Letter K Homework

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Letter K Worksheets

Grade Level:  Kindergarten

The letter K is a dependable letter.  It usually makes the "kuh" sound as in kite. 

However, K is silent at the beginning of a word or syllable if it is followed by the letter "n" (as in knight).  


The activities are organized from easiest to most difficult.  Feel free to go only part way through the activities depending on the comfort level of the child!

Letter Recognition

  • Activity Sheet:  Hidden image -- color the capital letter K one color and the lower case k another color to reveal the hidden image.

 

Words that Begin with the Letter K:   

  • Activity Sheet:  Say the name of each picture out loud and listen for the Kk sound.
  • Activity Sheet:  Modern Manuscript:  Trace (print) the words that begin with the letter k.
  • Activity Sheet:  Standard Font:  Trace (print) the words that begin with the letter k.
  • Activity Sheet:  Draw a line to the words that begin with the sound of K 
  • Activity Sheet:  Color the words that begin with the sound of K.
  • Itsy Bitsy Book:  Little activity book with word that begin with the sound of K.

 

Words that End with the Letter K:    

  • Activity Sheet:  Say the name of each picture out loud and listen for the Kk sound.
  • Activity Sheet:  Modern Manuscript:  Trace (print) the words that end with the letter l.
  • Activity Sheet:  Standard Font:  Trace (print) the words that end with the letter k.
  • Activity Sheet:  Draw a line to the words that end with the sound of K 
  • Activity Sheet:  Color the words that end with the sound of K
  • Connect the Dots SHAMROCK:  Connect the dots to find the hidden picture 

 

Letter K Word Bank:

words that begin with the Letter K

  • kangaroo
  • kettle
  • kick
  • kid
  • king
  • kite
  • koala

words that end with the Letter K

  • black
  • book
  • chick
  • clerk
  • dark
  • duck
  • hook
  • ink
  • pick
  • pink
  • truck

Other Links:

Although the activities are geared more to the preschool age group, adding one or two less challenging activities when learning the letters can be a welcome break for the kids and can be given as a bonus activity for those who finish their work early.

  • Visit the Alphabuddies for some fun coloring pages and crafts to reinforce learning.
  • Visit Coloring ABC's for more coloring pages.

 
Each week we have a special "letter of the week".   During the week, we make crafts that feature the letter of the week and practice the upper and lower cases of the letter. 

WHAT WE DO - ACTIVITIES:  In the summer or a nice autumn day, take the opportunity to go fly kites.  You can either make your own (mine never fly that well *grin*) or go buy one at the store.  Just make sure you're flying in a safe (power line free) area. 

You can also learn the "Let's Go Fly a Kite" song from the Mary Poppins movie or the "Kite Days" poem by Mark Sawyer.  

WHAT WE DO - EXERCISE: OK, everyone's going to think I'm odd for this one, but I was a relatively sedate person my whole life and I wish now that I hadn't been.  Therefore, I try hard to get the kids to "do as I say, not as I did".  In order to make exercise fun, we do some fairly odd things... for the letter K, we decided we'd do our "home-made" version of karate.  This involves lots of kicking and punching at the air (er, it looks a bit like random flailing to outside observers, but we have big imaginations) we also jump around, do cartwheels and forward rolls.  Just make sure you do it somewhere with lots of space so no one (and nothing) gets injured... and you may want to hide the video camera before you begin! 

If Karate is too violent for you, you could pretend to be kangaroos... this also ends up being quite the workout!

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