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245+ G Words, Phrases, Sentences, and Reading Passages

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merry-go-round

Initial G by Syllables

game tokens

garden hose

gas station

Medial G by Syllables

chuck wagon

beginner's luck

investigate

magnificent

prolongation

significant

togetherness

egotistical

Final G by Syllables

clothes bag

deviled egg

garbage bag

laundry bag

plastic bag

prairie dog

punching bag

sandwich bag

sleeping bag

card catalog

carry-on bag

gift catalog

prescription drug

seeing-eye-dog

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Initial G Phrases and Sentences

old garbage

white ghost

gold pieces

pet goldfish

golf course

pretty goose

play guitar

My favorite game is checkers.

Their house has two garage doors.

Take the garbage out today.

I work in my garden on Saturday.

I need to fill my car with gas.

The gate was shut.

Don't look, there's a ghost!

He is bringing a small gift.

The girl is sitting on the pink chair.

He is ready to go.

I kicked the ball and made a goal.

The baby goat stayed by it's mom.

There are many gold pieces.

I won the goldfish at the carnival.

They are all playing golf.

The goose has brown feathers.

Can I play your guitar?

I like blue gum.

Medial G Phrases and Sentences

weather in August

chinese dragon

soaring eagle

foggy street

juicy hamburger

jogging trail

juggle balls

heavy luggage

strong magnet

dirty pigpen

cute pigtail

noisy sea gull

sweet sugar

small tugboat

My birthday is on August 20th.

Mountain lion is another name for cougar.

The statue was of a dragon.

A soaring eagle was looking for food.

It was so foggy we couldn't see where we were going.

Let's get a hamburger for dinner.

They go jogging on Tuesdays.

She likes to juggle at the beach.

Someone left their luggage here.

The nails were stuck to the magnet.

The pigpen was full.

The pigtail looks cute on her.

The sea gull almost flew into me.

Don't put too much sugar in the lemonade.

We saw a tiger at the zoo.

The tugboat can pull large ships.

The dog is sitting in the wagon.

I do yoga to relax my mind.

Final G Phrases and Sentences

colorful bug

checkered flag

grilled hot dog

She only bought one bag of groceries.

I want the big egg.

The bug landed on my arm and I blew it off.

We need to dig a bigger hole for the post.

My dog is a German Shepherd and Black Lab mix.

Please cook the egg yolk.

He waved the checkered flag.

The frog caught the fly with its tongue.

I want mustard on my hot dog.

She gave him a tight hug.

He hoped his leg wouldn't cramp.

He made the seat out of a log.

My mug needs a refill.

The pig was laying in the mud.

Use the rag to clean the floor.

There is a big rug in my house.

She wore a black wig to the costume party.

G Reading Paragraphs

Gus gives a gift.

Once there was a goose named Gus. Gus liked to play games, chew gum, and give gifts. Everyone who knew Gus, knew that he gave great gifts.

Once he gave someone a guitar. Another time he gave his friend a new set of luggage. All of his friends agreed that the best gift that Gus ever gave was a year's supply of hamburgers.

One day, Gus was tugging around a wagon with a gigantic bag in it. He tugged on the wagon from Mr. Dog's farm all the way to Mrs. Frog's wig shop. Everyone in town saw the wagon with the gigantic bag in it, but no one knew who would get the bag.

Doug was a good friend of Gus. Doug was busy planting green beans, grapes, and gooseberries in his garden. He didn't see Gus coming toward his house and tugging the wagon behind him.

When Gus finally reached Doug in his garden, Doug said, "Why are you pulling that wagon Gus?"

Gus replied, "I came to give you a gift Doug."

Doug was very excited and felt like an important person. He knew that Gus gave good gifts.

When Doug took the bag off of the gift, he couldn't believe his eyes. It was a big stack of eggs! Doug was so happy that he ran over to Gus and gave him a big hug.

Doug loved to eat eggs every morning. He knew how to cook eggs in many different ways. Doug thanked Gus for the nice gift and said, "I will buy you a nice gift one day."

Then they both said goodbye and Gus went home.

Each year Gary would play golf in August. He would get his golf clubs from the garage and drive to the golf course.

On his way, he would pass Farmer Gil's goose and pig farm. When he got to the golf course he bought a hot dog, a bag of chips, and a big mug of hot chocolate.

He played his best game while chewing sugar free gum and using the mug with the green dragon on it. He wanted to do that again. He grabbed his golf bag and dragon mug and headed for the first hole.

Man with the Gold Guitar

When Gabe began learning to play the guitar, he thought it would be easier than chewing gum. After his third lesson, his head was foggy from everything he learned. Then he met the man with the gold guitar.

He said his name was "Golden" but Gabe thought it was something else. 

Golden taught Gabe to set goals while he learned how to play the guitar. Golden gave Gabe a small flag with the words "Set Goals" on it that he could keep with him as a reminder. Gabe kept it with his guitar and used it every time he learned a new lesson.

After that, he never saw Golden again. Some people say Golden was a nice ghost who liked to help people.

This list of functional words was professionally selected to be the most useful for a child or adult who has difficulty with producing the "G" 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 "G" 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 "G" error because he/she continues to say it incorrectly. 

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Practice 5-10 minutes whenever you can, but try to do it on a consistent basis (daily).

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If your child is having trouble saying the sound G, my G Word List can help!

If you are a speech therapist and you need some G speech therapy materials, you have come to the right place!

Below you will find lots of free materials!

  • First, there is a FREE worksheet (for non-members) and link (for members) to access new articulation materials.
  • Second, there is a word list for  quick viewing .
  • Next, you can sign up for a FREE newsletter and receive  A LL THE WORD LISTS in one Folder in your Google Drive.
  • After that, check out a brief explanation on how to say the target sound.
  • Last, there are ideas for  articulation practice  that do not require flashcards or word lists. This is the most functional option and appropriate for children working on generalization.

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G Worksheets and More!

We have articulation worksheets for teaching, drill practice, generalization, and language-based articulation games! 

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If you want a copy, fill out the form above. I put all the word lists in one folder.  Once you receive your email with the materials, make a copy of the files and they are yours to use and tweak as needed.

