”Koo Koo for /k/’s Practice” packet which is a unique and visual
approach to articulation for /k/. I found this activity effective for students who have extreme difficulty producing the /k/ sound especially in the special education population. These activities use a graphic organizer visual and singles out the /k/ sound. The visual aspect appears to help with the student’s attention and focus to attempt to make the /k/ sound. I have used this with children with autism, language delays and attention deficits. I have also included a visual cue card to remind the child how the /k/ sound is produced. This packet includes pages for:
/k/ with a vowel sound. (1 page)
/k/ in the initial position (5 pages)
/k/ as a “C” in initial position.
/k/ in the final position (4 pages)
/k/ in the medial position (4 pages)
Cover page in case you want to make a booklet.
A page with two visual cue cards for /k saying “The “K” sound is made at the back of your tongue. Mouth is slightly open, tongue is pulled back. Touch your throat and make a coughing sound.”