Archive | February, 2010

Correcting /k/ – Basic Set

Correcting /k/ – Basic Set This basic set includes: Instructions for working on /k/ Auditory discrimination cards for /t/ and /k/ Auditory input lists for initial and final /k/ Worksheets for initial and final /k/ syllables Picture cards for initial, medial, and final /k/ (30) Initial /k/ kite game board Materials for a hidden picture […]

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Correcting /k/ – Expansion Set

Correcting /k/ – Expansion Set This expansion set includes: Picture cards for initial, medial, and final /k/ (30) Suitcase page for a “packing” activity Minimal contrast (t/k) picture cards for initial and final positions (20) Tim’s Summer Vacation story highlighting the initial t/k minimal contrast pairs Chart picture pages for initial and final /k/ (2) […]

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Initial and Final /k/ Syllable Pages

These initial and final /k/ syllable pages are a great way to make articulation practice a visual activity.  Included are instructions and a page for each position of /k/.  It can also be found as part of the K Sound Basic Set.

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Minimal Contrast Story for /t/ and /k/

Use this story when working on the auditory discrimination and production of initial and final /t/ and /k/. This storycan also be found as part of the K Sound Expansion Set.

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Final /k/ Rebus Sentences

These rebus sentences can be used to elicit productions of /k/ in the final position of sentences, even with non-readers.  The predictability of the sentences allows even young children to produce basic sentences without a model.  These sentences can also be found as part of the K Sound Expansion Set.

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Initial /k/ Practice Grid

This picture-based practice grid can be used to elicit productions of /k/ in the initial position of words.  You can use it in your sessions or send it home as part of a home program.  This page can also be found as part of the K Sound Expansion Set.

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