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-k, -ck, or –ke a the end of a word?. Use –ck if you hear the /k/ sound right after a short vowel. Examples: back peck sick sock tuck.

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1 -k, -ck, or –ke a the end of a word?

2 Use –ck if you hear the /k/ sound right after a short vowel. Examples: back peck sick sock tuck

3 Use –ke to make the vowel long Examples: make pike poke duke

4 Use –k when you hear words with –ook, or other welded sounds like Examples: book cook

5 Lets read some!

6 back

7 pack

8 quack

9 rack

10 sack

11 tack

12 black

13 crack

14 bake

15 cake

16 fake

17 lake

18 make

19 quake

20 rake

21 take

22 wake

23 brake

24 flake

25 shake

26 snake

27 kick

28 lick

29 pick

30 quick

31 sick

32 brick

33 chick

34 click

35 slick

36 stick

37 bike

38 hike

39 spike

40 strike

41 dock

42 knock

43 lock

44 rock

45 sock

46 block

47 clock

48 shock

49 stock

50 joke

51 poke

52 woke

53 broke

54 choke

55 smoke

56 spoke

57 book

58 cook

59 hook

60 shook

61 look

62 took

63 duck

64 luck

65 suck

66 tuck

67 pluck

68 stuck

69 struck

70 truck

71 High Frequency Words our

72 your

73 because

74 over

75 away


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