250+ Voiceless TH Words, Phrases, Sentences, and Reading Passages

250+ Voiceless TH Words, Phrases, Sentences, and Reading Passages

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Voiceless TH Words


Beginning

thorn

thin

think

thunder

thousand

thirsty

thief

thermometer

theater

thermos

thaw

thing

thread

thoughtful

three

thick

thumb

thigh

third

thank you

thirty

thirteen

therapy

Thursday

thimble

Middle

bathtub

toothache

toothbrush

python

marathon

healthy

truthful

wealthy

athlete

bathrobe

panther

toothpaste

birthday

something

pathway

toothpick

Ending

cloth

moth

math

tooth

fifth

beneath

path

month

wreath

booth

broth

ninth

tenth

breath

bath

earth

mouth

teeth

youth

north

strength

south

oath

both

eighth

Initial Voiceless TH by Syllables


2
Syllable

thankful

thankless

thank you

theme song

thermal

thicken

thickness

thimble

thinking

thinner

third base

thirteen

thirty

thistle

thorny

thoughtful

thousand

thumbtack

thunder

Thursday

3
Syllable

thankfulness

thanksgiving

thank you card

thank you note

theater

theory

therapist

therapy

thermostat

thesaurus

thickener

thinkable

thinking cap

third baseman

thirty one - thirty eight

thoroughly

thunderbird

thundercloud

thunderstorm

4
Syllable

Thanksgiving Day

theatrical

therapeutic

thermometer

thundershower

5
Syllable

theologian

thermodynamic

Medial Voiceless TH by Syllables


2
Syllable

athlete

author

bathmat

bathtub

breathless

ethics

fifth grade

method

misthink

mouthwash

nothing

pathway

rethink

something

southeast

southward

toothache

toothbrush

truthful

youthful

3
Syllable

anything

athletic

authentic

authorize

authorship

bath towel

bath water

breath taking

coauthor

empathy

everything

marathon

math homework

pathetic

stethoscope

sympathize

sympathy

thirty third

tooth fairy

youth soccer

4
Syllable

arithmetic

athletic club

authority

group therapy

hypothesis

hypothetic

mathematics

mythology

pathologist

play therapy

South Africa

South Dakota

South Korea

South Pacific

sympathetic

5
Syllable

amphitheater

anesthesia

authenticity

South America

South Carolina

Final Voiceless TH by Syllables


2
Syllable

bear with

beneath

bike path

birdbath

blacksmith

dishcloth

dog tooth

goldsmith

hot bath

locksmith

mammoth

phone booth

steam bath

sweet tooth

toll booth

untruth

3
Syllable

aftermath

baby's breath

baby teeth

bubble bath

chicken broth

eightieth

fiftieth

fortieth

ninetieth

silversmith

sixtieth

tablecloth

thirtieth

twentieth

undergrowth

underneath

wisdom teeth

4
Syllable

Elizabeth

seventieth

telephone booth

5
Syllable


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Initial Voiceless TH Phrases and Sentences


thank you note

empty thermos

thick meat

sneaky thief

sore thigh

thin slice

think often

third birthday

very thirsty

number thirteen

turn 30

sharp thorn

blue thread

number three

thumbs up

green thumbtack

noisy thunder

Thursday night

She left a thank you note on the computer.

I have hot chocolate in my thermos.

I like to eat thick steaks.

He is a car thief.

His thigh was sore from working hard.

We asked for the sliced roast beef.

She goes to the park to think.

Today is her third birthday.

The boy was thirsty after running.

My address is 13 Park Place.

She turned thirty in May.

The rose bush has a sharp thorn on it.

WIll you grab the blue thread?

She hung a three on the side of her house.

She gave him a thumbs up.

I put a thumbtack on the map.

The thunder was loud.

The party is on Thursday night.

Medial Voiceless TH Phrases and Sentences


competitive athlete

mystery author

white bathrobe

big bathtub

birthday party

breathless runner

massive earthquake

healthy eating

green mouthwash

have nothing

black panther

big python

blue stethoscope

bad toothache

orange toothbrush

green toothpaste

short toothpick

youthful grandparents

The athlete entered the high jump event.

The author mostly wrote mysteries.

My bathrobe is nice and soft.

She wanted to clean her bathtub.

He invited his friends to his birthday party.

He ran so much he was breathless.

The earthquake destroyed the road.

They are eating healthy food.

Mouthwash makes your mouth feel fresh.

There is nothing in his pockets.

The panther is resting.

The python is wrapped around the tree.

The stethoscope is on the floor.

Her toothache was painful.

