Individuals with auditory processing disorders often find it difficult to pay attention, listen to, and recall information when it is presented orally (Reading Rockets). Auditory Memory Games Club offers four auditory awareness activities specifically designed to help individuals gain these important skills.
At the bottom of the identification screen, a tally counter shows the number of correct and incorrect answers. Green indicates correct, while red indicates incorrect.
In Let’s Put In Order, the player is given a series of words and asked to put the pictures in the correct order. The number of words increases in length based on player success.
Auditory Memory Club specifically targets listening skills and auditory memory; however, through directed language expansion, it can also encourage both receptive and expressive language skills.
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Mense, Debney and Druce (2006) Short-term auditory memory activities. ACER Press. Australia.