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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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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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Minimal Contrast Picture Cards for /t/ and /k/

Use these picture cards when working on the auditory discrimination and production of initial and final /t/ and /k/ at the word level. Five sets of cards are included for each position.  These cards can also be found as part of the K Sound Expansion Set.

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Auditory Discrimination Cards

Use these cards when working on auditory discrimination of /t/ and /k/ at the sound level. Instructions for use are included.  These cards can also be found as part of the K Sound Basic Set.

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Tongue Tip Trouble- Fronting /t/ for /k/

Picture Cards Final K

How can you quickly solve the fronting of /k/?  Tackle the tongue tip!  Getting /k/ in isolation is easily achieved by keeping the child’s tongue tip from making contact with the alveolar ridge or teeth.  Some ideas for doing this include: • Use a tongue depressor to gently hold the tongue tip down while the child […]

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