Dixie Cup Ling Six Sounds Game for Children with Hearing Loss

Dixie Cup Ling Six Sounds Game for Children with Hearing Loss
Dixie Cup Ling Six Sounds Game for Children with Hearing Loss
Dixie Cup Ling Six Sounds Game for Children with Hearing Loss
Dixie Cup Ling Six Sounds Game for Children with Hearing Loss
Dixie Cup Ling Six Sounds Game for Children with Hearing Loss
Dixie Cup Ling Six Sounds Game for Children with Hearing Loss
Dixie Cup Ling Six Sounds Game for Children with Hearing Loss
Dixie Cup Ling Six Sounds Game for Children with Hearing Loss
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If you have a child on your caseload who utilizes cochlear implants or hearing aids, identification of the Ling Six Sounds is a critical skill to target in therapy! This is a fun and low-prep activity that can assist you in teaching them this skill. All you need are 7 Dixie cups! It can also be shared with parents!
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Who would benefit from this resource?
This resource is beneficial for children with hearing loss who are using some form of amplification (cochlear implants, hearing aids).
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What are the Ling Six Sounds?
The Ling Six Sound Test was created by Daniel Ling. The purpose of the Ling Six Sound Test is to ensure that a child’s hearing technology is functioning appropriately. It’s a low-tech way to make sure a child is able to hear the spectrum of sounds (pitch and loudness) in the English language, which is critical for language and academic learning.
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How to you complete a Ling Six Sound Test?
Eventually, the Ling Six Sound Test can be completed in just a few seconds, by having the child repeat a series of phonemes without visual cues: ah, oo, ee, sh, s, m. However, when a child is first learning to listen, they need to learn to detect the sounds, and secondly, discriminate between the sounds, before they are able to repeat the sounds without any cues.
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What is the purpose of this activity?
This activity is an activity used to teach the Ling Six sounds to a child with hearing aids and/or cochlear implants. It can be used during therapy and is a great activity to teach parents for home carry-over.

For more information on working with children hearing loss, check out:
Learning To Listen Sound Discrimination BOOM Cards
Learning to Listen Sounds for Children with Hearing Loss
Therapy Strategies for Children with Hearing Loss
My Hearing Helpers Presentation for Self Advocacy

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