Here are a some objects that start with K. Whether you are writing a poem or planning an alphabet activity for your preschooler, this list of over 100 items that start with K will certainly come in handy.
From animals like kangaroos and koalas, to household items like kettles and Kleenex there are some great words options that start with the letter K to get you started.
Note: this list contains K words that use both the /k/ sound (as in kite, kitchen, and kale) as well as, and the /silent k/ sound (as in knob, knife, and knight).
Ultimate List of Objects that Start with K
Foods that start with K:
- Kettle corn
- Key Lime Pie
- Kidney beans
- King Crab
- Kit Kat
- Kosher salt
- Klondike Bar
- Krispie Creme donuts
- Krispie treats
- Kung Pao Chicken
- Kakapo bird
- Kangaroo rat
- Kestrel bird
- Killer whale
- Killdeer bird
- Kiwi bird
- King Snake
- Komodo Dragon
- Korean Field Mouse
Household Items that start with K:
- Kitchen utensils
- Kitchen Aid mixer
- King sized bed
- Knick knacks
- Kleenex (tissues)
- Karate Belt
- Karate uniform
- Knitted sweater
- Knee socks
- Kete drums
- Kane (a gong)
- Kidney stones
- Kepler telescope
Random objects that start with K:
- Karaoke machine
Objects that Start with K for Preschool and Kindergarten
Looking for some common objects that start with K for preschool and kindergarten? Objects you can use for alphabet activities or letter recognition?
If so, I have a simple list of things your kids are, more than likely, familiar with that correspond with the letter K. (Most of these use the simple /k/ sound with the exception of the word ‘knob’)
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Objects that start with K for Kindergarten and Preschool:
- Kite – We went to the beach so I could fly my new kite.
- Key – My dad handed me to key so I could unlock the front door.
- Kitten – We have an orange and white kitten named Creamsicle.
- Kettle – The water in the kettle is hot.
- Keyboard – We have an electric keyboard instead of a piano.
- Kit – Every month I receive a science kit in the mail.
- Koala – I loved watching the koala bear nibble on the bamboo.
- Ketchup – I like to put ketchup and mustard on my hamburgers.
- Kiwi – The fruit salad had bananas, apples, and a kiwi.
- Keychain – My mom has seven keys on her keychain.
- Knob – I turned the door knob and opened the front door.
- Kangaroo – We saw a mother kangaroo at the zoo yesterday.
Want More Words that Start with Letter K?
Do you want even more words that start with K? More words including other nouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs? If so, check out the full K Words for Kids list. This big list is stuffed with lots of fabulous words that start with the letter K.
Do you want word lists for other letters of the alphabet as well? Check out all of the Words for Kids by Alphabet Resources! Not only does each letter have a list, but there is a free printable learning pack with each letter of the alphabet, including K.
Things You Can do With the Objects that Start with K List
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Wondering what you can do with this ‘objects that start with K’ list? If so, here are some alphabet, reading, writing, and vocabulary ideas to get you started!
- Make a Brainstorm Map for Letter K – To make a brainstorm map for letter K, Write the letter K in the middle of your paper (or brainstorm map template). Next, have your students come up with as many items or they can think of that begins with the letter K. When their brainstorm map is full of K objects, have them share their completed maps.
- Read Books That Highlight K Words for Kids – Visit your local library and check out some of your favorite books for letter K and read through them with your kids! This is a fantastic way to get your kids identifying words that begin with K and building their letter recognition skills.. Two of our children’s favorite books for learning K words were: Kite Day by Will Hillenbrand and Kitten’s First Full Moon by Kevin Henkes.
- Play the K Word Categories Game – To play this game, write a few different categories up on a whiteboard or chalkboard. (These categories can include things like: foods, clothes, music, animals, household objects, etc.) Then, set a timer and have your kids see how many K words they can put into the categories before the timer goes off. This activity gets your kids thinking quickly while building their K word vocabulary.
- Spell K Words with Letter Tiles: Wanting to use the K words for spelling practice? Try having your kids practicing their spelling by using letter tiles. (You can use Scrabble letter tiles, plastic magnetic letters, or any type of individual letter products.) To practice, call the word out and have your spell the word using the letter. If you’ve got younger kids who are not quite ready to spell the K words on their own, simply let them copy the word.
What would you add to this list of objects that start with the letter K?
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