Following Auditory Directions
Written by a Speech and Language Pathologist.
This resource is very versatile and one of the most popular books in the Great Ideas for Teaching range. It has a very wide age range and is the first in a series of three volumes that focus on developing auditory processing skills.
Use for the basic directions, with those who are no able to follow more complex directions. Use with children who are very weak in following directions that are given aloud, and who may still find directions very difficult. It is a best seller because it can be used and adapted by the therapist or facilitator in many different ways to meet the specific goals of individuals.
- Directions are provided for each activity, making the book easy for parents to use for home practice.
- Illustrated with attractive cartoons designed to appeal to children and help stimulate completion of the task.
- Fully photocopiable.
- Ages: 4 to 8 years
This is the first in the series, the intermediate resource is Following Auditory Directions (51468) and Processing Auditory Messages (50030).