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This is MY FAVORITE NEW RESOURCE! I HONESTLY use it all the time for each articulation session and handouts for home practice.

The words chosen for speech therapy can make all the difference between a good therapy program and a great one! For the generalization phase, it is crucial to use high-frequency words!! It only makes sense to use words that the client will actually say outside of the therapy room. Right?!

For only $5, you will receive  35 pages  of materials including:

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How To Say G

We say "g" by putting the back of our tongue in the back of our mouth. Some tips to help your child....

  • Cue your child to move their tongue to the back of their mouth
  • Have your child cough and feel that their tongue is in the back of their mouth
  • Lightly touch his/her throat as he/she says "g"

Articulation Games for G

G is an earlier developing sound. Therefore, the games listed below are for younger children. Feel free to tweak them to meet the needs of your child. Take turns with your child saying the desired words. It is important to practice  hearing  as well as  saying  the sound.

  • G o - Say "go" as you make a car move
  • G one - Say "gone" as you hide a toy under a bucket
  • G et - Say "get" as you pick up a toy
  • Pi gg y - Put a pig in a bag and say "piggy" when you pull it out
  • Wa g on - Drag a wagon around the house and put objects in it, say "wagon" with every object
  • All  G one - Say "all gone" every time you are done with something, i.e., game, food, laundry
  • Ba g  - Put ojects in a bag and say in "bag" as you do so
  • Hu g  - Say "hug" as your child hugs you or his bears
  • Le g  - Say "leg" as you color legs of people in a coloring book
  • Di g  - Say "dig" as you dig in the sand or dirt

These games can be played at home or anywhere. Adapt any game your child is already playing to squeeze in some fun "G" practice. Have fun!

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Medial G Words

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Write down a list of words with G that your child uses. Think of as many things (nouns), actions (verbs), and descriptive words (adjectives) as you can.

K and G are paired together because they are made the same way, with one difference, our voice. The muscles in our mouth move the same way to make both sounds except our voice is “turned on” for the G and not the K. This means we vibrate or move our vocal folds as air passes through them to make a sound.The written symbols, G and g, refer to the name of the letter “g”. When you see the g between diagonal lines, /g/, that refers to the sound the letter makes, /g/.Additionally, present participles of some verbs that end with “g,” such as “banging” and “ringing,” use hard g’s where the rules would normally indicate a soft “g.” Other exceptions are foreign words that have been adopted into the English language, such as “gestalt” and “geisha.”

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These Medial G word cards are a wonderful way to improve your class’ vocabulary and introduce them to some longer, more complex words. These cards feature colourful pictures to illustrate what each word refers to and can be used to teach both speaking and spelling to your children.

If you’re still unsure and don’t want to wait until Wordle resets at midnight local time, you can always look up the answer to today’s puzzle (which we update around 12am CT).He played his best game while chewing sugar free gum and using the mug with the green dragon on it. He wanted to do that again. He grabbed his golf bag and dragon mug and headed for the first hole.  Doug loved to eat eggs every morning. He knew how to cook eggs in many different ways. Doug thanked Gus for the nice gift and said, “I will buy you a nice gift one day.”  Golden taught Gabe to set goals while he learned how to play the guitar. Golden gave Gabe a small flag with the words “Set Goals” on it that he could keep with him as a reminder. Gabe kept it with his guitar and used it every time he learned a new lesson.

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If you’re a speech language pathologist or a parent of a child working on the g sound then you’ve come to the right place. Below are over 600 g word lists to practice the g sound.  If you’re a parent or a speech therapist in need of word lists for the g sound then you’ve come to the right place! Below are over 600 g words for speech therapy.  When working on g sound production, it’s important to work on short phrases once your child or student has mastered the sound at the word level at or near 80% or higher accuracy.

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Soft g is the other sound g can make. When g is followed by e, i, or y, it usually makes the /j/ sound as in cage. The soft g can be at the beginning, middle, or end of a word.Ask any teacher what their students struggle with the most in reading, and all will say fluency, decoding, or comprehension. And those are the 3 key areas of reading instruction so they are important areas to work on every day. In this post, I’m explaining what reading fluency is and sharing the different ways you…

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You can teach students to try following the rule, but if the word doesn’t make sense then try the hard g sound. Flexibility in reading is always important.

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Free G Sound Articulation Words Flashcards

Free G sound articulation words flashcards for autism and speech therapy. Initial, medial and final word lists download printable PDF worksheets. G sound articulation picture flashcards are a valuable in helping autistic children learn the “g” sound. The “g” sound, known as a voiced velar stop, is produced by briefly stopping the airflow with the back of the tongue against the soft part of the roof of the mouth (the velum) and then releasing it with a burst of sound. Targeting different word positions through flashcards helps proper production of the sound and improves speech development.

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"G" Practice and Resources

Here you will find practice and resources for the "g" sound (words, phrases, sentences, paragraphs, and tongue twisters). As always, these are from the Home Speech Home site. Feel free to check out the "Activities" post in Articulation Nation to get more ideas on activities. If you're doing 5-minute therapy then use these for a quick at-home drill session for practice.

As stated with the "k" sound please do not have the child practice the sound incorrectly. Work on getting the sound for five or ten minutes and if the child is getting frustrated and experiencing little success move on to a different sound or come back to it a different day.

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"G" Tongue Twisters Granny's gray goose goes last Gus goes by Blue Goose bus Great gray geese graze gaily daily Gale's great glass globe glows green The glum groom grew glummer

More Resources Home Speech Home's 4-Part Video Series on teaching the "g" sound

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When you’re working on helping your child with their speech and articulation, it’s essential to focus on specific sounds to improve their skills. One of the critical sounds in speech therapy is the G sound. G words can be found in various positions within words: initial, medial, and final. Each position may require slightly different strategies in speech therapy. To address an articulation disorder, speech-language pathologists often use a variety of activities and tools, such as audio recordings, games, and books, to help clients practice the G sound in a fun and engaging way.

