Learning to classify the sounds that one is hearing is a very important skill in childhood development and early learning.
This lesson plan presents students with a large selection of sounds, in a variety of categories from animals to different types of vehicles. After they have had some time to listen to the sounds, students are then tested on what they've learned.
Try it out here: http://r.gynzy.com/5d8d0939
Let me know what you think. Also, don't hesitate to suggest idea's for new lesson plans!
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