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that students who cannot hear will not have a disadvantage. • Visually and physically demonstrate activities for the students. • Encourage small games instead of more significant games. • Allow the opportunity for anyone to participate. • Encourage students to play games such as “horse” instead of traditional basketball. • Encourage various physical activities that can be done with out the need to hear, such as jumping rope, push-ups, and sprinting. Conclusion Participating in recess might be a challenge for students with HI, but the benefits are numerous. Multiple benefits to participat ing in recess were discussed in this manuscript, such as increas ing the practice of social skills, addressing problem-solving, and increasing physical activity. Through this article, modifications and the social benefits were addressed and hopefully helped cre ate an inclusive environment for all students with HI to receive the benefits of recess. Disclaimer: This article is intended for informational purposes only. The information provided in this article is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. References Clason, D. (2020, November 10). Age-related hearing loss . Healthy Hearing. Retrieved from https://www.healthyhearing. com/report/52510-Presbycusis-understanding-age-related hearing-loss#:%7E:text=Why%20do%20we%20lose%20 hearingear%20that%20help%20us%20hear Hearing impairment . (n.d.). Montana DPHHS. Retrieved from mentaldisabilities/hearingimpairment

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