing aid helps me.
I started saying yes, then changed my mind.
Her dad was tickling her.
I am teaching my students about exponents.
You should be sitting down when the show starts.
She is giving away shoes.
He was sleeping when she called.
Sara started jumping up and down in excitement.
My earring fell off.
I shook his hand and gave a warm greeting.
I was accepted at Wyoming State University.
She used her coping strategies when she was anxious.
I signed up for a diving class in Hawaii.
He was streaming gaming videos.
The lighting struck close to that tree.
He was hurt in a boating accident.
She found the best hiding spot for hide and seek.
I ordered us food at that hotdog stand.
There was not a spot left in the parking lot.
I dipped my dumpling in soy sauce.
My hands are shaking because of my nerves.
It started drizzling outside.
During a snowstorm, we love snuggling up with hot chocolate.
Is your knee healing well after your fall?
Her mom was combing her hair.
My ankle is hurting.
I don’t want my towel to be touching the water.
The gopher is poking its head up.
The truck backed into the loading dock.
She was spreading butter on her pancakes.
I am normally free during the afternoon.
That is a boring tv show.
He taught me about tying knots.
He was snoring so loudly.
It was a show stopping dress.
He won the golfing tournament.
The baby started clapping her hands.
I started running the race.
He is skipping down the street.
I am typing a sentence.
The car was racing through the streets.
I am calling my grandma later.
The siblings love dressing up as firefighters.
I am texting you the information.
Everything fell off the shelf.
It is an amazing drive to the mountain house.
The demanding toddler threw a fit.
I do not want anything from the coffee shop.
Thanksgiving dinner will be hosted by Lauren this year.
I fell at the beginning of the race.
The recycling bin is empty.
I am hosting a gathering of friends.
A ladybug landed on my arm.
I began bookkeeping at 20 years old.
I began carefully approaching the bear.
He is offering to host dinner.
It was a challenging obstacle course.
I am accepting a job offer from Amazon.
You have to start believing in yourself.
The boomerang soared back to me.
The bullfighting ring was crowded.
The hike had breathtaking views.
Taylor Swift was the recording artist of the year
I am just suggesting you stop yelling.
I studied programming in college.
Heather is avoiding sugar.
I am proud to see you succeeding so well in school.
The fluttering wings of the moth caught the wind.
I practiced strengthening my core.
I feel myself weakening the farther I run.
She was daydreaming while in school and missed an important lesson.
The outgoing email wouldn’t be sent.
He gave her an approving thumbs up.
I was awaiting my uber when I saw a crash.
We do not know how long he was surviving on the island.
The disgusting kitchen sink needs to be scrubbed.
It has been a long and exhausting day.
The imaging is clear.
She was adjusting her seatbelt.
He stopped answering the phone.
She got into the performing arts school.
I am applying for a job.
He had a threatening voice as he made his demands.
He is talented at woodworking.
I grabbed the measuring cup from the drawer.
His commanding tone was alerting.
I am surprising my mom with flowers.
I joined a traveling soccer team.
The scaffolding collapsed in the storm.
His scream was exclaiming.
It’s important that you are respecting me.
Her smile began brightening up when she saw her friends.
There is a scheduling conflict.
Mary will be attending the party.
Hayley was delighting in her accomplishments.
His little sister is annoying.
I am understanding.
I take a deep breath when I have overwhelming thoughts.
He is elevating his position within the company.
The air conditioning just broke.
Do not wake up a hibernating bear.
I am remodeling my kitchen.
She saved his life on the operating table.
When she heard the devastating news, she cried.
These decomposing leaves will make great mulch next year.
His condescending tone made her defensive.
The housewarming party was a success.
The motorcyclist was maneuvering through the traffic.
The aggravating behavior made her step back.
I am finalizing this invoice.
The artists at Disney are good at animating.
When I am stressed, I sometimes start overeating.
Let’s plan on exercising tomorrow morning.
He held the magnifying glass down to look at the ant.
The peacekeeping treaty was broken and war began.
I am barbecuing ribs for dinner.
Our shifts are alternating weekends off.
The skyrocketing prices of gas are alarming.
The magician’s disappearing act fooled everyone.
He is overturning the bill.
She cried when she heard the disappointing news.
I am investing in developing real estate.
It was a terrible misunderstanding.
The accelerating car speeds down the highway
She was exaggerating the truth to make her point.
He is procrastinating so much that he may not finish his work.
Paul is accompanying his wife to the formal dinner.
The fireman began administering first aid to the wounded lady.

G Words Speech Therapy Ideas

Here is a list of ideas to work on the g sound!


Favorite Board Games

Do you enjoy using fun and engaging activities in your therapy sessions? 

Board games are a great way to reinforce practice while working on your students’ sounds. 

Some fan-favorite board games to try are Jenga , Connect Four , or Tic Tac Toe to name a few. 

Boom Cards can be another fun and engaging way to strengthen your child or student’s articulation skills.

