At this level , you are going to teach your child how to say K correctly. Use all the information you learned in how to say k to make this process easier.
In the teaching phase, practices start at the syllable level. Your child will learn how to say K correctly in the beginning, middle, and end of syllables. If you are just starting your home practice for K, this is a very important first step.
Your child may learn K syllables quickly, in a matter of minutes for some! When your child is saying K right most of the time, move on to the word level! Don't spend too much time here.
You are going to teach your child how to say the K sound using a mirror. This technique works well for most children. However, if your child is distracted by the mirror, remove it. You can follow each step simply by looking at each other.
K is not a visual sound which means that your child cannot easily see how to say it by looking at you. Use more tactile and verbal cues to elicit a correct pronunciation.
Materials: A mirror and the K syllable list
How to do activity:
Work on syllables for a few minutes a few times a day or until your child learns how to say K correctly. Once your child can say K, move on!
Don’t forget to fill out the syllable chart above so you can remember what you tried and how it went!Speech Home Practice › K Home Page