Plot Audiogram Online Details

If you're an audio engineer, then you know that one of the most important tools in your toolkit is an audiogram. Audiograms are used to capture and analyze sound waves, making them essential for both recording and live sound applications. However, creating accurate audiograms can be a tricky process, especially if you don't have access to expensive equipment. Now there's a new online tool that makes it easy to create accurate audiograms without any special equipment or training. Called Audiogram Online, this tool allows you to create tailor-made audiograms in minutes, using just your computer and a standard pair of headphones.

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Audiogram of familiar sounds

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Tips for each lesson

1Count to ten slowly when you are waiting for a response from your child.

3Ask family and friends to select birthday presents for your child from the story book list or from the Learn to Listen toy list.

5Have your friends and family keep magazines, celebration cards, post cards of trips. Card often have clear picture that you can use for your experience or sound book.

7Modelling with another adult or older child will give your child more opportunities to observe and learn what is required of him.

9Rather than say ‘good boy/girl’ when your child has responded in a way you are pleased with reinforce the action / language that you are proud of.

11Remember your child does not have to say a word perfectly for it to be considered a word.

13Take your child out for excursions and build language around each one. Pet shop, fruit and vegetable shop, fish markets, botanic gardens, flower shop, machinery shop.

15Collect boxes that appliances such as TV, computer, shoes etc come in as they make great cars, buses, houses, storage containers.

17Give your child plenty of opportunity to explore in his/her play.

19Create an experience book for regular experiences your child has such as visiting familiar relatives, going to therapy, going to church, visiting the shops.

21PAUSE! After you ask your child a question or for information PAUSE for at least 5 seconds for him to answer. Once your child has given the answer or information PAUSE again for at least 5 seconds giving your child a chance to add information.

23When you are out shopping or on the bus, in the car, at the zoo talk to your child about what they are experiencing – giving them language will support them in developing the language of every day experiences.

25Visit Cochlear’s website – Rehabilitation [www.cochlear.com] for lots of free websites that you can use to support your child’s listening and language development.

27Sabotage your day – set up opportunities for your child to request or comment by changing the environment eg- give your child’s meal without a spoon or folk, put your child’s shoes on their hands – wait for the response.

29Make a hearing aid / implant box with your child’s name and picture on it, so that when they are not in the dry aid, your child can be responsible for putting them in his/her device box.

31Favourite toy – take your child’s favourite toy/s to their MAPping session – this will give them something fun and familiar to work with.

33Encourage your child to explore, let them get dirty and make a mess – this is learning.

35Join your local library – this is a great way to find the books in this program.

37Ask your friends to collect corks, bottle tops, left over material, toilet roles scraps of knitting wool. These all make for wonderful craft where your child can create. Remember the object is to have fun and give your child listening and language while creating. The craft does not need to resemble anything in particular.

39Let your child help you in routine activities such as cleaning house, laundry and preparing meals.

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Bloom and Lahey Chart and Definitions

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Bloom and Lahey Chart and Definitions

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Communication Function Checklist

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Communication Function Checklist

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Communication Function Checklist

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Consonant Chart

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Developmental Play Skills Chart 12–24 months

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Developmental Play Skills Chart 12–24 months

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Developmental Play Skills Chart 12–24 months

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Developmental Play Skills Chart 12–24 months

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Developmental Play Skills Chart 12–24 months

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Developmental Play Skills Chart 12–24 months

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Early Learning to Listen Sounds

Toy

Sound

Introduced

Imitated

Identified

Spontaneous Production

Aeroplane

 

ah

Bus

 

bu bu bu

 

Car

 

brrmm beep beep

 

Boat

 

pah pah pah

 

Ambulance

 

ee or ee or

 

Train

 

oo oo oo

 

Tractor

 

gu gu gu

 

Truck

 

nu nu nu

 

Ready set go

 

go

 

Clown

 

ha ha ha

 

Ice cream

 

mm yum yum

 