Here are a few favorite boom cards to work on the g sound: 

  • Free Articulation Boom Cards for /g/ – Speech Therapy by Teaching Talking – Use these digital articulation activities to practice the ‘g’ sound.
  • FREE Boom Cards and Printable Coloring Activity: Spring Early Developing Sounds by Bluebird Speech – Use this freebie as a fun and ready to use interactive activity that students can use on any device.
  • Boom Digital Cards Articulation K,G Sounds by Badger State Speechy – In this free set, you receive 1 set of Boom Cards for sorting k,g and t,d words by their beginning sounds. Students have the option of pressing the sound button to hear the words. This set is done in a fun apple-picking theme!
  • Free Initial G Sound Digital Pet Accessory Articulation Activity by Lil Mae’s Speech – This is a fun, free and interactive articulation activity where students say the speech sound located at the bottom of the page. To reinforce the sounds, students get to pick a pet accessory once completed!
  • FREE PREVIEW Hard G Initial Sound Digital BOOM Cards by ZenGee Classroom – Students use “Gary the Guinea Pig” to to practice the hard ‘g’ sound. This is perfect for pre-emergent and emergent readers who need targeted practice with an isolated sound to increase phonemic awareness.

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Velar fronting.

Velar fronting is when a back sound such as the /g/ sound is made in the front of the mouth, such as the /d/ sound.

For example, your child or student might say the word “date” for the word “gate”.

If your child or student is velar fronting or in other words using the /d/ sound in place of the /g/ sound a great way to work on reducing the velar fronting is to use minimal pairs. 

By using minimal pairs the child then practices the two sounds side by side and practices hearing and producing the different sounds. 

Typical and Atypical Phonological Processes and Age Ranges by Speech Therapy Store – If you want to learn more about phonological processes, such as velar fronting and what ages these processes are typical and what processes are atypical then be sure to check out my chart.

Here is a freebie to work on velar fronting:

  • No Prep K & G Articulation Fronting Game Boards by No Prep Speech Mom – These are fun board games for students to practice velar fronting /d/ for /g/.


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Minimal pairs.

If your child or student is velar fronting or replacing the g sound with the d sound these minimal pairs activities are perfect for you! 

Here are some different ways to work on velar fronting using minimal pairs.

  • Phonological Process Freebie: Velar Fronting Minimal Pair Match Up by Speech in the Sand – Play this fun matching game to work on /g/ and /d/ velar fronting. The first pages are for the sound /k/ and /t/, but simply keep scrolling and you will find the /g/ and /d/ minimal pairs.
  • Articulation Activity Go Fish D and G Minimal Pairs Speech Therapy by Speechies and Cream – Play a fun game of go fish using fun underwater characters to work on the g and d minimal pairs.
  • Minimal Pairs for Fronting of K and G Sounds by The Speech Chicks – This freebie includes 8 /g/ and /d/ minimal pair words with pictures. 

Picture Cards

 If your child or student is working on a single sound using picture cards is a great way to get multiple practices and exposure to a single sound. 

Here are a few picture cards to get you started:

  • Scroll to the bottom of this post and grab your free copy of printable and digital g practice picture cards. 
  • Use our ready to go digital flash cards above to get started right from your computer!
  • Fronting & Backing Minimal Pairs (/k/ /t/ and /g/ /d/) by Rachel’s Speech Goodies – Use these minimal pairs flashcards to target the phonological process of fronting/backing (/k/ and /t/ & /g/ and /d/ in both initial and final positions. There are 4 pages of kid-friendly picture cards and 1 page with the word lists.
  • Articulation Practice Card /G/-FREE! Distance Learning by A Green and Gold Speech Therapist – This freebie includes practice sets of 30 pictures that include the /g/ sound in initial, medial and final positions. Included is a list of activities in varying levels of difficulty.
  • Letter Sound Picture Cards by Just Ask Judy – This is a free set of letter/ sound picture cards, perfect for introductory lessons in preschool or kindergarten. Each card has a lowercase letter and a key picture representing the sound the letter stands for.

Language Skills

Do you have a group of students who need both language therapy and articulation for the g sound?

If so, here are a few ideas to do language skills alongside g articulation therapy.

  • Speech Thera py Articulation Fortune Teller Origami by Speech Therapy Store – Not only can you work on the g sound as well as a ton of other sounds it’s fun! Have your language students work on following directions, requesting materials (scissors, paper, etc.), and practice taking turns.
  • Free Speech Therapy Activities for Articulation & Language by Fun in Speech – Grab some shaving cream and have some fun! There are pages for the g sound as well as pages for synonyms, categories, and rhyming!
  • Dough Articulation: K, G, F, S by Jenna Rayburn Kirk from Speech Room News – Have some students work on their G sound while others can play along while working on following directions, making requests (supplies, colors, etc.), as well as working on categories, such as what category are a dog, frog, and pig in?

Auditory Bombardment

Sometimes the first thing a language therapist or speech-language pathologist might do to work on a new sound for a child with an articulation disorder at the elementary school level would be to work on auditory bombardment. 

Auditory bombardment is when you say words with only speech sounds that the child or student is struggling with and provide correct production examples. 

For example, if the child is working on the g sound you might read a list of 20 g words to the child so they can hear the correct production of that sound repeatedly. 

See the list of g words above and start by saying 20 words to your child or student while producing the correct g sound to model and allow them to hear the correct production over and over again.

This is simply a listening activity for the child or student to give them the opportunity to hear the correct production of the sound they are struggling to produce themselves.

In Conclusion: G Words Speech Therapy

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G Words for Speech Therapy (Word Lists and Activities)

If you’re a speech-language pathologist looking for a quick list of initial and final g target words to practice during therapy, this article provides the perfect starting place! You’ll also find excellent ideas for making speech therapy more fun with a variety of engaging games, resources, and articulation activities for teaching the g sound. This blog post provides a list of initial and final g words, and it also suggests a variety of strategies for teaching correct placement. If you’re interested, you may also want to check out this article on eliciting k sounds.