A good starting point for working on G words in speech therapy is identifying voice and voiceless pairs. These pairs can help you focus on the correct positioning and airflow needed for accurate G sound production. For example, the voiceless pair for the G sound is the K sound. By practicing words containing both G and K sounds, you can better understand the differences between them and improve your articulation.

Articulation activities play a crucial role in the development of the G sound. Speech-language pathologists often provide clients with word lists containing initial, medial, and final G words. These lists can serve as a foundation for various activities such as flashcards, sentence building, and reading passages. Client-specific activities can also be developed, keeping in mind their interests and preferences.

Constant practice is essential for improving articulation and mastering the G sound. As a client or a speech-language pathologist, incorporating G words into daily routines and communication can be highly beneficial. Encourage conversation, storytelling, and reading materials that focus on G words to reinforce practice and enhance overall progress.

Remember, working on G words in speech therapy is a dynamic and gradual process. As you continue to practice and engage in articulation activities, you’ll notice improvements in your speech and articulation abilities over time. Always approach the process with patience, persistence, and a friendly attitude to ensure success.

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Working on the G sound in speech therapy is essential as it helps improve your pronunciation and expands your vocabulary. This  voiced sound  is a common component in the English language and can be found in various words. Mastering the G sound can lead to a boost in confidence when speaking and communicating with others.

The G sound requires proper articulation, involving the use of your soft palate and vocal cords. When pronouncing the G sound, the back of your tongue should make contact with your  soft palate , while your vocal cords vibrate simultaneously. It’s crucial to be mindful of these processes as they play a significant role in producing a clear and accurate G sound.

In addition to the G sound, it’s essential to differentiate it from the /k/ sound in speech therapy. Both the  k and g sounds  are produced in the same location in the mouth, but with a critical difference: the G sound is voiced, while the /k/ sound is voiceless. Being able to distinguish between these paired sounds can enhance your overall speech clarity and articulation skills.

There are also soft g sounds and hard g sounds. The rule to remember which is which, is as follows:  When g meets a, o, or u, its sound is hard.   When g meets e, i, or y, its sound is soft .

To sum up, incorporating G sound practice in your speech therapy sessions can greatly benefit your pronunciation, vocabulary, and articulation. Remember to pay close attention to the role of your soft palate and vocal cords, and be aware of the differences between the G sound and its voiceless counterpart, the /k/ sound. Keep up the good work, and your efforts will surely lead to improved speech proficiency.

Teaching Methods for G Words

When it comes to speech therapy, teaching the G sound can be quite an adventure. As a parent of a child who is having speech therapy or is waiting to receive it, there are numerous techniques you can employ to help children master this sound. The key to success is practicing often and incorporating a variety of strategies.

First and foremost, your resources are your best friends. Books, games, and picture cards all offer fantastic ways to engage young learners. A favorite activity among speech therapists is using  G Word Lists and Activity Ideas . These lists include initial, medial, and final G word suggestions, along with appropriate games and book recommendations tailored to the G sound.

Since children tend to learn better through play, incorporating games into speech practise sessions at home can be a game-changer. Utilize age-appropriate games that involve the G sound, such as guessing games or picture card matching activities. You may also create your own G-themed games, such as a scavenger hunt where children must find objects that start with the G sound.

While working on the pronunciation of G words, provide your child with ample opportunities to observe their mouth movements. One useful tool for this purpose is a mirror. Encourage them to focus on their tongue placement and the way it feels when they correctly produce the G sound. By allowing children to see and feel the differences in their mouth, they can better understand the necessary actions to produce the G sound.

Flashcards are another excellent resource to use outside of speech therapy sessions. You can create or purchase sets of flashcards featuring G words at various positions within words (initial, medial, and final). These visual aids can help children associate the sound with its spelling and encourage them to practice the G sound in various contexts.

Remember, patience and encouragement are essential when helping children develop their speech skills. By utilizing these various teaching methods for G words in speech therapy, you’ll be well on your way to helping them master the G sound in a friendly and engaging manner. 

Role of Word Lists in Therapy

When it comes to speech therapy, word lists play a crucial role in helping your child or yourself develop and practice correct pronunciation of specific sounds. Among these, G words are quite common in language and working on them can significantly improve your articulation skills. So, let’s delve into the benefits of using word lists and explore some essential G word categories.

One of the significant reasons to use word lists in therapy is their ability to provide a structured approach to practicing particular sounds. In the case of G words, there are different types of lists, such as  initial G words , medial G words, and  final G words . By breaking down the words into groups based on their positions, it becomes easier for you to focus on and master the specific sound within different contexts.

Another advantage of using word lists is their potential to incorporate common vocabularies or  target words  you’ll encounter regularly in daily communication. This makes your child’s practice more functional, ensuring that they’re not only working on improving sound pronunciation but also enhancing their overall language skills.

Articulation Practice with G Words

Friendly and consistent practice is essential in mastering speech sounds like the /g/ sound. As you begin your articulation practice, remember that the  g  sound is a back sound, produced when the back of the tongue touches the soft palate in the back of the mouth. To help you understand the right tongue placement, consider checking out some  articulation worksheets . 

When practicing G words, it’s crucial to have a variety of initial, medial, and final G words to work with. Start with simple words like  gum, goat, and dog , progressing to more complex words and phrases as you become more comfortable with the sound. You can find comprehensive  G word lists for speech therapy  that cater to different speech requirements.

Incorporate various activities into your child’s practice to make it engaging and fun. For example, you could play games, read  books focusing on G words , or even create a word treasure hunt challenge. Aim for a minimum of 100 trials in each practice session, focusing on functional words that you regularly use in your everyday conversations.

As you practice, it’s important to remain patient and maintain a positive, friendly attitude. Encourage yourself by celebrating small achievements along the way. Make sure to practice regularly and consistently to reinforce learning and improve your G word articulation in everyday speech.

Remember, mastering the G sound takes time, persistence, and dedication. Keep practicing, use various G words and activities, ensuring proper tongue placement and speech sound production. With consistent effort, you’ll notice improvements in your child’s G word articulation over time. 

