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Good Guys versus Bad Guys - A /k, g/ Connected Speech Activity

Good Guys versus Bad Guys - A /k, g/ Connected Speech Activity
Good Guys versus Bad Guys - A /k, g/ Connected Speech Activity
Good Guys versus Bad Guys - A /k, g/ Connected Speech Activity
Good Guys versus Bad Guys - A /k, g/ Connected Speech Activity
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Hello Fellow Speechies and Parents!

Do you have a child who loves superheroes and super villains? Is this same child also working on velars /k, g/? Then they are sure to love my simple cut-and-paste sorting activity "Good Guys vs Bad Guys"!

It's coincidental that many heroes and villains have /k, g/ in their name (or at least in their alias (like Peter Parker/Spiderman, or Clark Kent/Superman). Lucky for us, that means many opportunities to produce a /k, g/ sound. Even for those names without a /k, g/ (such as Thor or Batman), children may be asked, "Is _______ a good guy or a bad guy?" This means, either way, the child can practice his velar sounds. (Mwah-ha-ha!) =)

Enjoy my FREE activity, Good Guys versus Bad Guys, for perfecting your student's /k, g/ sounds in connected speech!

-Miss Chelsea
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