Auditory learners learn best through listening and talking. They use their strong sense of hearing to process auditory information. They may require more verbal explanation or ask more questions to fully understand something. Auditory learners comprehend best by hearing information first. They can follow spoken directions well and home in on changes in verbal tone or sound effects. See more Auditory styles information >
Auditory learners often do better with background noise (TV, music, others) while they read or study. Products that can help auditory learners be successful are ones that make noises, involve recordings, or that require responding out loud or participating in discussions. This includes using recording devices and games with auditory elements.
Toys auditory learners will be attracted to include:
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