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Printable Worksheets

Here you will find a variety of fun printable worksheets and games for your classroom – all available to download (PDF files) and print as many as you would like.

Word Search 1

Word Search 2

Word Search 3

Sudoku 1

Sudoku 2

Colouring Sheet 1

Colouring Page 2


Noise Handout

Parent Tips for Safer Listening Handout

Word Search and Sudoku Answer Key

Helpful Links and Resources

Sound Science Experiments

DIY iPhone Speaker

How To See Sound

A Sound Wave Experiment

7 Ways For Kids to See The Sound

Books In The CHHA-NL Resource Library

Frequently Asked Questions

What is an Audiologist?

Audiologists assess (check), diagnose, and treat a broad range of hearing and balance disorders.

What Does An Ear, Nose and Throat Specialist (ENT) Do?

ENT Specialists in medical and surgical management of:

  • Conditions of the ear
  • Conditions of the nose
  • Conditions of the throat
  • Conditions of the head and neck

Ear Care Tips

  • Clean your ears with extra care.
  • Wipe the outer ear with a washcloth or tissue.
  • Do not put anything into your ear smaller than your elbow.
  • Do not use Q-tips, bobby pins or sharp pointed objects to clean your ears. These objects may injure the ear canal or eardrum.
  • Earwax is the ear’s mechanism for self cleaning. If you have a build-up of wax that is blocking your hearing, see your doctor to have it removed.

Watch The Answers To More FAQs Below



Speech (lip) reading Videos

Many people with hearing loss rely on speechreading to help them understand what is being said.  How well can you speech read?  Watch the videos below to find out!




How Can Technology Help Kids Hear?

Sound Meter (Sound Level) Apps

The Canadian Hard of Hearing Association – Newfoundland and Labrador (CHHA-NL) has a limited number of calibrated sound meters available to loan to schools at no charge.
Contact Brittany ( for more information.

Teachers frequently ask about apps for sound level measurement.  While apps cannot replace a sound meter, many can give us a fairly good idea of noise levels.

Here are some app articles and information

NIOSH Sound Meter app

Healthy Hearing – Suggestions for phone apps

“A Place For Students To Ask Questions”

Sometimes it’s nice to be able to ask an expert.

Your classroom has a chance to ask staff at the Canadian Hard of Hearing Association – Newfoundland and Labrador questions about hearing loss OR the dangers of noise.

Ask Your Questions By E-Mail

  • Create a list of your classroom questions about hearing loss or the dangers of noise (maximum of 10 questions per classroom)
  • All questions must relate to human hearing. Please keep questions focused on hearing loss, communication, or the dangers of noise.  Most other questions are answered in videos and FAQ’s above.
  • Please note, we are not medical doctors and cannot respond to complex questions about the function of the ear.
  • E-mail your list of questions to Brittany at
  • Our staff will respond and write answers to your questions in the document within 1 week.