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This set of 15 interactive PowerPoints and printables will help your students to develop their listening skill.
A walk around the house: Help Bruno the dog find out what is going on in his house by listening and identifying the sounds.
A walk in the forest: Help Sammy the squirrel find out what is going on in the forest by listening and identifying the sounds.
A walk in the neighbourhood: Help Tommy the cat find out what is going on in the neighbourhood by listening and identifying the sounds.
A walk in the park sound story: Sam goes for a walk in the park, and hears birds, thunder and rain.
There is a matching printable game to sequence the sound story
A listening moment: A countdown where the children have to listen carefully and see if they can remember and identify the sounds they hear.
Polly Doodle had a box: Polly Doodle has a box with objects in that make sounds. Listen to the sounds then click the button to reveal the object. Sing to the tune of Old Macdonald.
There is also a printable box picture for the students to play games of their own.
Describe and find it - farm: - the animals make noises when clicked.
Describe and find it - jungle: As above
Describe and find it - transport: As above
Plus four printable games – Describe it and find it – farm animals, insects, jungle and transport.
The object of these games is to describe to the student what the animal / object looks like, ask the student which animal /object it is, then make the sound the animal/object makes.
Grandmother's Footsteps 1: Grandmother hides behind the fence and plays an instrument. The children can be 'Grandmother' and press the buttons to play the instrument.
Grandmother's Footsteps 2: As above, with different instruments.
Plus Grandma mask printables
Noisy Neighbor 1: Those noisy neigbors keep making noises! A fun game where the students can listen to the noises and say what they are before they are shown on screen.
Noisy Neighbor 2: To encourage discussion about when it is good to be quiet and when it is ok to be noisy.
Plus time to be noisy / quiet question printables
What can you hear: 21 Onomatopoeic sounds (such as bang, pop, ding etc) for the children to mimic and identify.
Words about sounds: 16 musical clips for the children to listen to and identify whether they are fast or slow.
Sound pictures for different types of games (instruments, nature, people and transport) The cards can be sorted into favorite sounds/ quiet or loud sounds etc.
Big Ears – to print and encourage listening skills
Which instrument: A student hides and plays a selected instrument. The class choose which instrument it was.
Time to be noisy or quiet cards
Quiet and Loud signs
The set contains resources in both UK English spelling and US spelling versions.