- Picnic Barrier Game
Barrier games are a fun way to listen while playing a matching game.
- Fun in the Kitchen
Baking and cooking in the kitchen is a great way to encourage auditory skill development.
- What’s in the Box?
In this activity, we will be using Learning to Listen Sounds to reinforce the association of a sound like woof-woof with the object-dog.
- Nursery Rhymes
As children listen to nursery rhymes, they soon begin to imitate with vocalizations and/or gestures, repeat and then sing with independence.
- Sidewalk Chalk
Grab some chalk and head outside!
- Listening Walk
What do you hear in your neighborhood? A garbage truck, a bird, a child laughing.
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