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Non-verbal auditory discrimination

Auditory discrimination is a basic skill for the acquisition of oral language and literacy that allows us to differentiate some sounds from others.

In this section, we will gather materials to work on non-verbal discrimination, that is, the ability to recognize different sounds, whether of animals, humans or means of transport, etc.

Here are some links and screenshots contained in the ARASAAC portal, made with pictograms by the users themselves. If you want to view the complete material of each of the tabs, click on the download links.