Specific G Words for Therapy

Incorporating a variety of G words into speech therapy sessions can help clients practice and improve their articulation of the G sound. In this section, you’ll find a selection of G words that may be used in various activities and games during therapy sessions. These words are organized based on their position within the word (initial, medial, or final) and also include compound words and multisyllabic examples.

Initial G Words

Medial G Words

Final G Words

Compound Words

Multisyllabic Words

Additional G Words

Combating Phonological Processes

Phonological processes are simplifications that young children use while learning to talk. They’re a normal part of language development but can become problematic if they persist beyond a certain age. Two common phonological processes we’ll discuss are  fronting  and  context-sensitive voicing .

Fronting : Fronting occurs when a child replaces a sound that should be produced in the back of the mouth, like “g” (as in “goat”) or “k” (as in “cat”) with a sound produced in the front of the mouth, like “t” or “d.” To address fronting, try these strategies:

  • Encourage your child to pay attention to the placement of their tongue when they say words with “g” or “k.”
  • Use visual cues, such as a mirror, to help your child see where their tongue should be when producing these sounds.
  • Practice with minimal pairs, which are pairs of words that differ by only one sound, such as “goat” and “toat” or “cat” and “tat.”

Context-sensitive voicing : This process involves replacing a voiceless sound with a voiced sound. For example, when “pig” is pronounced as “big” or “car” is pronounced as “gar.” To help your child work on context-sensitive voicing, consider these tips:

  • Teach them the difference between voiced and voiceless sounds, and practice each sound in isolation.
  • Focus on pairs of sounds that have the same place and manner of articulation but differ in voicing, such as /p/ and /b/ or /t/ and /d/.
  • Use auditory and visual feedback methods, like listening to recordings of your child’s speech, to help them hear and see the difference between voiced and voiceless sounds.

Remember to be patient and supportive as your child works on these skills. With consistent practice and encouragement, you’ll see progress in combating phonological processes. Good luck!

Therapy Resources and Materials

As a speech therapist or a parent looking for  G word resources , there are a variety of helpful materials available to support your speech therapy sessions. Here, we will explore some of the resources and tools that can enhance your therapy sessions and make them more engaging and effective.

To start, consider finding online resources with plenty of  articulation activities  to keep your sessions diverse, and keep your clients motivated. Websites like  Speech and Language at Home  or  Speech Therapy Talk  can be great starting points for finding G word lists and speech therapy activities.

As a member of various professional speech therapy websites and organizations, you can access additional resources, tips, and support from your peers. Make sure to take advantage of professional memberships that offer exclusive content and materials catered towards speech therapists.

Flashcards  can be a very useful tool when practicing G words, as they allow the visual representation of the word, as well as the auditory component when spoken out loud. You can find  600+ G Words Lists for Speech Therapy Articulation or create your own set of flashcards, such as boom cards, tailored to your child’s needs.

For more hands-on activities, consider incorporating books into your therapy session that emphasize G words. Reading these books together can provide a fun and engaging way to practice G word pronunciation and improve overall articulation.

Picture cards  are another effective way to work on G words in speech therapy. By providing a visual representation of the word, you can help clients associate sounds with their corresponding images. Try using resources like  K and G Words, Lists, Materials, and Everything You Need!  for picture cards and other helpful tools to supplement your speech therapy activities.

Remember to keep your tone friendly and adapt to the needs of your clients as you explore these resources and materials. Your dedication to enriching their therapy experience can go a long way in promoting progress in their speech and communication development.

By Michelle

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K and g speech therapy activities: effective techniques for articulation improvement.

If you are a speech therapist working on articulation therapy for the K & G sounds, then you are at the right place. In this blog post, we want to provide you with activities that specifically target the production of the ‘K’ and ‘G’ sounds. Articulation disorders and errors are common for these target sounds. These errors can affect a child’s speech, impacting their ability to communicate effectively. 

A great way to address these specific sounds in your speech practice, is to use a variety of techniques and tools. From one speech therapist to another, I wanted to make your therapy sessions easier, so in this blog post we will review how to correctly produce these speech sounds, give you a list of over 50 fun activities to do to practice correct sound production of ‘K’ and ‘G’ in your therapy sessions, as well as provide you with a great ‘K’ and ‘G’ articulation bundle freebie to start practicing these target sounds today!

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K and G Sound Articulation Techniques

We’ll focus on effective speech therapy techniques that aid in the correct articulation of K and G sounds. Our approach is segmented into understanding tongue placement, engaging in activities to enhance back sound articulation, and utilizing the minimal pairs approach to distinguish between target sounds. 

First, let’s review some basics.

Speech Sound Fundamentals

Understanding and working with speech sound production is critical in speech therapy. Key components we attend to are:

  • Tongue Placement : Crucial for accurate articulation. For example, for back of the mouth sounds, the back of the tongue rises towards the soft palate.
  • Back of the Tongue : This is important for producing sounds like “k” and “g”, which are formed at the back of the mouth .
  • Soft Palate : The soft part at the back of the roof of the mouth must be manipulated correctly for certain sounds.
  • Vocal Folds : We ensure they function properly for voiced sounds.

We can use tools such as a tongue depressor to facilitate correct tongue placement and exercises that help strengthen the muscles involved in speech.

Tongue Positioning for K and G Sounds

Proper tongue placement is crucial for the correct production of K and G sounds, which are back sounds. For the K sound , the back of the tongue elevates to touch the soft palate, creating a burst of air when released. For the G sound , this placement is similar, but the vocal cords vibrate.

  • Raise back of the tongue to the soft palate.
  • Create tension before releasing a burst of air.
  • Ensure vocal cord vibration for G sound.

Activities for Back Sound Articulation

Speech therapy activities geared towards K and G sounds involve exercises that encourage the correct placement of the tongue for back of the mouth sound articulation.

  • Articulation Bundle : A sequence of targeted exercises that focus on sound production.
  • Mirror Exercises : Practicing in front of a mirror helps visually confirm tongue placement.
  • Blowing Activities : Use activities like blowing bubbles to strengthen muscles necessary for the burst of air required in these sounds.

