The Auditory Discrimination, Memory and Integration Board Game
Really ten auditory games in one!
Auditory Discrimination: Minimal Pairs, Word Parts, Sounds in Words
Auditory Memory: Numbers, Words, Sentences, Facts/Details in a Paragraph
Auditory Integration: Interpretation of Directions, Listening for Key Words, Following Multi-level Commands
Each deck has 24 cards (240 in all). With every turn, you read aloud from a card. Students take turns listening carefully, following the card directions, rolling the die, and placing the tokens on the game board. When all of the spaces are full of tokens, the player with the most tokens on the board wins! Look Who’s Listening is for 2-6 players or you can just use the cards with any number of students!
Worried that the Game will be too big to easily carry from school-to-school? NO PROBLEM!
Each game will come with 3 heavy-duty poly bags that you can use to hold all of the game materials. Front and back of bag demonstrating this suggestion is shown. One to use and two spare bags for your convenience.
What makes Look Who’s Listening extra special? Each card allows you to choose the level of difficulty for every child. As students improve their listening skills, you can ask more challenging questions.
- Comes in a 10″ x 10″ x 3″ sturdy box
- A sturdy, colorful game board (18″ x 18″)
- 240 auditory skill cards (2 3/4″ x 2 1/4″);
- 216 foam tokens (36 in 6 colors)
- 2 red foam dice
- Game ideas sheet.