Santa Claus

 

ho ho ho

 

Mirror

 

Hi/hello

 

Sleeping Baby

 

shhhh

 

Slide

 

up, up, up, wheee

 

Baby

 

waaa

 

Clock

 

tick tock tick tock

 

Cat

 

miaow

 

Dog

 

woof woof

 

Cow

 

moo

 

Duck

 

quack quack

 

Hen

 

buck buck buck

 

Rabbit

 

hop hop hop

 

Sheep

 

baaa

 

Horse

 

neigh, tongue click

 

Pig

 

oink oink

 

Owl

 

hoo hoo

 

Bird

 

tweet tweet/whistle

 

 

twice

 

 

Rooster

 

cock-a-doodle-doo

 

Baby Chick

 

cheep cheep

 

Snake

 

ssssss

 

 

 

 

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International Phonetic Alphabet

ITPA Ling, D. (2002). Speech and the Hearing Impaired Child: Theory and Practice.

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Parent Principles

1.Promote early diagnosis of hearing loss in newborns, infants, toddlers and young children, followed by immediate audiologic management and auditory-verbal therapy.

The earlier your child’s hearing loss is identiied the earlier a hearing device can be itted, and he can start to develop speech and spoken language through audition.

2.Recommend immediate assessment and use of appropriate, state-of-the-art hearing technology to obtain maximum benefits of auditory stimulation.

Having the most appropriate hearing device for your child’s hearing loss means they will have the best access to sound to give them the best opportunity to develop spoken language.

3.Guide and coach parents¹ to help their child use hearing as the primary sensory modality in developing spoken language without the use of sign language or emphasis on lip-reading.

I will help my child develop his listening skills in order to give him the best opportunity to develop spoken language.

4.Guide and coach parents¹ to become the primary facilitators of their child’s listening and spoken language development through active consistent participation in individualized auditory-verbal therapy.

I will be the primary facilitator of my child’s listening and spoken language through the use of auditory- verbal practice.

5.Guide and coach parents¹ to create environments that support listening for the acquisition of spoken language throughout the child’s daily activities.

I will create the best listening environment for my child by reducing background noise and structure my environment to encourage the development listening and language through daily living activities.

6.Guide and coach parents¹ to help their child integrate listening and spoken language into all aspects of the child’s life.

I will integrate my child’s goals into all aspects of his daily life.

7.Guide and coach parents¹ to use natural developmental patterns of audition, speech, language, cognition and communication.

I will follow normal developmental stages of listening, speech and language development.

8.Guide and coach parents¹ to help their child self-monitor spoken language through listening.

I will provide opportunities for my child to self-monitor in order to develop intelligible, age appropriate speech and language.

9.Administer ongoing formal and informal diagnostic assessments to develop individualized auditory-verbal treatment plans, to monitor progress and to evaluate the effectiveness of the plans for the child and family.

I will monitor my child’s progress and keep records of his development in audition, speech and language

10.Promote education in regular schools with peers who have typical hearing and with appropriate services

from early childhood onwards.

I will strive for my child to be included in mainstream schools.

¹The term “parents” also includes grandparents, relatives, guardians and any caregivers who interact with the child.

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Songs & Phrases Record Sheet

PHRASES

INTRODUCED

RECEPTIVE

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Brush, brush. Brush your teeth.

Blow! Blow the bubbles.

Mmm! Eat your food.

Sh! Go to sleep.

(Lip Smack) Kiss Mommy.

Up, up, up, Whee! Down the slide.

Ow! It’s hot.

Bye-bye Mommy.

Aaaaboo! Peek-a-boo.

(Mmm or Ahh!) Drink your juice/milk.

Wash, wash! Take a bath.

Clap, clap. Clap your hands.

Uh oh! It spilled, broke, fell.

Hi / Hello.

Yuck! It’s dirty.

Round & Round. Spin it round.

Push, push. Push me mummy.

