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This cute, motivational, no print, articulation, activity makes repetition of the K sound in words, phrases and sentences fun! Just download to any digital device (iPad, tablet, computer, smart board, etc.) for use. Students complete a task, and are rewarded by drawing or putting a tooth on the wide mouthed child. All activities have been created in both color and B&W.
Directions for use:
For teletherapy, or computer put images on screen and draw teeth, or use small images of teeth.
Copy and laminate or put in sheet protector. Use dry erase marker to make teeth. Copy B&W prints and use markers, crayons, etc. to make teeth.
Targeted K words:
cow, car, cat, kids, cup, candy, cake, cap, koala, key, kite, kangaroo, monkey, ice cream, necklace, rocket, taco, octopus, sock, duck, milk, yak, lock, neck. The kidlette’s names are Kylee, Kayla, Kate, Kim, Kevin, Keegan, Ken and Kyle.
This activity includes:
48 pages of activities (24 color and 24 B&W)
16 different children to choose from (8 color and 8 B&W)
3 different sheets (levels) for each child –
---one sheet has 12 words with targeted in the initial position,
---one sheet has 12 words (6 words with targeted sound in the initial position and 6 with the targeted sound in the final position).
----One sheet has 18 words (6 words with the targeted sound in the initial position, 6 with the targeted sound in the medial position, and 6 words with the targeted sound in the final position.
Suggested Activities for Target Words, Phrases and Sentences
1. Have the student say one word a predetermined number of times (i.e., 1-10 times) and then draw a tooth in the mouth as a reward.
2. Have the student say a predetermined number of words, or a row of words and then draw a tooth in the mouth as a reward.
3. Have the student say all of the words and then draw a tooth in the mouth.
4. Have the student use a sentence starter such as, “I see a ___”. “Kayla likes _____.
5. Have the child make up a sentence using the word.
When you are done or throughout the activity, you could count the number of teeth the student has drawn, color pictures on the page, etc.
Game: If you are working with more than one child, all the children could count the number of teeth they earned, and the student with the most teeth is the winner.
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