Practice /v/ in Initial, Medial, and Final Position
Click on the image to open it to full size and then right click to save it to your computer. Print the sheet in color or black and white.
If the child you are working with doesn't have the fine motor control to color in the entire balloon you could color it for them. Another option is to have them put an "X" or check in the balloon in the appropriate color. (An X or checkmark also has the side benefit of speeding up the rate of practice and the consequential number of repetitions.)
You can practice the words in isolation, in pairs, in phrases, or in sentences. You can use the words with or without cues. Adapt the stimuli to the level your student needs to work at.
When you're done, review the words sorted by position for additional simple drill practice. Or, review the words in the order they appear in the balloons (the word positions mixed up) for harder drill practice. Then send the worksheet home for practice.
If you are a parent practicing at home, save the worksheet in a binder to review again another time. You could also hang it on the wall, pin it on the refrigerator, have your child "read" it to a younger or older sibling, or send it to an aunt or grandparent's house for extra practice.
This worksheet was inspired by this free sight word coloring worksheet.