Minimal Pairs Approach

The minimal pairs approach is a technique that contrasts words differing by only one sound to refine articulation. This method helps individuals distinguish between similar-sounding words, enforcing the correct placement and production of K and G sounds.

  • “Come” vs. “Gum”
  • “Card” vs. “Guard”
  • “Back” vs. “Bag”

Using these pairs in practice drills aids in reinforcing the relative tongue placement and sound articulation for each word.

Specific Techniques for K and G Sounds

When addressing the pronunciation of K and G sounds, it’s crucial to incorporate techniques that engage multiple senses to solidify learning. We’ll explore tactile and kinesthetic strategies as well as methods for enhancing auditory discrimination.

Tactile and Kinesthetic Methods

Tactile and kinesthetic approaches involve physical touch and movement to teach the correct placement and motion for the K and G sounds, which are back sounds. Here are specific strategies:

  • Place a finger on the throat : Children feel the vibration of their own voices, discerning between voiced (G sounds) and voiceless pairs of sounds (K sounds).
  • Use a mirror : Watching their own tongues can help children understand where the back of the tongue needs to raise to make the K and G sounds.
  • Quick movement exercises : Guide children to move their tongues quickly to the correct position, reinforcing the muscle memory required to produce these specific sounds.

Auditory Discrimination for K and G Sounds

Auditory discrimination is crucial for distinguishing between similar sounding phonemes. For K and G sounds, which are front sounds, we can employ the following activities:

  • Minimal Pairs : Introduce pairs of words that only differ in the K or G sound (like “cold” and “gold”) to sharpen listening skills.
  • Phoneme Isolation : Practice saying words that contain the target sounds, emphasizing the K or G sound so 

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K & G Resources and Activities

Below you will find a comprehensive list of over 50 ‘K’ and ‘G’ Sound Articulation Activities and Resources! 

K & G Initial Sounds

  • Initial g and k words speech “fishing” homework freebie by Saidi Marshal is a set of homework sheets with 12 words per page. This is a fun way to practice K and G at the word level!
  • FREE Initial K & G Articulation Sound-Loaded Sentences Worksheet by the Speech Spot Creations is a speech therapy worksheet that has target words that start with K and G. Start practicing your students phonological process with this highly rated freebie!
  • ARTICULATION CARDS Students can color & keep: Initial K & G FREE! By The Beachy Therapist is a resource with single words and a letter name on a card for students to practice their articulation skills with initial K & G!

BONUS: Our shop store has some amazing articulation bundles! Grab this bundle of over 20 sound decks of cards (Initial, Medial and Final K & G included) for $14. We love sending these home for students to color as homework, then using the deck of cards to play a ton of different articulation games in their speech therapy session. Or have them play those games with family at home!

K & G Final Position

  • English & Spanish Articulation K & G Sound Spring Printable for Speech Therapy by Bilingial SLP LLC is a fun spring themed printable to practice final K & G. We recommend this resource for your elementary students. 
  • Speech Therapy: Final /k/ and /g/ words “fishing” homework by Saidi Marshall is a great resource to have students practice k and g sounds at the end of the word.
  • Frog and Pond Speech Therapy Game with Final G Articulation Cards by Speech Sprouts is an engaging final g drilling activity that students love!

Activities with Visual Cues

  • Speech Sound Cue Cards – FREEBIE by Lauren Walters is a great resource to have that reminds children with visual cues what theirs mouth should look like as they say a letter sound.
  • Final Consonant Deletion: Boat Theme by Speech With Miss Chelsea is an engaging articulation game with the sounds K & G included. Students are given multiple visual cues such as they boat and sentence strips as they practice K & G sounds and build in complexity level.
  • Articulation and Speech Sounds visual support BUNDLE (FREE) by Free Speech Goodies is a pack of 11 pages with visual cues on how to pronounce multiple sounds including K and G.

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Tactile Activities 

  • Shape and Say Articulation: Winter Theme Free by Miss Gardenia’s Speech Room is an engaging activity that has students build pictures with shape tiles as they practice their language skills. This activity includes lots of letter sounds including K & G!
  • Counting Bears Early Sounds Articulation Mats FREEBIE by Panda Speech is a bundle with multiple sounds that has students practice articulation as they cover mats with counting bears. This is a highly rated hands on activity!
  • Dough Articulation: K, G, F, S by Jenna Rayburn Kirk is an activity that younger elementary students love! Print out these mats with the name of the letter K & G and have students use playdough or clay as they practice articulation. We also recommend having students make a play dough ball to build into the pictures on the mats starting with that target sound.
  • Magnet Tiles Speech FREE Sample for /k/ and /g/: Articulation Toy Companion by Panda Speech is a favorite hands on activity! Students use magna-tile blocks to build letters and objects with their target sounds and words.

FOR YOU! We love hands on games, so we created a bundle of articulation fortune teller oragamis for students to practice their articulation skills! My students have loved cutting and folding these and then moving their hands around as they practice their target sounds. K & G are included in this bundle, but there are more than 20 sounds! Scroll to the bottom for a free sample of the origami fortune tellers for K and G!

Articulation Games

  • ARTICULATION WHEELS: K, G, T, & D FREE! By The Beachy Therapist is such a fun and easy to play game to practice K & G! This is a low prep activity for many different years of age students!
  • Go Gumballs Game! Articulation G Initial, Medial and Final! By Now We’re Talkin is a highly rated articulation game for younger elementary students that has a cute, gum ball themed gameboards!
  • Ugly Sweater Laundry – Articulation Game by The Urban SLP is a fun articulation game that has students laughing and engaged.

PRO TIP! We love original and creative articulation games, but there is also something to be said about the classics! At our Speech Therapy Store Shop , you will find articulation bundles to go with classic games such as our  Articulation Apple to Apple Game , Articulation Connect Four , and Articulation Bingo! Check them out!

Articulation Cards

  • HAM Articulation by Speech Me Maybe is a great articulation game with over 72 articulation cards to practice with! This deck focuses on K and G.
  • Monkey Match Articulation – k & g by SLPfromCLE is a highly rated articulation cards game that engages students with silly monkeys and written symbols. 
  • Animal Photo Articulation Flashcards by Busy Miss Lizzy Speech is a set of flashcards for K and G articulation with engaging animal photos on them!

