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500+ Free SLP G Materials, Games, Activities, Flashcards, and more!

500+ Free SLP G Materials, Games, Activities, Flashcards, and more!

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:

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:

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:

Yes, the G sound is a voiced sound?

Yes, the G sound is a dorsal velar sound.

Yes, the G sound is a stop.

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.

  1. Garden
  2. Glide
  3. Ghost
  4. Go
  5. Grape
  6. Glitter
  7. Giggle
  8. Ghost
  9. Group
  10. Glue
  11. Gentle
  12. Gum
  13. Glow
  14. Gas
  15. Gecko
  16. Gigantic
  17. Gopher
  18. Gobble
  19. Gadget
  20. Giggly
  21. Glisten
  22. Gloom
  23. Gravy
  24. Gary
  25. Gasp
  26. Glaze
  27. Gaze
  28. Glider
  29. Grind
  30. Gadget
  31. Goose
  32. Galaxy
  33. Grasp
  34. Globe
  35. Giddy
  36. Giggle
  37. Grease
  38. Goop
  39. Golly
  40. Grow
  41. Gab
  42. Grind
  43. Gravy
  44. Greet
  45. Glove
  46. Glisten
  47. Grasp
  48. Grief
  49. Groom
  50. Grin

  1. Wagon
  2. Forget
  3. Jogging
  4. Bagel
  5. Goggles
  6. Hanger
  7. Eggplant
  8. Juggle
  9. Dagger
  10. Bigger
  11. Alligator
  12. Suggest
  13. Eagle
  14. Yogurt
  15. Beagle
  16. Snuggle
  17. Hugs
  18. Buggy
  19. Yoga
  20. Giggle
  21. Gigantic
  22. Jungle
  23. Magma
  24. Cargo
  25. Ugly
  26. Magnificent
  27. Gobble
  28. Segment
  29. Doggone
  30. Tugboat
  31. Hugging
  32. Magazine
  33. Bargain
  34. Mugshot
  35. Fragrant
  36. Sugar
  37. Bugle
  38. Legal
  39. Legume
  40. Snugly

  1. Big
  2. Flag
  3. Jog
  4. Bug
  5. Frog
  6. Log
  7. Hug
  8. Gig
  9. Rug
  10. Snug
  11. Pug
  12. Dug
  13. Plug
  14. Slug
  15. Fling
  16. Zigzag
  17. Flog
  18. Smug
  19. Snag
  20. Tug
  21. Grog
  22. Drag
  23. Slog
  24. Fug
  25. Dig
  26. Log
  27. Glug
  28. Plague
  29. Egg
  30. Stag
  31. Rug
  32. Flag
  33. Bag
  34. Leg
  35. Jag

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!

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

G Overview

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

G Flashcards

G Progression Cards

G Soccer Shootout

G Paint

G Spot It

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 Jeopardy

G Tic-Tac-Toe

G Candy Land

G Connect 4

G Battleship

G Artic Ninja

G Cat Run

G Volt Runner

G Artic Clicker

G Pizza Jumper

G Artic Cruiser

G Space Invaders

G Spot the Differences

G Dino Hop

G Matching

G Treasure Hunt

G Crossword

G Word Find 1

G Word Find 2

G Boom Cards

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!