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Rolly Polly

Fish

Bubbles

Heidy

Swinging

Naughty Pussy Cat

Little Teapot

Thumbkin

Row Your Boat

Twinkle Star

Teddy Bear

Incy Wincy Spider

Ring Around the Rosie

Tick Tock Little Clock

Happy Birthday

Bumble Bee

See Saw

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Songs & Phrases Record Sheet

Bus

Wheels on the Bus

Old McDonald

Baa Baa Black Sheep

Rock-a-bye Baby

Rain, Rain

Head, Shoulders

RHYMES

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Date

 

Date

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Humpty Dumpty

Jack and Jill

Hey Diddle Diddle

Jack Be Nimble

Baa Baa Black Sheep

One Two Buckle My Shoe

Hickory Dickory Dock

Mary Had a Little Lamb

Little Miss Muffet

Pease-Porridge Hot

Little Bo Peep

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Sound Book

Picture to go with the a trip to the airport.

Picture to go with ‘Little Fish’ song Week 24.

Put on your shoes.

Clap your hands. Wash your hands.

 

 

 

Picture to go with ‘Bus song’ Week 4.

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Strategies for Listening

1.Expectation device worn all waking hours

2.Audition first

3.Quiet environment

4.Close proximity

5.Expectation child is hearing

6.Parallel talk

7.Wait time (pause)

8.Modelling a) expected skill b) correct language

9.Hand cue

10.Parentese

11.Acoustic highlighting

12.Self-talk

13.Joint attention

14.Shaping vocalisation

15.Using “listen” cue

16.Auditory feedback

17.Repeating last item heard

18.Prompting

19.Expansion

20.Auditory closure (cloze)

21.Expectant prompt

22.Linking learning to actual life experiences

23.Auditory sandwich

24.One speaker at a time

25.Repetition, rephrasing, and expanding

26.Use phrases and simple sentences

27.Encourage vocalisation

28.Reinforce responses to sound

29.Make it meaningful and fun

30.Provide positive reinforcement for you child

31.Use scaffolding to develop audition, speech and language

32.Use “What did you hear?” to clarify what was heard

33.Use natural voice; normal rhythm, intonation, loudness and rate

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a able about above accident acorns across act

ad add address adventure aerial aeroplane afraid after afternoon afterwards again against age

ago agree air airmail airport alive all

all gone allergic alligator allow almost alone along already alright also

animal ankel another answer ant antenna antlers any anybody anybody's anyone anything anyway anywhere appear appetite apple apple juice April apron are aren't arm army around arrive arrow art artist

as ash ashtray ask asleep asprin astronaut at

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although altoghether always am ambulance among amount an anchor and angel angry

B

baby back backdoor backwards bacon bad badge bag bake baker baking balance balcony ball ballet balloon banana band band-aid bandage bang bank

bar barbecue barber bare

attend attention August aunty Australia Australian autumn avenue awake aware away awful axe

bee beehive been beer beetle before beg began begin begun behave behind being believe bell

belly button belong belongs to below belt bench bend bent berry beside best

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barge

bark (noun) bark (verb) barn barrel basement basket bath bathe bathing suit bathroom battery battle

be beach beak bean bear beard beat beaten beautiful beaver because become bed bedroom bedspread bedtime blocks blood blossom blow blown blue blunt board boat body boil

bet better between bib bicycle big bike bill bird

bird house birthday birthday cake birthday card biscuit

bit bite bitten bitter black blackbird blackboard blame blank blanket blaze bleat bled bleed blew blind blink blister broke broken broken arm broken bone broken leg brooch brook broom

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boiling bolt bomb bone bonefire book bookcase bookshell boot born borrow boss bossy both bother bottle bottom (noun) bottom (position) bought bounce

bow (noun) bow (verb) bowl (noun) bowl (verb) bowling box (noun) box (verb) boxing boy bracelet brains brakes branch brave bray bread break breakfast breath breathe

brother brought brown bruise brush bubble bucket buckle bud budgie bug build builder building built bulb bull bulldozer bullet bumble bee bump bumpy bunch bundle bunk

bun bunny burglar burn burned burning burnt burp burrow burst bury bus bush busy but

