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Basic Speller - Lesson 26 - The Consonant Sounds [k] and [g]


Lesson Twenty-six

The Consonant Sounds [k] and [g]

1. You can hear the sound [k] at the beginning and end of kick.

You can hear the sound [g] at the beginning and end of gag.

In the words below the sound [k] is spelled <c>, <k>, <ck>, <cc>, or <ch>. The sound [g] is spelled <g>, <gg>, or <gh>. Underline the letters that spell either [k] or [g] in each word:

& \text{music} && \text{goods} && \text{bigger} && \text{books} \\ & \text{according} && \text{language} && \text{school} && \text{could} \\ & \text{dogging} && \text{because} && \text{kicker} && \text{blackest} \\ & \text{ducks} && \text{works} && \text{caller} && \text{account} \\ & \text{again} && \text{biggest} && \text{ghost} && \text{spaghetti}

2. Sort the words into these two groups:

http://www.ck12.org/

3. Now sort the words that contain [g] into these three groups:

http://www.ck12.org/

4. Sort the words that contain [k] into these five groups. Be careful because one word goes into two groups:

http://www.ck12.org/

5. Five ways to spell [k] are _______, _______, _______, _______, and _______.

6. Three ways to spell [g] are _______, _______, and _______.

http://www.ck12.org/

Word Pyramids. The following Pyramids are made up of words that contain the sound [g]:

http://www.ck12.org/

http://www.ck12.org/

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