Does your child seem to have, um, selective hearing?  You tell him (or her) to do this or that and you’re very lucky if one little smidgen of it gets done?  Yeah, that can be infuriating to a…

Brain Training Activities for Auditory Attention

Does your child seem to have, um, selective hearing? You tell him (or her) to do this or that and you’re very lucky if one little smidgen of it gets done? Yeah, that can be infuriating

Orton-Gillingham lessons: Visual-auditory discrimination practice

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Be All Ears Bean Bag Toss Auditory Processing Activity & Listening to Directions Activity

Be All Ears Bean Bag Toss Auditory Processing Activity

Be All Ears Bean Bag Toss Auditory Processing Activity & Listening to Directions Activity

Auditory Hide and Seek Kids practice listening skills while they play!

Auditory Hide and Seek: an Auditory Processing Game

Sensory Auditory Toys & Tools | The Sensory Spectrum

Sensory Auditory Tools & Toys

Tell Me What I Said Listening Game Hearing a story, directions, a list and then being able to repeat it back can be challenging. Play this game and build those skills.

Tell Me What I Said Listening Game

Listening Teach & Support Tell Me What I Said Listening Game Hearing a story, directions, a list and then being able to repeat it back can be challenging. Play this game and build those skills.

Fun Auditory and Visual Processing Activities with LEGOs                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Auditory and Visual Processing Activities with LEGOs

Today I want to share several fun LEGO activities for auditory and visual processing skills, two important brain functions that contribute to our reading and writing abilities.

These helpful strategies can be used to facilitate auditory memory of word lists, sentences, or directions at any age! Teaching these strategies to children as young as 7 can help improve their ability to recall auditory information, especially for those with diagnosed Central Auditory Processing Disorders.

These are strategies to support memory for the human brain and these strategies work for all ages. Teaching these strategies at a young age can help students recall auditory information.

Free worksheets to help children develop strong listening skills.

Free worksheets and activity suggestions to help children practice important listening skills (from "School Sparks").

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