SLPS LOVE IT! Our articulation Go Fish Deck Bundle is a favorite! This deck of articulation cards has something for everyone on your caseload!

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Interactive Games

  • Build a K and G Articulation Sentence Scene No Print Freebie by Beth Sies Creation for SLPs is a fully interactive game that has students build single words into a short sentence! This is great for students who are at sentence level articulation practice!
  • Track The Turkey Articulation – K and G (Lite Version) by Thought Bubble Therapist is an engaging game that has students practice  Kand G articulation as they track a turkey in a picture search scene. 
  • Speech Sounds: S, K, G, F, SH, CH, T, D, P, B by Kristen Leer is a great resource for younger elementary students that prompts them to drag and match single words to pictures.

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  • FREE SAMPLE Silly Sentences K and G Boom Cards™ Speech Therapy Articulation by Pinwheel Speech Source is a great resource that uses silly sentences to practice K and G at sentence level!
  • Boom Digital Cards Articulation K,G Sounds by Badger State Speechie is an interactive boom card set to practice high frequency k and g words!
  • Back to School K & G Sounds Boom Cards™ – Sticker Book – Articulation by Michelle’s Communication Corner is a highly rated boom card set that is interactive and fun for elementary students!

Minimal Pairs

  • Final /k/ and /g/ Minimal Pairs by the Curious SLP is a great resource for speech students with different types of speech sound disorders. Practice final K and G minimal pairs with a visual cue in this freebie!
  • Fronting & Backing Minimal Pairs (/k/ /t/ and /g/ /d/) by Rachel’s Speech Goodies is a 5 page set of minimal pairs flashcards that target the phonological process of k and g fronting.
  • Articulation: Minimal Pairs K and G, T and D, CH and SH by Miss Gardnia’s Speech Room is a spring and butterfly themed minimal pairs articulation card set.
  • /K/ and /G/ Sound Battleship Word List by Savvy Speech is a complete K and G wordlist that prompts a battle ship game.
  • Initial K and G Word List FREE for Speech Therapy Practice by Karina Kurlz is a word lists for K and G with clear and engaging pictures.
  • Father’s Day Word List: K & G by The Speech Spot Creations is a set of Initial and Final K and G Words with a Father’s Day theme.

BONUS: Visit our blog for an extensive list of articulation word lists and flashcards , as well as articulation freebies! Here are the highly rated K Word Blog Posts!

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Younger Students

  • K and G Speech Sound Articulation Homework by Speech Language Lady is a K and G homework bundle created for younger elementary students! 
  • K and G Fall Trees Printable Articulation Activity Speech Therapy FREEBIE by Pinwheel Speech Resources is a hands on activity for younger students that has them color or dot leaves as they practice their articulation target words.
  • No Prep K & G Articulation Fronting Game Boards by Britney Adams – SLP is a fun fall themed game boards for younger students to play on and practice the K and G sounds.

Sentences and Conversational Level

  • Encanto Articulation K and G by Jacelyn Kieffner is an older elementary favorite! Students use the movie Encanto to practice K and G articulation at sentence level.
  • Build a K and G Articulation Sentence Scene No Print Freebie by Beth Sies Creation for SLPS is a highly rated free resource to practice building sentences with K and G articulation.
  • G Flashcards and K Flashcards at sentence/convo level by Speech Therapy Store are a great way to practice articulation at word/phrase/sentence level. Use the flashcards to practice the WH- Questions for conversational level articulation practice too!

High School Students

  • Articulation Tower K/G Edition by Speech with Sharon is an engaging game similar to jenga that is great for older students to practice their K and G articulation in a fun way. 
  • Fry Words Articulation Card Deck- VELARS (Freebie!) by Voices Ablaze is a great resource that helps incorporate more articulation words into literacy sessions for high school students.
  • At Home Word Lists for Articulation and Phonology for SLPs – Freebie by Natalie Snyders is an organized word list to practice K and G articulation with your older students! Send this home to practice as homework. 

Ready to Go Worksheets

  • Spring Themed Articulation K & G Sounds Coloring Work Sheets Print & Go! By Sparkly Speech Girl are no prep, print and go coloring worksheets to practice K and G with your speech students!
  • FREEBIE! Valentine’s Day No Prep /K/ & /G/ Articulation by Speachin -n -teachin are fun valentines themed worksheets to practice K and G.
  • FREEBIE Articulation Bones – initial /k/ and initial /g/ by a Spoonful of Speech is a no prep set of worksheets for you to use in your therapy room to practice K and G!

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Picture scenes.

  • K & G Summer Articulation Folding Surprise Craft by Jeannie’s Speech room is a highly rated craft that opens into a picture scene for students to practice K and G articulation. This is great to send home as homework as well!
  • FREE No Print Final Consonant Deletion Picture Scenes for Speech Therapy by Teach Speech 365 is a no print picture scene for your students to practice lots of articulation words including K and G!
  • Christmas Search and Find Articulation Homework by Old Speech School is a highly rated free resource! Students search, find and color the target K and G articulation words in a picture scene.

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Seasonal Activities

  • Free Thanksgiving Baking Articulation Activity (K & G Sounds) by Lil Mae’s Speech is a great set of boom cards with a Fall and Thanksgiving theme!
  • Spring Freebie: Articulation /k/ and /g/ by Tale of Two Speechies is a bundle of Spring themed K and G articulation worksheets. This is highly rated!
  • Initial /K and G/ Fall Leaves – Articulation Craft FREEBIE by Let’s Get Speechie

Books and Short Stories

  • Goodnight Moon by Margaret Wise Brown is perfect for articulation therapy goals on your caseload. The repetitive text with the “g” sounds helps children with speech disorders to anticipate what might come next in the story. 
  • Articulation K and G: Pictured Silly Stories & Word Lists by Speech2u is a highly rated game that uses K and G silly words to make K and G short and silly sentences! 
  • G Sound Mini Articulation Activity Book Initial Medial Final Words and Phrases by Pep Talk is an engaging mini book to build with your students to practice the G sound.

