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cactus in a pot
piece of candy
Some people think cabbage is gross.
Her cabin is made from logs.
Cactus grow in funny shapes.
Everyone likes cake.
The soda was in a cooler.
The candle lit up the dark room.
I will save my candy.
The car is fast.
We will play a game with cards.
We pick carrots from the garden.
The cat was going to crawl away.
The cave was by the ocean.
A coat is for sale.
He used his coin to buy treats.
He shivers when he is cold.
She likes to comb her hair.
Slow down when you see a traffic cone.
She is using her cookbook to make dinner.
The cop was working a case.
We are having corn for dinner.
A farmer had a cow.
A bear cub looks so playful.
I put ketchup on all my food.
I lock my door with this key.
My keyboard is wireless.
She is a cute kid.
The kite flew high.
An apricot is delicious.
A bacon smell fills the house.
A baker loves muffins.
Racing is fun for a biker.
She uses a bookmark to keep her page.
I love bacon, eggs, and orange juice for breakfast.
The vase was broken.
Checkers is a fun game.
The chicken was by the coop.
He likes his cookies fresh.
He has four crackers.
The donkey stood in a pasture.
She wore a rain jacket in case it rained.
He wrote on the napkin.
Where did this package come from?
The peacock has gorgeous feathers.
He has nothing in his pocket.
The pumpkin is on the rock.
The raccoon has a striped tail.
He hit the ball with the racquet.
His raincoat was red.
The boys love playing soccer.
The gum on my shoe is too sticky.
She licks her pink sucker.
He wants his taco fresh.
A turkey sounds funny when it gobbles.
I need to vacuum the rug.
He has a pain in his back.
He liked to bike long distances.
She wants to read the book.
She is pointing to her cheek.
Her cupcake was yummy.
He saw a duck at the petting zoo.
I have a bad headache.
Let's go on a hike in the mountains.
That is a rusty hook.
He has a leak in his pipes.
My dog likes to lick me.
You can use a lock on a shed.
I want a strawberry milkshake.
This looks like hard music to play.
She is touching her neck.
She uses her notebook every day.
The peacock has gorgeous feathers.
We rake leaves in the fall.
The rock is heavy.
She is too sick to go to work.
The sidewalk goes through the park.
She is eating a midnight snack.
She throws a stick for her puppy.
His stomach was sore from the pain.
He has a toothpick in his mouth.
A silver truck drives by.
She goes for long walks.
Uncle Taco loved to go biking every weekend. He liked to bike up and down mountains, around lakes, and through tunnels and caves. He liked to bike when it was hot and when it was cold.
One day he wanted to go on a bike ride, but couldn't find his bike. He looked and looked, but could not find it.
On his way to work the next day, he was puzzling about where his bike would be. As he was walking he noticed a carrot-colored pumpkin in someone’s garden.
"That's it!" he exclaimed. He ran home as fast as his little biking legs could carry him.
When he got home, he ran to the shed behind his house. After moving the rake, his backpack, and his colorful kite, he found his bike - right next to a carrot-colored plastic pumpkin. He had put his bike in the shed to remind himself that he needed to clean it out. And he spent the next weekend doing just that.
Every Tuesday I go to Candle Park. I listen to music and read my book of the week.
Last week I took my breakfast to the park with me. A taco, some bacon, and a milkshake...my favorite. As I ate my breakfast, a cop with a notebook came by.
"Did you see a cat, a donkey, or a duck run by here?" he asked.
"No sir, I didn't?" I said.
"I am a detective, and I am trying to solve the stolen cookbook case," he said, "If you see anything weird on this sidewalk please call me."
"I will," I said. When he left, I thought of a great book title for his case. I would call it "The Great Cookbook Catastrophe."
Katie is careful with her candy. She loves it. She doesn't like cookies, crackers, or cupcakes - just candy. She likes her candy so much, she puts a lock on her candy box whenever she goes to sleep. She wears the key around her neck.
All of that changed after Katie got a sick stomach from eating too much candy. Now she eats healthy food like carrots, corn, and turkey. She hopes she won't get sick like that again.
This list of functional words was professionally selected to be the most useful for a child or adult who has difficulty with producing the "K" sound.
We encourage you to use this list when practicing at home.
Doing home practice will help your child make much faster progress toward correct production.
Speech-Language Pathologists (SLPs) are only able to see students/clients 30-60 mins (or less) per week.
This is not enough time for your child to overcome an articulation disorder with the "K" sound. But with high caseloads...
...it's all SLPs can do.
There's only so much time in the day.
Every day that your child goes without practice it becomes more and more difficult to correct an "K" error because he/she continues to say it incorrectly.
We know life is busy , but if you're reading this you're probably someone who cares about helping their loved one as much as you can.
Practice 5-10 minutes whenever you can, but try to do it on a consistent basis (daily).
Please, please, please use this list to practice.
It will be a great benefit to you and your loved one's progress.