Listening Apps Related to Deaf Education
- Apps for Kids (and Adults) with Hearing Loss
- Auditory Skills Checklist
Track the progress of a child’s auditory development and in setting goals.
- Auditory Workout
- Basic Sounds for Toddlers (free)
- HB Phonological
- Hear Builder: Auditory Memory (free)
This app is only for student use by SCHOOLS and DISTRICTS with access to HearBuilder
- Hear Coach (free)
Designed to help individuals with hearing loss improve their ability to listen in noise.
- HOPE Words HD ($1.99)
A child friendly online app for listening and spoken language. This version of the HOPE Words app features the full alphabet for easy learning of the different sounds in the English language. Simply touch on the word or image, it will enlarge and offer voice narration.
- iHearThat (free)
Allows children to practice recognizing the Ling 6 sounds in a fun matching game. There are two levels; Easy: includes pictures as a visual component to the sound recognition, and Hard: requires children to identify the matches by sound.
- Peekaboo Barn Animals ($1.99)
- Sound Match (free)
A unique twist on the classic memory game. Remember the sounds and put them in pairs.
- rehAB Catalogue
- Resource Page with a Variety of Listening and Speech
- What’s that Sound?
The learning fun for children from 18 to 36 months of age. A fun way to associate animal sounds with the matching animal.
- More Early Childhood Listening Apps