Auditory Memory Magic

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233 Ratings
Speech Time Fun
Grade Levels
2nd - 8th
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27 pages
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My students and I love these games. I love how it assesses a variety of skills in an engaging way. It is very simple and fun to use.
Our school had a circus themed week & I purchased these to go with the theme. The students really enjoyed the games!


Target auditory memory with the variety of games and visuals included in this resource. Your students will be able to improve their auditory memory, listening skills, and comprehension by playing these fun and engaging games. Plus, with a "magic" theme, they'll be intrigued to play!


What awesome auditory memory activities are included?

★ Visual of memory strategies

★ Repeat It Back: A board is provided to use with this game. Students will be provided with strings of four letters, numbers, and words. They must repeat it back verbatim in order to take a turn in the game!

★ Do the Direction: Students will select a card from the pile. They will hand the card to the teacher/SLP/peer. They will listen and repeat (or whisper) to themselves the direction heard. Then, they will follow the direction. Once they follow the direction accurately, they can hold onto their card. If they pick the card labeled “magic show,” then they will get an extra turn! The student with the most cards at the end is the winner.

★ Listening for Details: Students will pick a card. They will hand the card to the teacher/SLP/peer. They will listen to sentences and will be provided with a question. Once they respond accurately, they will hold onto their card. Each card will have a point value ranging from 1-5. Once all the cards are used, the students will add up their points to determine a winner!

★ What’s the Magic Word?: Students will pick a card with a magic word on it. They will have five seconds to read/hear the word, and then they must place it down. Students must recall the word by repeating it to themselves. The students will earn points for recalling the word and using it in sentences. Each sentence will earn a point. You can use a sand timer to help designate the “end of a turn.” The student with the most points at the end is the winner.

★ Auditory Closure BINGO: Students must listen and recall the cloze sentence on the calling cards. All responses to fill in the blanks are on their BINGO boards. The students must listen to the sentence read out loud, use learned strategies to assist in recall, and locate the missing word. Keep playing until someone gets a “row.”


What are other customers saying about this product?

"A fun, motivating packet for my students who are deaf and hard of hearing! Thanks!"

"Great product for teaching students how to listen to key information. I like that they have to utilize strategies to play the games."

"One of my favorite TpT purchases thus far. This auditory memory pack has a variety of games to work on auditory memory and processing. Many of my students are missing some of the basics of auditory memory, thanks for an easy, engaging way to work on it."


Want other auditory comprehension resources? Check these out:

Cupcake Listening for WH- Questions

Soccer Listening for Details

Winter Listening for Details


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