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Correct Position of the Tongue for the G Sound

The g sound is a lingua-velar stop sound. It is a voiced sound, meaning the vocal folds vibrate during production. The correct production of g involves the front of the tongue (the tongue tip) being placed behind the front lower teeth. The back part of your tongue is lifted, or raised, during g production. It makes contact with the soft palate. This forms a seal. Air pressure builds up behind the tongue. When the soft palate seal breaks, we hear an explosion of air as it is released into the oral cavity.

Reference: Peña-Brooks Adriana, and M. N. Hegde. Articulation and Phonological Disorders: Assessment and Treatment Resource Manual , PRO-ED, Austin, TX, 2007,

Common G Sound Errors

Sometimes, students with articulation disorders or phonological disorders have difficulty producing the g sound. The g sound is considered to be a “back sound”. Young children may substitute sounds made in the back of the mouth (like velar sounds, k and g), for sounds made in the front of the mouth (such or t or d). This is a phonological process called velar fronting .

A child might also completely leave off endings sounds, such as the g sound. An example would be saying “dah” for “dog”. This is a phonological process known as final consonant deletion . Read about more phonological processes , which can impact the intelligibility of a child’s speech.

These are g words for speech therapy and activities to teach the g sound and target velar fronting.

How To Teach the G Sound in Speech Therapy

If you are a speech language pathologist working on this target sound with a student, there are many different ways to elicit production.

Articulation Tools for Teaching the G Sound

There are a few tools a speech therapist may like to have on hand when teaching the g sound to young children in speech and language therapy. Typically, these tools include a typodont, a mirror, and a tongue depressor.

A typodont is a helpful tool because it can be used to show lingual placement. I often tap behind the bottom front teeth on a typodont to remind my students to keep the tongue tip down.

A speech therapist might consider using a mirror in speech therapy in order to provide extra visual feedback.

A tongue depressor might be helpful to help assist with keeping the tongue in the correct position.

Strategies for Teaching the G Sound in Speech Therapy

A speech language therapist might find it beneficial to try giving this sound a silly name. It could be something like “your gulping sound”.

Need some ideas for tongue placement? Velars (k and g) can sometimes be elicited by having your student lay on his back. This can help get the tongue into the correct position.

I often have to place a lot of emphasis on inhibiting tongue tip elevation. Frequently, I give several reminders to my students when I see the tongue tip lifting. I will use descriptions like “this is your tongue DOWN sound”. I also often say things like “touch your bottom front teeth”.

Simple reminders such as, “Uh oh! Your tongue tip went up!”, paired with a hand motion are a great way to help students understand how to place and position the front of the tongue and the back of the tongue.

Many students find auditory bombardment helpful. This involves reading a story, or a list of words, to your student. The list includes the target sound. The student needs to listen to, but not repeat, the words.

SLPs may wish to use the word lists included in this post for auditory bombardment.

Finally, school SLPs may wish to incorporate minimal pairs into articulation therapy sessions.

Speech Sound Word Lists for the G Sound

The following word lists contain words with the initial g sound, medial g sound, and final g sound. These articulation word lists allow the SLP to easily work on a target sound in speech therapy. Quickly pull these word lists up during your speech therapy session and pair them with the game or activity of your choice. These lists are helpful for a student with an articulation disorder. To practice at the sentence level, have students combine words and generate sentences.

Initial G Word List for Speech Therapy

Here is a list of initial g words (g at the beginning of a word) to use in speech therapy:

Medial G Word List for Speech Therapy

Here is a list of medial g words (g in the middle of a word) to use in speech therapy:

Final G Word List for Speech Therapy

Here is a list of final g words (g in the final position of words) for speech-language pathologists to use in speech therapy:

Speech Therapy Activities for the G Sound

Speech-language pathologists need effective materials to target a variety of speech sounds. Here are articulation activities that a speech therapist can use to target the g sound in speech therapy.

G Words Speech Therapy Articulation Picture Cards

School SLPs will love these articulation speech sound mouth cards , which target a variety of specific speech sounds, including the g sound! For each speech sound, a mouth visual is provided. Target sounds are provided in initial, medial, and final word positions. This visual cue is very effective when trying to teach a new sound in speech therapy!

This is an initial g words speech therapy activity for speech language pathologists to use with young children.

To assemble, simply print out the cards, laminate them, then cut them out. Assemble them together using a binder ring for easy storage. Print them out and send them for home practice to help a child practice with parents or caregivers. These cards offer a fun way to target articulation objectives in speech and language therapy.

Velar Fronting Minimal Pairs

Minimal pairs can be a fantastic way to target velar fronting in speech therapy! These minimal pairs are extremely easy for busy speech-language pathologists to use because every piece needed for a successful session is included on one organized page.

These are minimal pairs for velar fronting (g initial). They can be used in speech therapy to treat phonological disorders.

No more searching through endless cards, trying to find minimal pairs that fit your student’s needs! Auditory bombardment lists, an auditory discrimination activity, and minimal pair words are included on each page. This resource is also included in a Minimal Pairs Bundle .

Digital K and G Articulation Activity

This no print k and g articulation activity is perfect for teletherapy or in-person speech therapy sessions! Target k and g speech sounds at the word level while catching fireflies! After your student says a target word, tap the screen and the firefly will “move” into the jar. It is a simple, yet motivating articulation activity. This resource targets initial k, medial k, final k, initial g, medial g, and final g words. It is also available in a bundle .

Articulation Games for Speech Therapy

Want to try some fun games to make articulation drill more exciting?

