Auditory Processing Activities

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Enhancing Auditory Processing skills is an integral part of learning and skill building. Our Auditory Processing Activities are play-based and easy to implement.

Junk Jam Music Auditory Processing Game

Junk Jam Music Game

Junk Jam Music Game PDF

Let the kids tap and drum to explore the different sounds. Once the bottles were hung the ideas for games just kept coming. Try this in your yard or school and see what games make your heart sing.

Objectives: Auditory Discrimination, Pitch and Volume, Patterning

 

 

Auditory Hide and SeekAuditory Hide and Seek

Auditory Hide and Seek PDF

Most of us played hide and seek when we were children and just about all children know the game. Try playing this version to build auditory processing skills.

Objectives: Auditory Processing, Object permanence, Turn taking, Patience, Critical thinking.

 

 

Be All Ears Bean Bag ToWe use bean bags for many games. Here is a game designed to work on auditory processing skills.ss

Be All Ears Bean Bag Toss PDF

We use bean bags for many games. Here is a game designed to work on auditory processing skills.

     Objectives: Auditory Processing, Following Directions, Throwing/Aim

 

 

Listening Game for KidsDo As I Say, Not As I Do

Do as I Say, Not as I Do PDF

The idea of the game is to teach the child to listen rather than relying on visual cues.

Objectives: Auditory Processing and Following directions.

 

 

Auditory Processing Game

Find the Cell Phone

Find the Cell Phone PDF

A game that exercises listening skills while still being engaging for the child.

Objectives: Auditory Processing, Shared enjoyment, Reasoning and logic.

 

 

Following Directions Activity

Make Me a Pizza, Please!

Make Me a Pizza, Please! PDF

How will Penelope get her pizza? She will have to make a pizza for herself. Unfortunately, Penelope does not know how to make a pizza so she needs help. Can you make a pizza for Penelope, please?

Objectives: Auditory Processing, Sequencing.

Tell Me What I Said

Tell Me What I Said

Tell Me What I Said PDF

An auditory processing activity for when you are driving in a car.

Objectives: Auditory Processing, Comprehension and Attention.

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  1. I pinned this! And it couldn’t have come at a better time for us, either!!

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    1. Thanks! I hope you have a fun time with jamming with junk. 🙂

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