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brick

bride

bridegroom

bridesmaid

bridge

bright

bring

C

C.D. cabbage cabin café cage cake calendar calf call calm came camel camera camp camping can canary candle candy cane cannot canoe can't canter cap captain capture car

car alarm car boot

butcher butter buttercup butterfly button buy buzz

by

bye bye

cent centimetre cereal chain chair chalk chalkboard champion chance change charge (noun) charge (verb) chase chatter cheap cheat check check-up cheeks cheep cheese cheque cherry chest

chew chick chicken chicken pox chief child

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car key card cardboard care careful careless carpet carriage carrot carry cart carton cartoon case castle cat catch caterpillar cattle caught cauliflower cave caw ceiling cement centre clap

clap hands class classroom claw clay

clean (noun) clean (verb) cleaner clear clever climb clinic clock

children chilly chimney chin china chips chirp chise chocolate choke choose chop (noun) chop (verb) chose Christmas Christmas Day Christmas Card Christmas Tree Christmas Eve Church cicada cicada shell cigar cigarette circle

circus city control control tower cook (noun) cook (verb) cookie

cool copy cord cordial cork corn corner cost

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close (noun) close (verb) cloth clothe clother clothes clothing cloud cloudy clown club

cluck clutch coat cobweb cockatoo coconut coffee coffee pot coin cold

cold (as in flu) collar collect collection colour (noun) colour (verb) comb (noun) comb (verb) come comic commercial complete computer concert concrete concrete mixer conductor connect contain

costume cot cottage cotton cotton wool couch cough

cough medicine could couldn't count counter countries country cousin

cover cow cowboys crab crack cracked cracker cradle crane crash (noun) crash (verb) crate crawl crayfish crayon cream creature creep crew

crib

cricket (adjective) cricket (game) cricket (insect) crisp

croak

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container continue cross (noun) cross (verb) crossing crow crowd croud crown cruel crumb

cry cub cube cuckoo

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Daddy dagger daisy dam damp dance (noun) dance (verb) dandelion danger dangerous dare

dark dark blue date daughter day dead deaf dear December decide decorate

cuffs cup cupboard cupful currawong curtain cushion custard cut (noun) cut (verb) cutlery cute crocodile crook crooked

cross (adjective)

doll

doll's house dollar dolphin dominoes done don't donkey door doorbell doorway dot

dove

down (noun) down (prepos) downstairs drag dragon dragonfly drain

draw drawbridge

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decoration deep deer delicious deliver delivery truck den dentist desk desert dessert

dial diamond dice dictionary did didn't die diesel difference different difficult dig digger dim dining room dinner dinosaur dip direction dirt

dirty disappear dish dishwasher disk ditch dive

drawer drawing drawn dream (noun) dream (verb) dreamt dreamtime dress (noun) dress (verb) dressing dressing gown dressing table dressing room drew

drier

drill (noun) drill (verb) drink (noun) drink (verb) drip

drive driver drop (noun) drop (verb) drove drover drown drum drunk

dry duck duckling dug dull dumb dump (noun) dump (verb) dusk

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do

dock

doctor

does

doesn't

dog

doghouse

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each ear ear-ache early earmould earrings earth easel east Easter easy eat expressway extra eaten echo edge

eel egg eight eighteen eighty either elastic elbow electric electric train elephant elevator eleven

elf else

dust (noun)

dust (verb)

duster

dustpan

dusty

dwarf

enjoy enormous enough enter entrance envelope equipment erase eraser escalator even evening ever every everybody everyone everything everywhere examination examine except exchange excited exciting excuse me exercise exit expect expensive explode explore explorer

