230+ F Words, Phrases, Sentences, and Reading Passages

230+ F Words, Phrases, Sentences, and Reading Passages

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F Words


Beginning

face

farm

feet

fur

phone

fingers

fire

fudge

food

five

fish

foot

four

fork

forest

feather

fist

fast

fall

fossil

fin

feed

fan

fence

fox

Middle

elephant

waffle

laughing

office

headphones

infant

gopher

taffy

dolphin

coffee

breakfast

campfire

golfer

alphabet

muffin

sofa

lifeguard

traffic

trophy

golf ball

barefoot

playful

goldfish

buffalo

unfold

Ending

calf 

cuff

cough

chief

elf

loaf

leaf

roof

thief

laugh

wolf

safe

chef

knife

hoof

giraffe

wife

tough

sheriff

stuff

golf

cliff

off

half

shelf

Initial F by Syllables


2
Syllable

fabric

fairy

famous

fancy

farmer

farther

father

faucet

feather

female

fever

fiddle

final

finger

fireman

fishing

football

footprint

forehead

funny

3
Syllable

factory

fairy tale

familiar

family

fantastic

Father's Day

favorite

Ferris wheel

fingernail

finger print

fire alarm

fire fighter

follower

football field

forever

forgetful

forgiven

foundation

furniture

Philippines

4
Syllable

facility

fashionable

favorable

Fiji Islands

fundamental

phenomenal

phonology

photographer

photography

5
Syllable

Medial F by Syllables


2
Syllable

afford

before

breakfast

café

campfire

catfish

comfort

defend

effort

goldfish

gopher

handful

headphone

infant

laughing

lifeguard

muffin

often

safety

sofa

3
Syllable

affection

bike safety

buffalo

clarify

confident

confusion

difference

elephant

infection

interfere

laughable

magnify

microphone

nonfiction

officer

profession

referee

saxophone

telephone

terrific

4
Syllable

beneficial

biography

boating safety

certificate

climbing safety

confidential

definition

identify

inferior

photographer

profitable

safety glasses

scientific

water safety

5
Syllable

affiliation

bibliography

cafeteria

infatuated

informational

modification

sophisticated

unforgettable

Final F by Syllables


2
Syllable

belief

check off

enough

fire chief

giraffe

housewife

kickoff

play-off

rainproof

relief

sheriff

sun roof

take off

3
Syllable

autograph

carving knife

handkerchief

paragraph

photograph

pocket knife

unbelief

waterproof

weatherproof

4
Syllable

choreograph

Indian chief

5
Syllable


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Initial F Phrases and Sentences


fall season

quiet fan

old farm

fast horse

bird feather

white fence

big finger

hot fire

small fish

strong fist

number five

tiny foot

new football

thick forest

metal fork

four cars

fox tail

phone message

The leaves turn orange and yellow in the fall.

The fan cools the air in the room.

Every summer he visited his grandparents on the farm.

You can tell that the horse is fast.

The feather is light.

The fence went around the land.

The baby is grabbing her finger.

Let's cook hot dogs over the fire.

She caught a fish that was bigger than a dog.

He pounded his fist on the table.

He ran in lane five.

She held the babies tiny foot.

The boys enjoyed playing football every Saturday.

Many trees are in the forest.

You will need a fork and knife to eat dinner.

She will be four years old in October.

What does the fox say?

Give me a phone call in 10 minutes.

Medial F Phrases and Sentences


letters of the alphabet

eat breakfast

brown buffalo

slimy catfish

ground coffee

smiling dolphin

baby elephant

orange goldfish

white golf ball

loud headphones

young lifeguard

microphone check

brown muffin

empty office

smooth saxophone

heavy traffic

gold trophy

hot waffles

Katie can say the letters of the alphabet in order.

I love bacon, eggs, and orange juice for breakfast.

We saw buffalo at Yellowstone National Park.

We caught six catfish in the pond.

This coffee is too hot!

The dolphin smiled at me.

The elephant is washing himself.

The goldfish has a white tail.

He put the golf ball on the tee.

Turn the music down in your headphones.

The lifeguard blew his whistle.

Turn on your microphone.

That chocolate muffin looks good.

The office workers were all gone.

I have played the saxophone for three years.

There is heavy traffic on the highway.

He won a trophy for his science project.

I want waffles for breakfast.

Final F Phrases and Sentences


baby calf

smart chef

Indian chief

steep cliff

little cough

shirt cuff

elf princess

tall giraffe

cut in half

horse hoof

sharp knife

laugh hard

orange leaf

turn off

red roof

top shelf

new sheriff

gray wolf

The baby calf was close to its mother.

The chef made the best pasta.

The Indian chief was the leader.

Be careful, you don't want to fall off the cliff.

I have a cough and a runny nose.

My shirt cuff got food on it during lunch.

The elf was a beautiful princess.

The giraffe has a long neck.

We ate half of the pizza.

A horse's foot is called a hoof.

The knife is made of metal.

I laugh every time I see him on TV.

The leaf fell from the tree.

Turn off the TV and go to bed.

The roof was made of clay tiles.

We have colorful books on our shelf.

The sheriff took the robber to jail.

All we could hear was a wolf howling.

F Reading Paragraphs


Saxophone Loving Fish

Philip lived on a farm. He loved to fish on Friday.

That Friday after breakfast, Philip was walking through the forest to his favorite fishing hole when he heard a saxophone. Philip put his finger to his mouth fast and said, "Shhhhh, you'll scare the fish away!" "Fish can hear a leaf fall off of a tree," he said.

The little girl playing the saxophone said, "I'm Fay, and the fish like my music."

Philip looked into the water and saw five fish swimming. He began to laugh and said, "Will you meet me here every Friday?"

Zoo Fire

There was a fire at the zoo last week. All of the animals lived, but an elephant, giraffe, buffalo, and fox got out through a burnt fence.

The sheriff and the fire chief have their staff looking for them right now. They hope the animals didn't run into the forest or fall off a cliff.

They heard the animals like the smell of coffee, breakfast, waffles, and muffins, and may try to find the animals using these four things. They want to find the animals fast.

Football Team

I have played football for five years now. This fall season is the first time we have come close to winning a trophy. They will give us the trophy if we win the next four games.

Our football team has started to practice for a half an hour each day, five days per week. We eat a big, healthy breakfast and in our time off we learn football plays.

One day I thought I was coming down with a cough, but it went away. I was happy it went away so fast because I want to play in our games. 




This list of functional words was professionally selected to be the most useful for a child or adult who has difficulty with producing the "F" sound.

We encourage you to use this list when practicing at home.

Doing home practice will help your child make much faster progress toward correct production.

Speech-Language Pathologists (SLPs) are only able to see students/clients 30-60 mins (or less) per week.

This is not enough time for your child to overcome an articulation disorder with the "F" sound. But with high caseloads...

...it's all SLPs can do.

There's only so much time in the day.

Every day that your child goes without practice it becomes more and more difficult to correct an "F" error because he/she continues to say it incorrectly. 


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We know life is busy, but if you're reading this you're probably someone who cares about helping their loved one as much as you can.

Practice 5-10 minutes whenever you can, but try to do it on a consistent basis (daily).

Please, please, please use this list to practice.

It will be a great benefit to you and your loved one's progress.



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