Phonological Processing activities such as Auditory Bombardment and Auditory Discrimination Practice can help students to develop a mature phonological system. These activities are beneficial in many ways.
They help with:
- Literacy development
- Development of auditory processing skills (important in decoding words)
- Facilitation of improved speech intelligibility (being able to clearly understand what your child is saying).
Wearing headphones or earbuds is encouraged during activities where the iPad, iPhone, or other electronic devices are being used!
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