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emergency

empty

end

enemy

engine

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face facecloth facing factory

fair (carnival) fair (colouring) fair (just) fairy

fall fallen family family room fan

fancy far farm farmer fast fasten fastner fat father fault favourite feather February fed feed feel feeler feet fell

felt female

explosion eye eyebrow eyelash

flight

flippers

float

floor

flour

flower flower pot flu

flush

fly (noun) fly (verb) foal

fog fold follow food foot

foot (of bed) football footpath for

force forehead forest forget forgot forgotten fork fort forward fought found fountain four

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fence fender ferry festival fever few

fiddle (noun) fiddle (verb) field

fight (noun) fight (verb) fill

film

fin

fine

finger

finish

fire

fire engine fireman fireplace fire station fireworks first

fish (noun) fish (verb) fisherman fishing net fishing rod fist

fit

five

fix

flag

flame

flannel

flap

flash

flat

flavour

fourteen fourth fowl fox free freeway freeze freezer freezing freezing point french fries fresh Friday fridge friend friendly fright frightened frill

frisk frog from front front door frost frosty froze frozen frozen food fruit

fruit juice fry frying pan fuel

full fun funny fur furry furnace

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flew

furniture further

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gale gallop gambol game gander gang garage garbage garbage can garbage truck garden (noun) garden (verb) gas

gate gather gave gears geese genie gentle germs get giant gift gigantic gingerbread man giraffe

girl give given

glad

gladly

glass (vessel)

glass (material)

gloves

glue

golf ball

golf stick

gone

good

good afternoon

good morning

good night

goodbye

goose

gosling

got

grab

grade

grain

granddaughter

grandfather

grandmother

grandparents

grandson

grapes

grass

gravy

grease

great

greedy

green

grew

grey

grip

grocer groceries ground group grow grown-up grown

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gnaw

gnome

go

goal

goat

gobble

God

goggles

gold

goldfish

golf

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had hadn't hair hairdo hairdresser half

half full hall Halloween ham hamburger hammer hamster hand handbag handkerchief handle handlebars hang hanger happen happy hard

has hasn't hat hatch hate

grubby grumble grunt guard guess guineapig guitar gull gum gun gym

herself hey hi

hi fi hid hidden hide

hide-and-seek high highchair highway

hill hilly him himself hips his hiss hit hive hockey hold hole holiday hollow holly home homework

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have haven't hawk hay haystack he head

head (of bed) headache headdress headlights headmaster headmistress headphones headrest healthy heap

hear heard hearing aid heart heat heaven heavy hedge heel height held helicopter hello help helpful hen

hen house her

here heron hers

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I

honey honk hood hoof hook hoop hoot hop hope hopscotch horn horrible horse horseshoe hose (noun) hose (verb) hospital hot

hot dog hotel hour house housecoat how however hug huge hum hump hung hungry hunt hurry hurt husband hush hutch hymn

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ice

ice block

ice cream

ice hockey

icicle

icing

idea

if

ill

imagine

immediately

important

impossible

impression

in

inch

indians

J

Jack-in-the-Box jacket

jam January jar jeans jelly jellybeans jellyfish jet

jigsaw puzzle jingle

K

kangaroo

keep

kennel

kept

kettle

key

kick

kid

infant school

infection

ink

insect

inside

instead

interest interesting interrupt into invisible invitation invite iron

is island isn't it

join joke jug juice July jump jumper June jungle junk just

kitten kleenex knee kneel knelt knew knickers knife

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kill

kilogram

kilometre

kind

kindergarten

king

kiss

kitchen

kite

L

lace ladder lady ladybird laid lake lamb lamp land landing lane lap large last late later lather laugh lawn

lawn mower lay

lazy

lead (noun) lead (verb) leader leaf

lean (adjective) lean (verb) leap

learn

knit knock knob knock know known koala kookaburra

lifeboat lift (noun) lift (verb) light (adjective) light (noun) light (verb) lighter lighthouse lightning

like line lion lioness lip lipstick liquid list listen lit litre litter little live living room lizard load (noun) load (verb) loaf lobster lock (noun)