Here are some of my favorite suggestions:

  • Let’s Go Fishin’ – this game makes it easy to practice the word ‘go’ each time a child catches a fish!
  • Gator Golf- practice the words ‘gator’ or ‘golf’ with each turn
  • Gobble Monster Game – have your students practice the word ‘gobble’ before each turn

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More Articulation Words for Speech-Language Pathologists

Are you in a hurry and need this article summed up? To see the g words, simply scroll up. Next, make sure to try out these best-selling g sound articulation resources:

  • speech sound mouth cards
  • velar fronting minimal pairs (also available as part of the Minimal Pairs Bundle )
  • digital k and g articulation activity for teletherapy

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Free G initial words list and 40 flashcards

G initial words.

Here are a couple of initial G words lists, 40 free PDF flashcards, and some example sentences that can be used for pronunciation exercises. These resources can be used for articulation lessons with ESL learners and speech therapy for any speakers who have issues making the /g/ sound.

The printable Word list above features just over 100 words with the initial G sound. While the list below contains 200 words.

What are G initial words? They are simply words where the /g/ sound appears at the beginning of the word. If the sound occurs in the middle of a word it is known as the medial position. If it is at the end, it is in the final position.

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This list of words with the initial G or /g/ sound is much more comprehensive than the PDF above. It has been organized in alphabetical order to make navigating it easier. You can use this list to create your own initial G word activities.

It should be noted that while the majority of this list contains the hard G sound there are also instances of soft G words , and even a few instances of a silent G.

G inital words flashcards

Next, we have some beautiful flashcards of G initial words with real photographs and words. All 40 flashcards use the hard G sound. These are great for playing games and make learning enjoyable.

You will also find that learners are much more interested in practicing this area of pronunciation when they are presented with these visual teaching aids.

The 40 words on these printables are – 

Sheet 1 – galah, galaxy, gallop, garbage, garlic, gas, gate, and gator.

Sheet 2 – gecko, glass, glide, glow, goal, gonna, goat, and goggles.

Sheet 3 – gold, golf, gong, goose, gorge, gorilla, gourd, and gown.

Sheet 4 – grain, grape, grate, gravy, Greek, green, grid, and grill.

Sheet 5 – grin, grind, grow, guard, guava, guitar, gulf, and gum.

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Practice sentences with G initial words

Try these simple yet fun sentences for learners looking to practice initial G words.

The girl is going to Ghana.

A gliding golden goose.

The gorilla grabbed the grapes.

A gecko in a guava garden.

Growing green Greek gourds.

She’s got grilled goose with garlic gravy.

Gary gave a goat a gift.

A glowing glass ghost.

Gazing at gaunt gazelles grazing gracefully.

Go and get the guitar gear.

Gabrielle got good grades.

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The “g” sound is a voiced velar plosive, which means that it is produced by briefly stopping the airflow from the lungs using the back of the tongue (velar) and then releasing it in a sudden burst (plosive). The vocal cords vibrate during the production of this sound, which creates a buzzing or humming sensation in the throat.

To produce the “g” sound, you need to raise the back of your tongue towards the soft palate or velum, which is located at the back of your mouth, and then release it while simultaneously pushing air out of your lungs. This creates a sudden burst of sound that is characterized by a low-pitched, vibrating noise. You can try producing this sound by saying the word “go” or “get” and paying attention to the way your tongue and vocal cords work together to create the sound. In phonetics, this sound is represented by the symbol /g/. It is also sometimes referred to as the “voiced velar plosive.”

Here are few tips you can follow to teach the “g” sound:

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Demonstrate the sound : Start by demonstrating the “G” sound for your child. Make the sound and have your child watch your lips and mouth movements. Explain that the sound is made by pressing the back of the tongue against the soft palate and releasing it with a voiced sound.

Visual Cue : Show the child how to place the back of their tongue against the soft palate at the back of their mouth, and then release the air with a voiced sound. You can use a mirror to help the child see how their tongue is positioned. You can also use a visual cue such as a picture or flashcard of a “G” to help your child remember the sound.

Understand the sound: Help your child understand that the “G” sound is a voiced consonant made by pressing the back of the tongue against the soft palate and releasing it with a voiced sound.

Practice Blowing: Help your child get used to the sensation of releasing air with their tongue by having them practice blowing out candles, blowing bubbles, or blowing feathers across a table.

Practice Tongue Placement: Show your child how to keep the back of their tongue flat and relaxed while making the “G” sound. You can make it more fun by having them imitate animal sounds, such as a growling dog or a grunting pig, while using the “G” sound.

Practice in Isolation : Once your child has mastered the correct tongue and mouth position, have them practice making the “G” sound on its own without any other sounds.

Add Syllables: After your child has mastered the “G” sound in isolation, have them practice using it in different syllables, such as “ga,” “ge,” and “go.” You can make it more fun by having them say words like “giraffe,” “gum,” and “goofy.”

Practice in Words: Once your child has mastered the “G” sound in syllables, have them practice using it in different words such as “girl,” “goat,” and “green.”

Practice in Phrases: After your child has mastered the “G” sound in words, have them practice using it in phrases like “big girl,” “my goat,” and “green grass.”

Practice in Sentences: Finally, have your child practice using the “G” sound in different sentences such as “I have a big girl bike,” “The goat ate the grass,” and “Green is my favorite color.”

Practice Everywhere: Encourage your child to practice using the “G” sound in different contexts, such as during playtime, mealtime, or while reading books. You can also make it more fun by having them use the “G” sound in different accents or dialects.

