Speech Therapy B Word Targets

These word lists are an invaluable resource for speech therapists targeting articulation skills and eliciting phonemes.

    ZH words for speech therapy

    • Words beginning with ZH

      Not used in English.

    • Words ending with ZH

      barrage

      bon voyage

      camouflage

      collage

      corsage

      dressage

      entourage

      garage

      luge

      massage

      mirage

      rouge

    • Words with ZH in the middle | Syllable Initial

      Asia

      aversion

      conclusion

      confusion

      conversion

      erosion

      explosion

      illusion

      leisure

      lesion

      protrusion

      version

    • Words with ZH in the middle | Syllable Final

      casual

      collision

      decision

      division

      measure

      pleasure

      precision

      revision

      supervision

      television

      treasure

      vision

    Word Lists for SLPs

    These word lists serve as invaluable tools for speech-language pathologists aiming to enhance articulation skills or phoneme elicitation. Whether you're an experienced professional or an NQP in the field, these meticulously curated lists offer a comprehensive and convenient reference point. Designed to streamline the process of speech sound therapy, they cater to diverse needs and levels of proficiency. Whether utilized in individual therapy sessions or integrated into classroom activities, these lists provide practitioners with a wealth of words tailored to target specific phonemes in specific word positions – initial, medial, and final. The accompanying flashcards facilitate efficient and effective intervention, ultimately contributing to enhanced outcomes for clients. What's included in the wordlists? Targeted practice: Each list concentrates on a specific articulation sound, covering word positions at the beginning, middle, and end for targeted practice. Common and functional words: The lists feature functional words commonly encountered and used in daily conversations for practical application. Clear articulation: The word choices minimize sounds that might interfere with the production of the target sound, ensuring clear and accurate practice.