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least leather leave leaves left (side) left leftover leg lemonade lend lent leopard leotard less lesson let letter lettuce library licence lick

lid

lie (down) lie (noun) lie (verb) life

life jacket

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macaroni machine machinery mad made magazine magic magician magpie maid mail (noun) mail (verb)

lock (verb) log lollipop lolly lonely long look loop loose lose

lost lot loud love lovely low lucky luggage lump lunch lunch time lungs

milk milkman milkshake million mince mind mine minute miss (noun) miss (verb) missile mistake

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mailbox mailman main make make-up male man mandarine manners many map marbles March march (verb) mark market marry mask mass

mat

match (noun) match (verb) mate material mattress May

may I me meadow meal

mean (adjective) mean (noun) meant measles measure measurement meat mechanic medicine meet

mittens mix mixer model mold moment Monday money monitor monkey monster month moo moon mop more morning mosquito most motel moth mother motor motor bike motor boat mountain mouse moustache mouth move movie moving mow

Mr.

Mrs. much mud muddy mug Mummy

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melt melted men mend merry merry-go-round mess

met metal metre miaow mice microphone middle mile

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nail (noun) nail (verb) nail file nail brush naked name nap nappy narrow nasty naughty navel navy near nearly neal necessary neck necklace need needle neigh neighbour neither

mumps munch murder muscle mushroom music must mustard mustn't my

my own myself

nicely niece night nightie nine nineteen nip

no nobody nobody's noise noisy none nonsense noodles no-one nor north nose nosebleed nostril not note notebook

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nephew nest net never new news newspaper newt next next door nibble nice

O

oars oats ocean o'clock October octopus odd

of off office often oh oh oil oink okay old older oldest on once one onion only

P

pack

package

packet

nothing notice November now nowhere number nurse (noun) nurse (verb) nursery nut

nylon

open operation opposite or

orange (colour) orange (fruit) order ordinary ostrich

other otherwise our ours out outdoors outer space outside oven over overalls overtake owl

own

plane planet plant (noun)

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pad paddle pop paddle (noun) paddle (verb) paddock page

pail pain painful painless paint (noun) paint (verb) pair (noun) pair (verb) palace pancake panda panties pantihose pants paper parade parcel parcel post pardon parents park (noun) park (verb) parrot part

party

pass (noun) pass (verb) passenger past paste pastry pat

patch (noun) patch (verb)

plant (verb) plaster plastic plasticine plate play playdough playgroup playtime playschool please plenty pliers plug plum pocket poem poetry point pointed poison poke polar bear pole police police car police station policeman polish (noun) polish (verb) polite pond

pony pooh pool poor pop popcorn porcupine porridge

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path patient patio pattern pavement paw pay

pea peace peach peacock peanut peanut butter pear pebble peck pedals pedestrian peel

peep

pen (writing) pen

pencil penquin penis people pepper perhaps person pet petal petrol petrol station petticoat photo piano

pick (up) pick (noun) picnic picture

possible possum post (fence) post (noun) post (verb) post box post office postage postcard postman pot potato pour power power brakes power drill power steering practice pram

pray prayer present (noun) present (verb) presently press pretend pretty prickle priest prince princess principal print prisoner private

prize program promise (noun) promise (verb) propellor

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pie piece pig pigeon piglet pile (noun) pile (verb) pill pillow pilot

pin pinch pink pip pipe pirate pistol pit pizza place plain plan

Q

quack

quarrell

quarter

queen

queer

question

R

rabbit

race (noun)

race (verb)

radar

radio

rag

rail

railroad

railway

railway track

proper properly proud prowl prowler pudding puff pull pullover pump pumpkin punch puncture pupper puppy purple purse push put puzzle pyjamas

