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Words with k in (Y4)

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walk
Let's walk home through the park.
kept
The flames of the fire kept us warm.
King
The king wears a gold crown.
kill
Cats often kill birds.
kiss
He gave her a good luck kiss.
kicked
He kicked the ball through the window.
sock
There's a hole in the heel of my sock.
thank
Thank you for the invitation to the party.
broken
The broken tap is leaking.
crackle
The fire started to crackle in the stove.
kitten
That pretty little kitten is so cute.
choking
Dad was choking on a piece of fish. *
wrinkle
Grandma says she has a new wrinkle every day.
kennel
Some dogs live outside in a kennel.
kestrel
I saw a kestrel hovering in the sky. *
lurk
The Lochness Monster does lurk in the deep waters. *
kettle
Put the kettle on for coffee.
kingdom
There was a ruler of each kingdom. *
shrink
Please don't shrink my jumper mum! *
broken
The broken tap is leaking.

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