Learning to Listen Sounds – Handout & Video Examples
How do I build sound-item associations for my child?
- Learning to Listen Sounds (LTLS) are a variety of sounds for common toys and/or objects.
- LTLS emphasize sound-object associations and are frequently used throughout a child’s daily routines.
- LTLS sounds are consistent (the cow will always say “moo”) and vary in the duration, intensity, pitch which provides a robust listening experience.
- Go on a stuffed animal scavenger hunt
- Play hide and seek with toy animals
- Race different vehicles down a ramp/across the floor
- Favorite songs: Old MacDonald