quick quickly quicksand quiet quietly quite

rich ride rifle right (side) right

rim

ring (noun) ring (verb) rink rinse

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railway station rain rainbow raincoat rainhat rainy

rake (noun) rake (verb) raisin

ran raspberry rat rather rattle (noun) rattle (verb) raw

razor reach read reader reading ready real reason receiver recess record recorder recycle red reel refridgerator reindeer religion remember remind repair

rest (noun) rest (verb) return

rip ripe river road roar rob robber robin rock (noun) rock (verb) rocket rode

roll roller roller blades roller coaster roller skates rolling pin roof

room roost rooster roots rope rose rough round roundabout rounded row (fight) row (noise) row (noun) row (verb) rowboat rub rubber rubbish rude

rug rule

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reverse

rhinocerous

rhyme

ribbon

rice

S

sack sad

saddle (noun) saddle (verb) safe

safety safety fence said

sail (noun) sail (verb) sailboat sailor salad sale salesgirl salesman salt salty same sand sandals sang sank Santa Claus sat satellite Saturday sauce saucepan saucer sausage save

saw (noun)

ruler run runner rush rust rusty

smooth snack snail snake snatch sneeze sniff snore snorkel snow snowball snowman snowsuit snow storm so

soak socks sofa soft soil sold soldier sole some somebody somebody's something sometimes somewhere son

song soon sore (noun)

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saw (verb) saw (cut) say scales scar scare scared scary scent school school bus school taxi schoolbag scissors scooter score scout scrape scratch scream screen screw screwdriver scribble scrub scurry sea

sea lion seagull seahorse seal seam seaplane seaside season seat seatbelt seaweed second (time) second (place)

sore (verb) sore throat sorry sort sound soup sour south sow space space station spaceship spade spaghetti spank spare spare tyre sparks sparrow speak spear special speed

spell spelling spend spent spider spill spin spinning top spinning wheel spit

splash split split level spoil spoke sponge (cake) sponge (noun)

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see see-saw seen seed sell send sensible sent sentence separate September serious serve service set seven seventeen seventy several sew

sewing machine shade

shake shall shallow shampoo shape share shark sharp sharpen sharpener shave shaving brush shaving soap she

shear shed sheep sheet

sponge (verb) spoon sport sports day spot spotted spout sprang spring spring (noun) spring (verb) spy

spare square squash squash (verb) squawk squeak squeeze squirrel stable stack stage stairs

stalk stall

stamp (noun) stamp (verb) stand (noun) stand (verb) staple stapler

star stare starfish starling start starter starving stay

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shell

sheller (noun) shelter (verb) shine

shiny ship shirt shiver shock shoe shoelaces shook shoot shop shopping shopping centre short

shorts shot should shoulder shouldn't shout shove shovel show (noun) show (verb) shower shred shrimp shut

sick side sidewalk sight sign signal silence silly silo

steak steal steam steam iron steel steep steer steering wheel stem

step (noun) step (verb) stereo stick (noun) stick (verb) sticky stiff

still sting stink stir

stitch (noun) stitch (verb) stockings stole stomach stomach ache stone stood

stool stop stop sign store (noun) store (verb) storekeeper storm story stove straight strange stranger

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silver simple since sing singlet sink (noun) sink (verb) sip

sister sit six sixteen sixty size skate skates

ski (noun) ski (verb) skin

skin diving skip skipping rope skirt

skis skull skunk sky slacks slap sledge sleep (noun) sleep (verb) sleepy sleeve sleigh slept

slice slid

slide (noun) slide (verb)

strap straw straw (hay) straw (drinking) strawberry stream street

street light stretch stretcher stride string stripes stroke stroller strong struck study (noun) study (verb) stuff stung stupid

sty submarine subway such suck sudden suddenly sugar suit (noun) summer sun sunny sunbake sunbathe sunburn Sunday Sunday School sunglasses

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slip slippers slippery slippery dip slow slowly smack small smart smarties smell (noun) smell (verb) smelly smile smoke (noun) smoke (verb)

