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Here, we are covering activities for auditory learners, but you’ll also discover types of learners (an auditory learner is just one learning style!) and how to best support students with specific listening needs. Let’s get started with auditory processing activities to support auditory learners.
Here, you will find information on how to improve attention and memory with auditory processing techniques, specifically through auditory feedback. We’re sharing information regarding an auditory processing tool and auditory attention activities to utilize auditory feedback to promote attention and memory within functional tasks.
This is a great Fall activity that uses crunchy leaves to work on auditory processing skills. Auditory processing activities can help kids become more aware of distinct sounds and strengthen auditory abilities for better listening.
Sensory activities for babies is a tool to help little ones grow and develop life-long essential skills. Baby sensory experiences and sensory play go hand in hand. A baby has so much exposure to sensory stimulation each day. From sounds, to sights, to textures and temperatures, a baby’s sensory system is rapidly developing and filing away ... Read More about Sensory Activities for Babies
These auditory sensitivity activities for kids are great for addressing auditory sensory needs or can be added to a sensory diet for kids. Auditory sensitivities can limit learning and play. Try some of these backyard activities to guide auditory processing development.
Did you know that auditory learners best retain information when they hear new concepts being explained to them, rather than seeing them? For this reason, many auditory learners benefit greatly when studying with sound recordings and audiobooks.