Apps for Auditory Processing/Sound Discrimination Skills
Sounds At Home ($6.99) children aged between 2 and 6 years can practice a range of auditory skills. The Sounds at Home app was designed by a Speech and Language Pathologist to help young children be aware of sounds in their environments and sounds in words as well as following instructions which requires auditory memory. All this learning occurs within the context of a house using familiar vocabulary. Auditory Awareness - Phonemic Awareness - Following Directions -
Sounds At Home on the App Store on iTunes
Auditory Memory Ride ($19.99) a comprehensive and fun app for students aged six to 13 with central auditory processing disorder (CAPD) or other related disorders (e.g., receptive language disorder or autism). The Auditory Memory Ride app includes over 1000 stimuli with pre-recorded audio and the ability to introduce background noise. Includes both recognition & recall tasks with the ability to delay the presentation of the stimuli. No delay, 5-second, 10-second, & 15-second delay.
Auditory Memory Ride
Phonetic Birds ($1.99) an auditory training app that uses game play to help children learn to listen for changes in sound patterns. 3 different ways to play ►Adventure Play - 72 levels, divided into three skills: pitch awareness, loudness comparison, and sound pattern imitation. The beginning levels are easy, but they become more difficult as the game advances. ►Quick Play-directed practice on one skill at a time. ►Random Play presents the games in random order.
Phonetic Birds on the App Store on iTunes
School of Multi-Step Directions ($18.99) for students ages five to 12, to improve auditory comprehension of multi-step directions in the academic context. 2-step, 3-step and 4-step of unrelated directions with multiple levels of difficulty. Figure-Ground.
School of Multi-Step Directions
Keyword Understanding ($8.99) (No available reviews) Targets the understanding of spoken & written directions. Works on the basic concepts of size & color as well as one and two-step directions of increasing difficulty Auditory Only: Match the spoken instruction to the picture(s) Text Only: Match the written instruction to the picture(s) Auditory & Text: Match the spoken & written instructions to the picture(s)
Processing Pow Wow ($19.99) Processing Pow-Wow targets auditory processing and memory skills. It is appropriate for ages 5 and up. There are a total of 6 levels and a barrier game activity. Each level has up to 50 different stimuli that are presented in a randomized order. "Wait time" is embedded in the app, following the presentation of auditory information, in order to allow the user time to process the information before using it. Data tracking capability is also included.
Processing Pow Wow
Finger Master ($0.99 - sale FREE on 3/14/14) How sharp is your color and music memory ability? Choose from different music instruments such as Piano, Violin and Tuba -Great way to improve musical and memory skills. Blind Mode : Use only your hearing sense - Rhythm Tap : Repeat the music with the same rhythm - Finger Lock : Raise only the correct finger at a time
Finger Master on the App Store on iTunes
StoryBuilder for iPad ($7.99) designed to help children accomplish the following educational goals: 1) Improve paragraph formation; 2) Improve integration of ideas; and 3) Improve higher level abstractions by inference. Extensive use of audio clips promotes improved auditory processing for special needs children with autism spectrum disorders or sensory processing disorders.
StoryBuilder for iPad
iMouf ($14.99) a refreshing dynamic application to learn sound and speech awareness. iMouf wants to bring humor, joy and happiness to all he touches while teaching the different characteristics sounds make. Learning sound differences is the foundation of reading,speech and writing.
iMouf on the App Store on iTunes
SoundWorld+ ($0.99) There are more than 260 sounds in the application SoundWorld. They are divided into categories: animals, birds, transport, musical instruments, insects, electric tools etc. Besides there is a play of the waves, a thunderstorm and noise of lively urban streets. Press any picture, look and listen to what is hidden behind it.
SoundWorld+ on the App Store on iTunes
What’s That Sound? Learning to Listen and Identify Sounds ($1.99) This interactive game develops auditory discrimination and processing skills in young learners. Players will improve their skills by matching objects and their associated sounds. Simple auditory processing skills lay the foundation for learning how to read, speak and spell.
What’s That Sound? Learning to Listen and Identify Sounds
SoundSwaps ($9.99) The goal of SoundSwaps is to assist students to improve decoding and encoding skills through improved auditory conceptualization. (It’s great practice for all students, but was originally designed for students with dyslexia and auditory processing disorders.) Students will practice seeing and hearing words and learning where and when sounds are deleted, added, or moved to make new words.
SoundSwaps on the App Store on iTunes
Speaking of Apps : Hey Bear! What Do You Hear?June 12, 2013 11:28 AM by Jeremy Legaspi - Listen Up Bear ($1.99) is a fun app based on the classic kids tune "The Bear Went Over the Mountain," but in this version it is not to see what he can see but instead to hear what he can hear! itunes.apple.com/...