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When you’re working on helping your child with their speech and articulation, it’s essential to focus on specific sounds to improve their skills. One of the critical sounds in speech therapy is the G sound. G words can be found in various positions within words: initial, medial, and final. Each position may require slightly different strategies in speech therapy. To address an articulation disorder, speech-language pathologists often use a variety of activities and tools, such as audio recordings, games, and books, to help clients practice the G sound in a fun and engaging way.

A good starting point for working on G words in speech therapy is identifying voice and voiceless pairs. These pairs can help you focus on the correct positioning and airflow needed for accurate G sound production. For example, the voiceless pair for the G sound is the K sound. By practicing words containing both G and K sounds, you can better understand the differences between them and improve your articulation.

Articulation activities play a crucial role in the development of the G sound. Speech-language pathologists often provide clients with word lists containing initial, medial, and final G words. These lists can serve as a foundation for various activities such as flashcards, sentence building, and reading passages. Client-specific activities can also be developed, keeping in mind their interests and preferences.

Constant practice is essential for improving articulation and mastering the G sound. As a client or a speech-language pathologist, incorporating G words into daily routines and communication can be highly beneficial. Encourage conversation, storytelling, and reading materials that focus on G words to reinforce practice and enhance overall progress.

Remember, working on G words in speech therapy is a dynamic and gradual process. As you continue to practice and engage in articulation activities, you’ll notice improvements in your speech and articulation abilities over time. Always approach the process with patience, persistence, and a friendly attitude to ensure success.

Importance of G Sound

Working on the G sound in speech therapy is essential as it helps improve your pronunciation and expands your vocabulary. This  voiced sound  is a common component in the English language and can be found in various words. Mastering the G sound can lead to a boost in confidence when speaking and communicating with others.

The G sound requires proper articulation, involving the use of your soft palate and vocal cords. When pronouncing the G sound, the back of your tongue should make contact with your  soft palate , while your vocal cords vibrate simultaneously. It’s crucial to be mindful of these processes as they play a significant role in producing a clear and accurate G sound.

In addition to the G sound, it’s essential to differentiate it from the /k/ sound in speech therapy. Both the  k and g sounds  are produced in the same location in the mouth, but with a critical difference: the G sound is voiced, while the /k/ sound is voiceless. Being able to distinguish between these paired sounds can enhance your overall speech clarity and articulation skills.

There are also soft g sounds and hard g sounds. The rule to remember which is which, is as follows:  When g meets a, o, or u, its sound is hard.   When g meets e, i, or y, its sound is soft .

To sum up, incorporating G sound practice in your speech therapy sessions can greatly benefit your pronunciation, vocabulary, and articulation. Remember to pay close attention to the role of your soft palate and vocal cords, and be aware of the differences between the G sound and its voiceless counterpart, the /k/ sound. Keep up the good work, and your efforts will surely lead to improved speech proficiency.

Teaching Methods for G Words

When it comes to speech therapy, teaching the G sound can be quite an adventure. As a parent of a child who is having speech therapy or is waiting to receive it, there are numerous techniques you can employ to help children master this sound. The key to success is practicing often and incorporating a variety of strategies.

First and foremost, your resources are your best friends. Books, games, and picture cards all offer fantastic ways to engage young learners. A favorite activity among speech therapists is using  G Word Lists and Activity Ideas . These lists include initial, medial, and final G word suggestions, along with appropriate games and book recommendations tailored to the G sound.

Since children tend to learn better through play, incorporating games into speech practise sessions at home can be a game-changer. Utilize age-appropriate games that involve the G sound, such as guessing games or picture card matching activities. You may also create your own G-themed games, such as a scavenger hunt where children must find objects that start with the G sound.

While working on the pronunciation of G words, provide your child with ample opportunities to observe their mouth movements. One useful tool for this purpose is a mirror. Encourage them to focus on their tongue placement and the way it feels when they correctly produce the G sound. By allowing children to see and feel the differences in their mouth, they can better understand the necessary actions to produce the G sound.

Flashcards are another excellent resource to use outside of speech therapy sessions. You can create or purchase sets of flashcards featuring G words at various positions within words (initial, medial, and final). These visual aids can help children associate the sound with its spelling and encourage them to practice the G sound in various contexts.

Remember, patience and encouragement are essential when helping children develop their speech skills. By utilizing these various teaching methods for G words in speech therapy, you’ll be well on your way to helping them master the G sound in a friendly and engaging manner. 

Role of Word Lists in Therapy

When it comes to speech therapy, word lists play a crucial role in helping your child or yourself develop and practice correct pronunciation of specific sounds. Among these, G words are quite common in language and working on them can significantly improve your articulation skills. So, let’s delve into the benefits of using word lists and explore some essential G word categories.

One of the significant reasons to use word lists in therapy is their ability to provide a structured approach to practicing particular sounds. In the case of G words, there are different types of lists, such as  initial G words , medial G words, and  final G words . By breaking down the words into groups based on their positions, it becomes easier for you to focus on and master the specific sound within different contexts.

Another advantage of using word lists is their potential to incorporate common vocabularies or  target words  you’ll encounter regularly in daily communication. This makes your child’s practice more functional, ensuring that they’re not only working on improving sound pronunciation but also enhancing their overall language skills.

