Auditory

auditory
What we hear has meaning. Our safety and survival can depend upon our ability to differentiate and identify sounds and respond appropriately. Developing our sense of hearing enhances our cognitive, speech, language, communication, and social skills. Noise has a profound effect on our emotional well-being. Experience leads us to identify our individual tolerances in the balance of sound and silence.

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  • Pressing top makes balls pop and bounce

    Poppitoppy

    $20.99
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  • Hammering bench and xylophone teach cause and effect

    Pound and Tap Bench

    $29.99
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  • Segmented tactile fabric rainbow ball

    Rainbow Ball

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  • rainbow soft ball

    Rainbow Soft Ball

    $12.49
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  • Sound blocks develop auditory discrimination

    Rainbow Sound Blocks

    $44.99
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  • Long, see-through rainmaker

    Rainbowmaker 16″

    $24.99
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  • Recordable Buzzers teach cause and effect

    Recordable Answer Buzzers

    $24.99
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  • wooden sit-on box drum

    Rhythm Box II

    $59.99
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  • Rolling Bells Rattle

    $8.99
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  • Rolling Shapes Rattle

    $8.99
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  • Sensory rollers multi-sensory play

    Sensory Rollers

    $17.99
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  • Sensory Tubes promote sensory awareness

    Sensory Tubes

    $32.99
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  • Trio of wooden sensory tumbling balls

    Sensory Tumbling

    $24.99
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  • Sing-ALong nursery rhyme peg puzzle

    Sing-Along Nursery Rhymes 1

    $14.99
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  • solid wooden drum with mallet

    Solid Drum

    $24.99
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  • Farm animal sound peg puzzle

    Sound Peg Puzzle-Farm

    $14.99
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