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Reinforcement Games

  • Free Sample! /k/ and /g/ Articulation Coloring pages by Easy Peasy Lemon Speechie is a great reinforcement game with high instances of hitting the target sound.
  • K & G Articulation Dots FREEBIE! By Linden Speech is a great worksheet that is engaging and reinforcing for students practicing their K and G articulation.
  • Hugs and Kisses: Articulation K and G by a Speechie World is a fun and silly game that students love to play! It has one game board and 2 mats.

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We hope this list of resources to use when practicing K and G articulation is inspirational and helpful for you! There are so many ways to teach K and G, and making the speech therapy session engaging and fun for our students is a high priority! 

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In addressing these frequently asked questions, we aim to provide specific, evidence-based answers that will be useful for speech therapists, parents, and educators involved in helping children practice and improve their articulation of K and G sounds.

What activities can help children practice K and G sounds in speech therapy?

We often use engaging activities like blowing bubbles to encourage the production of the /k/ sound, as it closely resembles the mouth shape required to say “k.” For the /g/ sound, we might incorporate games involving animals, like gorillas or geese, as they naturally elicit the /g/ sound in a fun context.

How does using minimal pairs in therapy assist with correcting K and G sound errors?

Using minimal pairs, such as “coat” and “goat,” assists in enhancing phonological awareness. We find that this contrastive approach helps children discern the difference between sounds, thereby improving their articulation accuracy for K and G.

What are some age-appropriate K and G speech activities for preschoolers?

We use play-based activities such as “kitchen” stations for the /k/ sound or “garden” themes for the /g/ sound. These relevant, enjoyable activities help preschoolers practice the sounds without the drills feeling like work.

How effective are loaded sentences in the remediation of K and G sounds?

Loaded sentences, which are packed with target sounds, have proven very effective in our work. This repetitive and contextual practice encourages the child to use K and G sounds in a sentence-level format, fostering generalization to natural speech.

What types of ‘Would You Rather’ questions could be used to reinforce K and G sounds in therapy sessions?

We may use questions such as “Would you rather have a pet kitten or a pet kangaroo?” to practice the /k/ sound. For the /g/ sound, we might ask, “Would you rather grow grapes or play a game?” These choices invoke more natural speech and frequently repeat the targeted sounds.

At what age should a child typically be able to pronounce K and G sounds correctly?

Children typically master the K and G sounds by the age of three to four years. However, we observe variations in development, and we emphasize the value of early intervention if a child is showing signs of difficulty with these sounds.

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If you’re a speech language pathologist looking for activities, ideas, and articulation word lists for k and g words speech therapy practice, then you’re in the right place! This blog post explains the correct tongue position for k and g sounds. In addition, this article lists the most common substitutions for k and g, as well as articulation therapy tips for eliciting k and g sounds. Read on for k and g words speech therapy lists, and make sure to check out the recommended articulation activities for practicing these sounds! 

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Why Does a Speech Therapist Target K and G Words (Speech Therapy)?

A speech-language pathologist often targets k and g words in speech therapy. 

Many children, especially young children, have a hard time correctly producing k & g. 

SLPs teach the correct placement for velars and practice the target sound (k,g) in words, short phrases, and at the sentence level.

It is important to target a variety of articulation sounds as  children with speech sound disorders may be at risk for reading disorders .

Reference: 

Sices, L., Taylor, H. G., Freebairn, L., Hansen, A., & Lewis, B. (2007). Relationship between speech-sound disorders and early literacy skills in preschool-age children: impact of comorbid language impairment. Retrieved from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2755217/#:~:text=Disorders%20of%20articulation%20or%20speech,phonologic%2C%20and%20verbal%20memory%20skills.

Looking for the best k and g words speech therapy activities? Check out these fun velar fronting and articulation activities to try during your speech therapy session.

Correct Position for K and G

Both k and g sounds are velars and stops. 

These  velar consonants  are both considered to be a “back sound”- or speech sounds made “in the back of the mouth”.

The correct tongue placement for both k and g involves the back of the tongue lifting to make contact with the soft palate. 

At the same time, the front part of the tongue (tongue tip) is placed behind the lower front teeth.

A seal is formed for velar sounds and air pressure builds. 

This is a quick movement. You will hear the velar sound with the burst of air that is released. 

To feel this, put your hand near the front of the mouth during k and g production.

K is a voiceless sound. That means the vocal folds do not vibrate during the production of /k/.

G is a voiced sound. This means the vocal cords vibrate when saying /g/. 

Have your student feel their throat while producing /k/ and then /g/ to feel the difference between voiced and voiceless sounds.

Reference: Peña-Brooks Adriana, and M. N. Hegde.  Articulation and Phonological Disorders: Assessment and Treatment Resource Manual , PRO-ED, Austin, TX, 2007.

The Most Common Substitutions for K and G

Many different types of speech sound disorders can impact a child’s speech intelligibility.

This is an umbrella term that can include articulation disorders, phonological disorders, and motor speech disorders (such as  childhood apraxia of speech ).

Phonological processes, including  velar fronting  or  final consonant deletion , can impact the correct production of k and g sounds.

Need a breakdown of speech pattern simplifcations? Read about  the different phonological processes . 

Articulation Therapy Tips

Need a great way to teach the k&g sounds?

There are different ways to elicit these sounds during direct instruction therapy tasks. 

  • Try auditory bombardment. Read word lists or  children’s books  that contain k and g sounds.
  • You could try instructing a child to “Lift the back of your tongue”- but I like to  focus on the tongue tip as a better visual cue . I instruct my students to say their “low T” sound- and have the tip of their tongue touch the gumline behind their front bottom lower teeth.
  • Minimal pairs  can be very effective when targeting velar sounds.
  • Use your hand as a visual  for correct tongue placement.
  • Use gravity!  Have your student lay on their back while practicing these sounds.
  • A certified SLP could try using a  tongue depressor  to assist with lingual placement. This would only be recommended for a child who is comfortable with this method.
  • Working with younger students? I love doing “feed the….” activities, which would be appropriate in early intervention or with preschoolers. Check out this  crocodile hand puppet  that can be fed small objects. Work on target words like “ick” and “yuck”.  