Articulation Practice with G Words

Friendly and consistent practice is essential in mastering speech sounds like the /g/ sound. As you begin your articulation practice, remember that the  g  sound is a back sound, produced when the back of the tongue touches the soft palate in the back of the mouth. To help you understand the right tongue placement, consider checking out some  articulation worksheets . 

When practicing G words, it’s crucial to have a variety of initial, medial, and final G words to work with. Start with simple words like  gum, goat, and dog , progressing to more complex words and phrases as you become more comfortable with the sound. You can find comprehensive  G word lists for speech therapy  that cater to different speech requirements.

Incorporate various activities into your child’s practice to make it engaging and fun. For example, you could play games, read  books focusing on G words , or even create a word treasure hunt challenge. Aim for a minimum of 100 trials in each practice session, focusing on functional words that you regularly use in your everyday conversations.

As you practice, it’s important to remain patient and maintain a positive, friendly attitude. Encourage yourself by celebrating small achievements along the way. Make sure to practice regularly and consistently to reinforce learning and improve your G word articulation in everyday speech.

Remember, mastering the G sound takes time, persistence, and dedication. Keep practicing, use various G words and activities, ensuring proper tongue placement and speech sound production. With consistent effort, you’ll notice improvements in your child’s G word articulation over time. 

Specific G Words for Therapy

Incorporating a variety of G words into speech therapy sessions can help clients practice and improve their articulation of the G sound. In this section, you’ll find a selection of G words that may be used in various activities and games during therapy sessions. These words are organized based on their position within the word (initial, medial, or final) and also include compound words and multisyllabic examples.

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Combating Phonological Processes

Phonological processes are simplifications that young children use while learning to talk. They’re a normal part of language development but can become problematic if they persist beyond a certain age. Two common phonological processes we’ll discuss are  fronting  and  context-sensitive voicing .

Fronting : Fronting occurs when a child replaces a sound that should be produced in the back of the mouth, like “g” (as in “goat”) or “k” (as in “cat”) with a sound produced in the front of the mouth, like “t” or “d.” To address fronting, try these strategies:

  • Encourage your child to pay attention to the placement of their tongue when they say words with “g” or “k.”
  • Use visual cues, such as a mirror, to help your child see where their tongue should be when producing these sounds.
  • Practice with minimal pairs, which are pairs of words that differ by only one sound, such as “goat” and “toat” or “cat” and “tat.”

Context-sensitive voicing : This process involves replacing a voiceless sound with a voiced sound. For example, when “pig” is pronounced as “big” or “car” is pronounced as “gar.” To help your child work on context-sensitive voicing, consider these tips:

  • Teach them the difference between voiced and voiceless sounds, and practice each sound in isolation.
  • Focus on pairs of sounds that have the same place and manner of articulation but differ in voicing, such as /p/ and /b/ or /t/ and /d/.
  • Use auditory and visual feedback methods, like listening to recordings of your child’s speech, to help them hear and see the difference between voiced and voiceless sounds.

Remember to be patient and supportive as your child works on these skills. With consistent practice and encouragement, you’ll see progress in combating phonological processes. Good luck!

Therapy Resources and Materials

As a speech therapist or a parent looking for  G word resources , there are a variety of helpful materials available to support your speech therapy sessions. Here, we will explore some of the resources and tools that can enhance your therapy sessions and make them more engaging and effective.

To start, consider finding online resources with plenty of  articulation activities  to keep your sessions diverse, and keep your clients motivated. Websites like  Speech and Language at Home  or  Speech Therapy Talk  can be great starting points for finding G word lists and speech therapy activities.

As a member of various professional speech therapy websites and organizations, you can access additional resources, tips, and support from your peers. Make sure to take advantage of professional memberships that offer exclusive content and materials catered towards speech therapists.

Flashcards  can be a very useful tool when practicing G words, as they allow the visual representation of the word, as well as the auditory component when spoken out loud. You can find  600+ G Words Lists for Speech Therapy Articulation or create your own set of flashcards, such as boom cards, tailored to your child’s needs.

For more hands-on activities, consider incorporating books into your therapy session that emphasize G words. Reading these books together can provide a fun and engaging way to practice G word pronunciation and improve overall articulation.

Picture cards  are another effective way to work on G words in speech therapy. By providing a visual representation of the word, you can help clients associate sounds with their corresponding images. Try using resources like  K and G Words, Lists, Materials, and Everything You Need!  for picture cards and other helpful tools to supplement your speech therapy activities.

Remember to keep your tone friendly and adapt to the needs of your clients as you explore these resources and materials. Your dedication to enriching their therapy experience can go a long way in promoting progress in their speech and communication development.

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Free G sound articulation words flashcards for autism and speech therapy. Initial, medial and final word lists download printable PDF worksheets. G sound articulation picture flashcards are a valuable in helping autistic children learn the “g” sound. The “g” sound, known as a voiced velar stop, is produced by briefly stopping the airflow with the back of the tongue against the soft part of the roof of the mouth (the velum) and then releasing it with a burst of sound. Targeting different word positions through flashcards helps proper production of the sound and improves speech development.

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Word Lists For Articulation & More!

It is handy to have word lists for speech therapy at your fingertips for extra articulation practice or for a quick game during therapy.

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Click on a letter below to take you to the corresponding FREE list, Google Drive version, free handouts, quick cues, and activities that require NO device or Flashcards! Remember the letters represent a sound.

Word Lists For Speech Therapy By Sound:

L    blends, r    blends, s    blends, vowels .

Let's not forget about vowels! I have word lists for ALL vowels here!

