Begin teaching self-advocacy skills with these fun parts of the ear activities.
Teachers of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing are responsible for teaching students about their ears and hearing loss. An early self-advocacy skills is being able to explain your own hearing loss. These activities help TODs teach students about the different parts of the ear.
Parts of the Ear Playdoh Mat
-----Laminate and use playdoh to make each part of the ear on the mat
Connect the Dots
-----Students connect the dots to make a picture of the ear
Label the parts: inner/middle/outer ear
-----Cut and paste labels to correct parts of ear (easy version)
Label the parts: pinna, ear canal, ear drum, hammer, anvil, stirrup, oval window, cochlea, auditory nerve
-----Cut and paste labels to correct parts of ear (harder version)
Cut and Paste: Pictures
-----Students cut out parts of the ear and glue onto correct place
Check out some of my other TOD resources:
Self-Advocacy Problems and Solutions
Auditory Comprehension Strategies and Passages
Vocabulary Task Cards for Preview and Review
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