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1 Preschool Development Assessment Child s Name: DOB: Completed by: Date began: This document may be copied for classroom use only. Not to be sold or used on any other website. Property of

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3 Cognitive Development 1. Number Concepts Date Skill Observed (item) o arranges objects in one-toone correspondence o recognizes numerals o counts concrete objects to five or higher o compares numbers o measures 2. Shapes / Spatial Skills Date Skill Observed (item) o recognizes, describes, and names shapes o puts together puzzles o describes position and direction o investigates putting shapes together o relates part to whole 3. Patterns / Sequences Date Skill Observed (item) o recognizes and reproduces simple patterns o understands basic time concepts o puts pictures or objects in sequential order o recognizes change in the environment over time 4. Classification Date Skill Observed (item) o matches objects that are alike o describes similarities and differences between objects o sorts objects by attributes o assists in creating and using graphs 5. Problem Solving Date Skill Observed (item) o makes observations o uses scientific tools o experiments with cause and effect o predicts outcomes based on previous experience o uses scientific words and phrases CHILD S INITIALS 1

4 Language Development 1. Listening Date Skill Observed (item) o listens and responds to stories o answers questions o follows oral directions o recalls information 2. Auditory Date Skill Observed (item) o identifies rhyming words o recognizes letter sounds o identifies words with same beginning sounds o divides words into syllable sounds 3. Speech Production Date Skill Observed (item) o uses new vocabulary in everyday speech o asks questions o speaks in complete sentences o pronounces letters correctly 4. Reading Date Skill Observed (item) o pretend reads to self or others o recognizes symbols and environmental print o knows reading progression (left-right, top-bottom) o recognizes letters and familiar words 5. Writing Date Skill Observed (item) o draws, traces and copies simple shapes and forms o imitates writing in play o dictates for adults to write o writes letters in name and familiar words 2 CHILD S INITIALS

5 Motor Development 1. Body Awareness Date Skill Observed (item) o aware of name, location and relationship of body parts o moves from place to place in different ways o moves in rhythm; dances o participates in movement activities and games 2. Muscle Coordination Date Skill Observed (item) o climbs up and down easily o pedals and steers wheeled vehicles o throws, catches and kicks objects o coordinates and controls advanced large motor movements 3. Balance Date Skill Observed (item) o stands and hops on one foot o walks on tip toes several steps o walks on a balance beam o walks backward 4. Manual Dexterity Date Skill Observed (item) o refines the use of eating utensils and tools o rolls and manipulates play dough o picks up small objects o holds writing tool with thumb and two fingers 5. Eye-Hand Coordination Date Skill Observed (item) o manipulates small objects such as blocks and pegs o strings beads o weaves ribbon o cuts with scissors o draws detailed pictures o refines letter writing CHILD S INITIALS 3

6 Personal Development 1. Confidence Date Skill Observed (item) o adjusts well to new situations o takes pride in own accomplishments o completes projects, persistent o creates a plan, sets goals o tries new things 2. Responsibility Date Skill Observed (item) o recognizes and manages own feelings o takes care of own property o follows class rules and routines o knows own information (full name, age, phone number, address) 3. Independence Date Skill Observed (item) o demonstrates self-direction o expresses own interests o practices self-help skills o makes informed choices 4. Creativity Date Skill Observed (item) o creates original work o draws or builds representations o engages in role play o makes believe with objects 5. Health and Safety Date Skill Observed (item) o recognizes and chooses healthy foods o practices health promoting routines o recognizes the need for exercise and rest o practices and understands safe conduct 4 CHILD S INITIALS

7 Social Development 1. Communication Date Skill Observed (item) o expresses feelings verbally and nonverbally o talks about personal situations o participates in group discussions o takes turns listening and speaking 2. Cooperation Date Skill Observed (item) o works and plays well with others o responds to suggestions from others o shares and takes turns o negotiates with others 3. Respectfulness Date Skill Observed (item) o uses respectful words o shows respect for others and their property o responds positively to differences between self and others o listens to others who are speaking 4. Empathy Date Skill Observed (item) o uses visual cues to name how others are feeling o attempts to explain feelings o offers help to others o predicts what another might need or want o sees another perspective 5. Community Date Skill Observed (item) o takes care of classroom and class materials o participates in class jobs o works as a member of a group o understands roles of people in society CHILD S INITIALS 5

8 Additional Observations Area of Development Date Skill Observed (item) End of Year Notes 6 CHILD S INITIALS

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