Auditory PerceptionPromoting Speech comprehension and auditory attention.
Young children are constantly processing what they hear and learning language. Therefore, we can continuously look for new ways to encourage them with regard to these skills.
As soon as children are able to pick up objects, they automatically begin to use these objects to further develop their auditory perception.
In the beginning, a child may start to pick up objects, bang them against each other, tap them on surfaces, touch them, feel them, shake them back and forth, throw them or drop them. In this way, the children experience what this object sounds like. Children’s auditory perception can thus be passively encouraged from the very beginning.
Links to pages with mixed auditory perception tray suggestions, sorted by age, can be found in the navigation bar above as well as below. Again, as with our entire site, ages are only guidelines, as all children develop at their own pace.