Speaking of Apps : Hey Bear! What Do You Hear?
Hear2Read ($5.99) Phonics teaches children the relationships between letters & sounds & helps children use these relationships to speak & write words. Knowing these relationships helps young readers recognize familiar words accurately & easily "decode" new words. This is a Phonological Awareness skill called Auditory Processing. For teachers, parents, & therapists to encourage children to practice these skills. Level 1:Auditory Analysis can be used by children from approximately 4 years of age.
Hear2Read on the App Store on iTunes
"Sound Sorts" ($0.00 on 6/3/13) "Sound Sorts" version for iPhone and iPod Touch. * Easy to learn educational game for children ages 3-6. * Game helps kids develop and build pre-reading skills. * Child will match pictures to beginning letter sounds. * Child can tap any picture or letter to hear audio help. * Child will gain confidence in matching letter sounds to pictures. * Skills learned helps to prepare a child for blending letter sounds.
"Sound Sorts" on the App Store on iTunes
Meek-a-Moo ($2.99 - reduced to .99 on 5/21/13) 50 lively animals will turn your iPad into FOREST, ZOO, FARM, HOME and LAKE. Each scene is filled with colorful illustrations, cute animation and funny sounds. Touch the screen and you will bring new friends to life. Your kids will learn the names of animals and hear the sounds they make. Guess animals by their sounds! Using three tips, your little explorers will be able to do this all on their own. ...
Meek-a-Moo on the App Store on iTunes
Rhyme Sorts HD ($1.99) "Rhyme Sorts" HD for iPad helps develop auditory discrimination by matching rhyme sounds. In this fun educational game, the child tries to match the rhyming pair of pictures and audio to the rhyme images shown on top and bottom. At any time, the child can tap the picture to hear what the rhyme word sounds like. * Easy to learn educational game for children ages 3-6. * Game helps children develop rhyming skills. * Child will match rhyming picture sounds.
Rhyme Sorts HD on the App Store on iTunes
Comprehension Aphasia ($19.99) created for adults and children-focuses on auditory comprehension of increasingly longer & complex yes-no- questions and directions with the ability to turn on background noise.-Yes-no questions with six levels of difficulty -Basic Directions with one element with 12 levels of difficulty - Basic Directions with two elements with 12 levels of difficulty - Temporal Directions with 18 levels of difficulty - Conditional Directions with nine levels of difficulty
Sound Sorts ($1.99) a beginning letter sounds match game. educational game for children ages 3-6. * Game helps children build pre-reading skills. * Child will match pictures to beginning letter sounds. * Child gains confidence in matching letter sounds to pictures. * Skills learned helps to prepare a child for blending letter sounds. * All game play levels are saved so child can easily resume play. * Create up to ten user names in menu.
Sound Sorts on the App Store on iTunes
Buzzle ($0.00) drag & drop puzzle for the younger kids. Watch your kids learn the names and sounds of Animals, Fish, Bugs, Birds, Dinosaurs, Musical Instruments, planets, vehicles as well as ABCs, 123s & more! Scientifically designed game that engages your child in a series of 31 shape matching puzzles that are based on captivating themes. The brilliant explosion of colors, vivid sounds, & striking images encourage kids to be curious about remarkable details in conventional surroundings.
Buzzle ($0.00) A must have drag and drop puzzle for the younger kids. Watch your kids learn the names and sounds of Animals, Fish, Bugs, Birds, Dinosaurs, Musical Instruments, planets, vehicles as well as ABCs, 123s and lots more! Engages your child in a series of 31 shape matching puzzles that are based on captivating themes. The brilliant explosion of colors, vivid sounds, and striking images encourage kids to be curious about remarkable details in conventional surroundings.
Buzzle - Kids free educational shape puzzle app
Auditory Processing Studio ($29.99) was created by a certified speech and language pathologist for adults and children ages 7 and up who exhibit Central Auditory Processing Disorder or other auditory processing disorders. This research-based app implements the bottom-top approach to treatment of auditory processing disorders and focuses on improving auditory processing through auditory discrimination, auditory closure, and phonological awareness activities.
Auditory Processing Studio App
Beat Sneak Bandit ($2.99) From reviewer: The premise is very simple: tap to the beat to move forward. You turn around when you come up against a solid anything (wall, guard, etc.) The execution is nothing short of genius. The challenge comes in figuring out the right route to take to get the clocks and the pattern of the guards and other obstacles. The look of the game is fantastic and (of course) the soundtrack is catchy and fun!