For those kiddos who are learning how to produce the produce the k (or g) sound!
The /k/ can be a difficult sound to teach, since the sound is made back in the throat, so it is difficult to see/show.
Now you can just show your child the angry cat and demonstrate that the angry cat says "K!" with your sharp claws!
Included is a colored Version you can hang up on the wall or use to teach and a blank version so your students can color the page and take it home!
No more cute yet mortifying moments when your kiddo shouts out "Titty Tat!" instead of Kitty Cat! Eek!
Print as many as you like and keep them on hand!
Thanks to Kristy Parr, SLP, for inspiring the vision for this Angry Cat :)
If you would like coloring pages from other hierarchical levels for learning the "K" sound, you can follow these links:
For a clear visual for mouth, tooth and tongue articulation of K:
Articulation Mouth - K - Coloring Page - Phonology
For K in the initial position of words:
Articulation - initial K - Coloring Sheet - Phonology
For K in the final position of words:
Articulation - K Final Sound - Coloring Sheet - Phonology