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Are you wondering how to use these word lists effectively? Are you still learning what articulation practice is all about? Don’t worry, click on   articulation practice overview using these word list s.

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If you need home practices, articulation cards, cariboo cards, sentence level practice sheets, and teaching cue cards/materials, please click the image below. All materials use high-frequency words (aka, words that kids actually say!)

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Word Lists for G Sound

  • January 1, 2021
  • Activity Type , Articulation , G Sound , Materials , Speech , Word Lists

Word Lists for G Sound

No more trying to come up with words off the top of your head! Word lists make it SO much easier for you when having students practice targeted sounds and are great for auditory bombardment. With this file, you’ll have 200 words that include /g/ at your fingertips!

Included are:

  • Initial /g/ (1 syllable) – 50 words
  • Initial /g/ (2+ syllables) – 50 words
  • Medial /g/ – 50 words
  • Final /g/ – 50 words

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Two Trump Sons Set to Speak at G.O.P. Convention, but No Word on Melania

Donald Trump’s daughters also were not on the list of next week’s speakers released by the Trump campaign and Republican National Committee.

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Eric Trump speaking at a lectern at a rally for his father’s campaign in Doral, Fla., this week.

By Michael Gold

  • July 13, 2024, 4:09 p.m. ET

In the days before former President Donald J. Trump formally accepts his party’s nomination at the Republican National Convention in Milwaukee, at least four of his family members, several of his former primary rivals and dozens of elected officials have been scheduled to deliver speeches, the Trump campaign and Republican National Committee announced on Saturday.

But Mr. Trump’s wife, Melania Trump, was not on the list of “headliners and keynote speakers” provided by the campaign. The Trump campaign did not immediately respond to questions about whether its speaker list was complete. A representative for Mrs. Trump did not immediately respond to a question about whether she planned to attend the convention.

Mrs. Trump spoke at her husband’s previous two nominating conventions. But she has largely kept out of the spotlight during his third presidential campaign, including a Super Tuesday party at Mar-a-Lago, Mr. Trump’s private club and residence in Florida. She has not joined him on the trail, nor did she accompany him at any point during his criminal trial in Manhattan.

The list of convention speakers included Mr. Trump’s two older sons, Eric and Donald Jr.; Eric’s wife, Lara Trump, who is a co-chair of the Republican National Committee; and Donald Jr.’s fiancée, Kimberly Guilfoyle.

Neither of Mr. Trump’s daughters, Tiffany and Ivanka, nor their spouses, Michael Boulos and Jared Kushner, respectively, were on the list. Both women delivered speeches at Mr. Trump’s nominating conventions in 2016 and 2020.

With Republicans eager to display their unity next week — particularly in the face of Democratic infighting over whether President Biden should remain their party’s nominee — several of Mr. Trump’s former primary rivals will be given speaking spots.

They include Gov. Ron DeSantis of Florida, whom Mr. Trump spent much of his primary attacking and humiliating , and Vivek Ramaswamy, an entrepreneur who ran as a Trump acolyte then quickly endorsed him. Nikki Haley, the former governor of South Carolina who was the last Republican to end her primary campaign, was not on the campaign’s list, but she has urged her delegates to support Mr. Trump.

A flurry of elected Republican officials and candidates are scheduled to speak, including some who had previously rocky relationships with Mr. Trump, such as Gov. Glenn Youngkin of Virginia and Dave McCormick, the Republican Senate candidate in Pennsylvania.

The celebrities who have been invited to speak include Tucker Carlson, the former Fox News host with whom Mr. Trump is close; Amber Rose, the model and entertainment figure who once dated Kanye West; Savannah Chrisley, a reality television personality; and Dana White, the chief executive of the Ultimate Fighting Championship.

Top contenders to be Mr. Trump’s running mate — Gov. Doug Burgum of North Dakota, Senator Marco Rubio of Florida and Senator J.D. Vance of Ohio and — were on the list, too.

And the speaker list includes at least one animal: Babydog, an English bulldog, who will join her owner, Gov. Jim Justice of West Virginia, onstage.

Michael Gold is a political correspondent for The Times covering the campaigns of Donald J. Trump and other candidates in the 2024 presidential elections. More about Michael Gold

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Free SLP Final G Materials, Games, Activities, Flashcards, and more!

Final g virtual games and activities, freeslp offers tons of virtual slp materials for the s sound. to help target the g sound in the initial, medial, and final positions, we have created g tic-tac-toe, connect 4, virtual flashcards, virtual progression cards, battleship, spot-it, candy land, soccer, painting, and more to view our all free g sound virtual games and materials, click below:, final g sound games and activities link.

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Downloadable Final G Materials

We also have tons of free no-prep downloadable g sound materials. g sound printables that we currently have include: g flashcards, qr code scavenger hunt, progression cards, spot-it, word finds, tic-tac-toe, bingo, candy land, connect 4, battleship and more if you're looking for more engaging ways to teach the g sound, hopefully you find these materials helpful to view our all free g sound virtual games and materials, click below:, final g no-prep downloadables.

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Final G Sound Animated Videos

Animated videos for each sound teaching how to produce the sound as well as animated articulation adventures for each sound adventure across safaris, space, the world of minecraft, and more while teaching your child how to make awesome g sounds to view our all free g animated videos, click the link below:.

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Final G Artic Hierarchy Activities

Virtual materials to target g from the isolation level all the way up to the conversational level whether you're targeting sounds at the word, phrase, sentence, paragraph, story, or conversational levels, we have free and engaging speech therapy materials for each to view our all free g hierarchy activities, click below:.

