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Activities for Children With Auditory Processing Problems

by Alice Ladkin
Five percent of school-aged children are affected by auditory processing problems. These children are unable to process auditory information effectively because their brains cannot always recognize and interpret sounds. Not only do children with this problem find it difficult to detect sound, but th...
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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.