These are articulation cards that target k and g words for speech therapy.

Resource Pictured: Speech Sound Mouth Cards

Home Practice Ideas

Parents can help students work on the k and g sounds at home.

One idea might be to provide parents with an  auditory bombardment word list .

Parents could read k or g words.

Their child should listen but not repeat the words.

Once a student can say the k or g sounds in isolation, they might practice  simple CV or VC sound combinations  (such as “go” or “ick”).

Finally, going on a  scavenger hunt  around the house for k and g words can be a fun activity.

Here are /k/ words that a child might find around the house:

G Word List

Are you looking for an articulation word list that contains g in the initial, medial, and final position of words? 

This blog post contains  g articulation word lists  that can be used during your speech therapy session.

K Word List

Here is a  word list for initial k, medial k, and final k words  that speech pathologists can use in therapy. 

These speech words can be paired with a game or a fun activity.

Articulation Word Lists

Do you need more articulation word lists to use in your speech therapy sessions? 

Check out these handy lists:

  • Multisyllabic Words  (1-5 syllables)
  • Cluster Words (S Blends)
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  • G Words for Speech Therapy
  • SH Words for Speech Therapy

K & G Words Speech Therapy Activities

Are you a speech therapist searching for a fun way to practice target words in speech therapy?

If you are working on k and g sound production, be sure to check out these engaging resources.

  • Speech Sound Mouth Visuals

These speech sound word cards will be unlike any you’ve ever owned.

You will be able to target a variety of speech sounds in the initial position, middle position, and end of a word.

First, these are a practical type of  speech room decor – I hang them up on my wall!

Next, these articulation cards are in the shapes of mouths- so you’ll have the ultimate handy visual during articulation therapy.

Finally, these cards can be laminated for unlimited use.

This image shows k and g words speech therapy articulation cards that can be used during articulation therapy.

Try these  speech sound mouth cards   to work on speech sounds at the word level.

Minimal Pairs Activity Play Dough Smash Mat

If you are working on fronting, these minimal pair activity sheets will be perfect to pair with play dough or a magnetic wand and chips!

This  Minimal Pairs Bundle  includes minimal pair pages for a variety of phonological processes, including:

  • cluster reduction
  • initial consonant deletion
  • final consonant deletion
  • voicing and devoicing

This image shows a velar fronting activity for speech therapy. This phonology activity targets g vs d minimal pair words and can be used with preschool students.

The  velar and palatal fronting packet  is included in the bundle. 

How To Use The Minimal Pair Pages

An  auditory bombardment  word list is included on every page. 

For example, if you are targeting the initial k sound, a list of initial k words is provided at the bottom of the page.

Your student would listen as you read the words,  but not repeat them .

Next, you can do an  auditory discrimination activity  with your students. Which sound did they hear? I have my student give a thumbs up or a thumbs down to indicate if they heard (or did not hear) their target speech sound.

Finally, your student can  practice minimal pairs . 

If you are working on velar fronting, you’ll choose a specific page with either k or g words. 

Magical Minimal Pair Worksheets and Activity Pages

This  Magical-Themed Minimal Pair Bundle  also targets fronting!

Every phonology activity contains both a  color  and  low ink  option, so it’s  perfect  for on-the-go. Just print! 

If you wish, you can laminate the color pages.

In addition, this packet is FUN! 

Let imaginations SOAR with this magical packet! 

Adorable wizards, gnomes, fairies, and dragons decorate every page. 

This picture shows a minimal pairs smash mat activity that targets velar fronting. It can be used during a speech therapy session for a preschool student with a phonological disorder.

This  Magical-Themed Phonology Bundle  includes cluster reduction, voicing and devoicing, initial consonant deletion, final consonant deletion, fronting, and backing activities.

The  fronting activity packet   (which is included in  the bundle ) contains the following minimal pairs:

  • k vs t initial
  • k vs t final
  • d vs g initial
  • d vs g final
  • sh vs s initial
  • sh vs s final

This will also you to target both velar and palatal fronting. 

Articulation Tic-Tac-Toe Worksheets

Have some  dot markers  on hand?

Or perhaps a  magnetic wand and chips ? 

Perfect, because you’ll want to use them with this  Articulation Tic Tac Toe  resource! 

A variety of speech sounds are targeted, including k and g.

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Each page features words with one target sound in the initial position, medial position, and final position.

Your student will practice saying a word before each turn at the game.

If desired, your student could also generate short sentences using the target word!

K & G Mixed Groups Resource

School speech-language pathologists are often trying to see a large caseload while working around 15 or more teacher schedules, special schedules, and activity schedules.

This is in addition to fitting in IEP meetings and paperwork!

It can be a tough balancing act!

This often leads to seeing students in groups- and sometimes, the goals don’t always match up.

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One student might be working on articulation, and another might have expressive or  receptive language goals ! 

This  Mixed Groups Bundle for Speech Therapy  offers the solution.

One page is selected based on the target speech sound (such as the initial k sound, which is provided in the  K & G Mixed Group Resource ).

Articulation words are sorted by noun or verb.

While one student works on articulation, another student can work on language goals- using the same target words. 

In summary, this article provided a variety of k and g words speech therapy lists (see  k words  and  g words ).

In addition, this article explained why a speech-language pathologist might target k and g words in speech therapy.

Read the article to better understand the correct lingual positioning for k & g.

Several elicitation tips are recommended for teaching velar sounds.

Related Speech Therapy Articles:

  • Try These Beneficial Fronting Activities for Speech Therapy
  • The Different Phonological Processes (List for SLPs)
  • 6 Quick (and Easy) Speech Therapy Activities for Preschoolers
  • Children’s Books for Speech Therapy: The Ultimate List

Finally, here are some effective resources to target k and g words in speech therapy:

  • Minimal Pairs Activity Pages for Play Dough
  • Magical-Themed Minimal Pairs Pages
  • Articulation Tic Tac Toe Worksheets
  • Mixed Groups Speech and Language Bundle for Speech Therapy

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