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Final G Filterable Flashcards

Over 1,000+ flashcards that you can sort by target sound, position of sound, syllables, blends, and more add words to your custom word list and print out the flashcards to view our all free g sound virtual games and materials, click below:, final g filterable flashcards.

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Final G sound overview page

What age should my kid be able to say the g sound.

Children typically are able to correctly produce the G sound around 3 years old.

Is the G sound a voiced sound?

Yes, the G sound is a voiced sound?

Is the G sound a Dorsal Velar sound?

Yes, the G sound is a dorsal velar sound.

Is the G sound a stop?

Yes, the G sound is a stop.

What is the difference between C / K and G?

The C / K and G sound are produced exactly the same with one exception.  The difference between C / K and G is that the C / K sound is voiceless and the G sound is a voiced sound.

50 Initial G Words

40 medial g words.

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35 Final G Words

How do i make the g sound, how  to make the “g” sound:.

  • Tell the child to bring the back of their tongue(called the dorsum) up to the back part of the mouth(called the soft palate).  Lifting up the back part of our tongue stops the airflow from coming out of our mouths!
  • Turn  on   your voice ( voice is the rumbling in your vocal folds.  Have your child/client place their hand on their/your neck during the production of “c/k” and “g”, and have them feel the difference between the two.  In the production of “c/k”, there should be no rumble or voicing.  While in the production of “g”, there should be a rumbling or voicing.)
  • Next we lower our tongue and push air out explosively at the same time!

Tricks and Tips for producing the “g” sound:

  • Tell the child we are going to trap the air from escaping using the back of our tongue.  We need to make a hump or a hill using the back of our tongue and bring it to the roof of our mouth.
  • A fun and tasty way to teach the child where to put their tongue for a “g” production is to put some Nutella, peanut butter, sour candy gel, or any other spreadable food they enjoy on the soft middle portion of the back of the mouth(soft palate).  Once the child has felt the spot a few times, have them try to blow out air while lowering the tongue at the same time!
  • If your child is replacing their “g” sounds with “d” sounds. (“dod” for dog”), try using a tongue depressor to hold down the tip of their tongue which should also help the back of their tongue bunch up.
  • Place your hand where the child’s jaw and neck meet, and during “g” productions, lightly push up to help remind them to raise the back of their tongue.
  • To visually show the child how we explosively release air from our mouths to produce the “g” sound, hold a piece of string in front of their mouths, and have them try to move the string with the release of air.  It is important to remind them to remember to use their voicing during this activity!
  • If you have a board game that uses a spinner, have the child see if they can move the spinner using the explosions of air from their mouths.
  • Have the child tilt their head back and look up at the ceiling.  By doing so, our tongues tend to fall into the back of our mouths into the position we need to make the “g” sounds
  • Challenge the child to an imaginary water/juice/milk drinking contest.  See you can making the “g” gulping noise the most times in 10 or 30 seconds!

G Sound Overview

If you are looking for tips and tricks on how to produce the perfect G sounds; click the link below:

Virtual Materials for Each Level of Artic Practice:

Target the G sound at the isolation level with 3 different activities: Isolation Animation, Pop the Bubbles, and Click the Button!

Target G at the syllable level with our virtual flashcards!

We have three activities for targeting G at the word level: 1.) Classic flashcards with initial, medial, final, and mixed sets. 2.) Minimal Pair Sliders 3.) Name the Photos (Have the computer give you feedback on your sound productions!)

G phrase flashcards with sets targeting G in the initial, medial, final, and mixed positions!

Target G at the sentence level with our rotating sentences activity!

Our G story is full of G target sounds and tongue twisters! Read it yourself or play it out loud and then repeat it back!

We have two ways to target G at the conversation level: 1.) Silly story scenes full of G target words. 2.) Conversation starter questions.

G Virtual Materials

List of All the Free G Sound Virtual Activities and Games

G flashcards, g progression cards, g soccer shootout, g escape from dragon's dungeon, g fish's flight to freedom, g witch's brew, g summer sundae dash, g fall apple quest, g halloween candy chompers, g thanksgiving treats, g cupid's valentines candies, g marshmallows' mad dash, g unicorn artic derby, g train track dash, g space race, g flashlight finder, g feed the bear, g pumpkin carving, g build-a-snowman, g thanksgiving dinner, g tic-tac-toe, g candy land, g connect 4, g battleship, g artic ninja, g volt runner, g artic clicker, g pizza jumper, g artic cruiser, g space invaders, g spot the differences, g treasure hunt, g crossword, g word find 1, g word find 2.

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List of All the Free G Sound Downloadable and Printable and Games

G artic qr scavenger hunt, g artic progression cards, g artic spot the match, initial artic g flashcards, medial artic g flashcard, final artic g flashcards, g articulation carrier phrases, g articulation word find, g articulationtic-tac-toe, g articulation coloring sheet, g cartoon character flashcards, g articulation dice, g articulation flipbook, g artic bingo, g artic candyland, g artic cariboo cards, g artic battleship, g articulation connect 4.

G Printables

Free no-prep, virtual, and downloadable options available!

Free SLP articulation word lists, flashcards with pictures, downloadable PDFs and more!

Materials target the G sound in the initial, medial, and final positions!

Whether you are looking for printable, no-prep, or virtual materials, FreeSLP offers free G sound activities for students of every level!

We hope these G articulation activities and exercises for speech therapy help your child / student learn how to make s sounds!

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