Who Took the Cookies from the Cookie Jar? by Bonnie Lass & Philemon Sturges
Working on final k sound- Scroll down for more activities and information.
To make this sound you raise the back part of your tongue to make light contact with your back palate, and then lower it as you release a little puff of air.
Some activities to practice this sound at home are:
1.Join your child in pretend play in the kitchen or a toy kitchen. Talk about the things you can cook, make or bake, eg, "I'll cook carrots. You cook tater tots.", "I want to make lunch".
2..Talk about the books you have at home or from the library. "___ book" is a great carrier phrase because there are books about so many things, eg " Dog book", "cat book"," Dr Seuss book", "funny book", "song book", etc.
3.Talk with your child about the places you each like to walk to- “ I like to walk to the store”, “ I like to walk to the park” , “I like to walk across the street”.