Auditory Discrimination Game
Auditory discrimination is the ability to recognize the difference between sounds. We often take this to mean letter sounds or rhyme, but any type of sound could be used to practice auditory discrimination.
This game uses animal sounds.
For this game, the cards are flipped upside down and a child chooses one card. He then makes the sound of the animal on the card.
The first child to guess the correct animal gets to hold onto the card for the rest of the game.
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Wendy Joy Yohman
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