Listening Comprehension Language Processing of Describing Words

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Susan Berkowitz
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Do your students have difficulty processing language for listening comprehension? Are you looking for therapy materials that focus on listening to descriptions and language processing skills? In this set of listening comprehension games students use their auditory processing skills to identify objects and people given descriptive clues.

Multiple activities provide repetition with variety, to keep students engaged.

Included are:

  • 36 Listening to descriptions game cards with multiple choice responses (visual cues)
  • 18 BINGO type cards for animals, occupations and foods and listening comprehension calling cards
  • Game board and spinner with 72 additional game cards

 Read the description to the students, have them select the correct answer from the choice of two pictures symbols provided. Included topics: animals, food, vehicles, furniture.

Have students pick a card from the pile and take turns, or you can use the game board and spinner for a board game.

BINGO cards for animals, food, and occupations have describing cards you can use as “calling” cards. You provide the description, the students place markers on their cards once they figure out what you’ve described and have found it on their cards.

You can also use the BINGO calling cards/ description cards in a board game for students who don't need the visuals.

Buyers say:

  • I like the fact that there are visual supports for students to select responses from. This is agreat tool for listening comprehension, language processing and understanding object descriptions.
  • Once again, Susan, you nailed it. I used these describing activities with minor changes with my preschoolers as well as my Special Needs ID middle school students. Both loved them equally. Thank you.

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Only for use with your own caseload

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