T

table tablecloth tablet tadpole tail

take

take (away) taken talk

tall tame tank tap

supper suppose sure surprise swallow swam swan sweat (noun) sweat (verb) sweater sweep sweet (adject) sweet (noun) swept swim (noun) swim (verb) swimmers swimming pool swimming lesson swing (noun) swing (verb) swish

switch sword swung syrup

tiny tired tissue to toad toast today toe toes toffee toenail together toilet

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tap dance tape tape player tar

tart taste taught taxi

tea (drink) tea (meal) tea towel teach teacher team teapot tear

tears (crying) tease teddy bear teeth telephone television tell temperature tea

tennis tent terrible than thank thank you that thaw the their their own theirs then them themselves

toilet paper told

toll

toll booth tomato tomato sauce tomorrow tongue tonight tonsils

too took tool tooth toothache toothbrush toothpaste top

top (toy) torch tom touch tough tow tow truck toward towel tower town toy track track pants track suit trackers tractor traffic traffic light trailer train train set

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there thermometer these

they thick thief thimble thin thing think third thirsty thirteen this those thousand three threw throat through throw thumb thunder Thursday tick ticket tick tock tickle ticklish tide tidy

tie (noun) tie (verb) tiger tight tiles

till timber time tin

training wheels transistor trap

travel tray treasure treasure chest tree triangle trick tricycle

trip trouble trout truck truck driver trumpet trunk (elephant) trunk (tree) truth

try tub tube Tuesday tug tugboat tumble tummy tune tunic tunnel turkey turn (noun) turn (verb) turtle

T.V. tweet twelve twenty twice

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tip

tip-toe

U

ugly umbrella unable uncle under undies underclothes underneath underpants understand underwater undid undo undress unfriendly unhappy uniform unit unkind

V

vacation

vaccination

vacuum

vacuum cleaner

valentine's day

valley

van

vase

vegemite

vegetables

twig twin twist two two-wheeler type (noun) type (verb) typewritter tyres

unless unsure untidy until untrue unusual up upon upside-down upstairs

us

use (noun) use (verb) useful useless usual

village vinegar vilolet violin vision visit (noun) visit (verb) visitor vitamins vitamin pill

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very

vest

vet

view

W

waddle wag wagon wait waiting room wake wake-up walk (noun) walk (verb) wall wallaby wallet walrus wander wanderer want wardrobe warm warren

was

wash (noun) wash (verb) wash basin washing washing machine washing powder wasn't

wasp waste watch (noun) watch (verb) water (noun) water (verb) waterfall waterproof

voice volume volume control

whisper whistle (noun) whistle (verb) white

white (of egg) who

whole whose why wicked wide wife wild will win

wind (noun) wind (verb) windscreen windy wing wink winter wipe wipers wire

wish witch with wobble wolf woke wolves woman women won

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water skiing wave (noun) wave (verb) wax

way we we're weak wear weather web wedding Wednesday wee

wee wee weeds week weigh welcome well

well (healthy) went

were weren't west wet whale what what … for wheat wheel wheelbarrow when where whether which while whine whip whiskers

won't wonder wonderful won't wood wooden woods woof wool woollen word wore work (noun) work (verb) workbook working world worm worn worry worse worst would wouldn't wound (noun) wound (verb) wrap wrapping paper wrench wrestle wrestling wriggle

wrist

wrist watch write writing written wrong wrote

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Y

yacht

yard

yawn

year

yell

yellow

yelp

yes

yesterday

yet

yoghurt

Z

zebra

zero

zip

you young younger youngest your your own yours yourself yuk yukky yummy

zipper zoo

zoo animal

The 2500 word list is ‘Based on Ling’s Thesaurus and was adapted by Sandra Armstrong at St. Gabriel’s.

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Vocabulary Count Record Sheet

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Vowel and Diphthong Chart

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Westby Symbolic Play Scale

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