Listen, Remember, and Do
If your children aren't hard of hearing, just hard of listening, they may need to practice that ability. Many situations in life require students to be able to follow oral directions. Children who are excessively visual and very non-auditory may need a little encouragement to develop their auditory skills. Listening exercises also can help improve short-term memory, as children must concentrate to recall instructions. In this series, children must pay attention as you give oral directions, then use their retention powers to complete the exercises. Direction script to be read by the teacher is separate from the reproducible student worksheets. Nice variety of formats and responses.