The dentist gave her a new toothbrush.

Toothpaste will help keep your teeth clean.

He has a toothpick in his mouth.

My grandparents are very youthful.

Final Voiceless TH Phrases and Sentences

hot bath

strong blacksmith

phone booth

see your breath

planet earth

fifth person

fourth place

nice locksmith

math problem

spotted moth

girl mouth

head north

under oath

long path

drive south

pretty teeth

white tooth

holiday wreath

He took a nice hot bath.

The blacksmith makes old-fashioned swords.

She made a call from the phone booth.

She could see her breath in the cold.

We live on planet earth.

She was the fifth person in line.

He came in fourth in the race.

The locksmith is fixing it.

She is working on a math problem.

The moth landed on the branch.

She has white teeth in her mouth.

The compass said to walk north.

She made an oath to tell the truth.

It is a long path through the woods.

They followed the sign to go south.

She has very white teeth.

The dentist pulled her tooth.

The door has a beautiful wreath on it.

Voiceless TH Reading Paragraphs


Thatch's Goals

The boy playing third base is good. His name is Thatcher, but his friends call him Thatch. His baseball team is called "Blue Thunder". He is from South Dakota and he's very athletic. 

Thatch plays third base on the baseball team. He also plays basketball, tennis, and youth soccer - not bad for a thirteen-year-old. He has been playing sports since he was three. Thatch wants to play one or all of the sports professionally someday. 

Last month I asked him if he had thought about which sport he wanted to play. 

"I'll play anything if I can get paid to do it," he said. 

I told him I thought he would be a pro baseball player and he gave me a thumbs up. 

He is on the right path if playing pro sports is his dream. He was voted third for the best player in the state and tenth for best player in the region three weeks ago. His parents think he will play tennis, but said they don't have the authority to make that decision. 

The earth has a lot of great sports players and I think Thatch can play with the best of them. I hope nothing gets in his way. It will be fun to say I knew him when he was only thirteen.

Exploding Cake

Thad liked to prank and scare people. He played the most jokes on people when he was in the fifth grade. He put thumbtacks on chairs, thickener in drinks, and told the class that their pet python had escaped. His favorite pranks were to turn the thermostat down really cold to try and freeze students out and to replace student's soda with mouthwash. 

A few days ago, Thea brought in a cake to celebrate her birthday. Somehow, Thad got a balloon inside of it so when the teacher tried to cut the cake, it exploded all over everyone. 

Thad had a lot of fun thinking of new ways to prank his classmates. His teacher, Ms. South, didn't think it was healthy. She knew Thad was a very thoughtful writer. He was also very smart in math. She thought his writing was so good that he could become an author someday. 

Overall, Thad's grades were in the top three percent of his class. Ms. South didn't want Thad's talent and thoughtfulness go to waste. She thought about what methods she could use to help him focus in class and not cause so much trouble. Thad wanted to be in theater after he graduated high school. Ms. South told Thad that he could be in theater after he graduated. 

"You're so smart! I think a thousand theaters would want you to work for them, but you have to stop the pranks," she said. Thad started to rethink his actions and what that would mean for him in the future. He apologized to the class and Ms. South, and said he would not prank anyone anymore. 

Turning Thirty

Thelma's birthday was on Thursday and she couldn't decide how to celebrate. She was turning thirty and wanted this birthday to be special. 

One idea she had was going to a steak house. A thick juicy steak would be part of a perfect meal for her birthday. Going to the spa and getting a massage would be therapeutic. Of course, that can be expensive, so if necessary she could just take a warm bubble bath. 

Something she really wanted to do was sit outside and eat popcorn during a thunderstorm, but she couldn't control the weather, so she would keep that as a backup plan. She had always wanted to visit South America too, but would have to save her money for a trip like that. Thelma thought about a short trip she could take and remembered the zoo was close by. 

"The zoo had pythons, panthers, and a new mammoth exhibit, and those would be fun to see," she thought. All of this thinking was taking her strength. Thelma only had three hours of sleep last night because she had been up reading a case study for her ethics class. A moth had flown in her house and distracted her while reading. The distraction had kept her up later than she planned. 

Thelma thought for a minute and decided that she would take a nap. "Everything will fall into place on Thursday," she thought, "As long as I know what I want to do, everything will work out." She closed her eyes, her breath softened, and she fell asleep on her couch. 




This list of functional words was professionally selected to be the most useful for a child or adult who has difficulty with producing the "Voiceless TH" 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 "Voiceless TH" 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 "Voiceless TH" error because he/she continues to say it incorrectly. 


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