I developed this preschool progress report to use with the Preschool Assessment I developed. I use this to show to the parents how their child is doing and let them take this home so they know what they need to work on with their child. This progress report was developed based on what they need to know to go to kindergarten and also the State Guidelines for Preschool.
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I am looking for a preschool assessment form and came across yours, however, I am unable to read the information on it even when I put the mouse over the thumbnail. I would like to see exactly what is being assessed to determine if it's what I am looking for. Could you let me know exactly what this form covers--basics? Thank you.
The form provides a spot to mark down what upper case, lower case, letter sounds, shapes, numbers 0-20 and colors a child does and does not know (by circling them for correct identification or underlining them for still working on).
It also has a check mark system to cover skills for certain areas such as math (one to one correspondence, sequencing events, etc), social studies (time and direction words, etc), science (changes in weather, etc), language arts (recognizing first name, printing letters correctly, reading books, etc), social development and play skills (how a child focuses, participates, plays with others, follows directions, cleans up, etc).
I hope this helps!
December 28, 2012
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July 10, 2012
This is such a great resource! Thanks for sharing! Do you have a editable version for Microsoft Word?
July 10, 2012
I really like this progress report. I teach 3 year olds and would like to adapt a few items. Would you be willing to email me a template so I can edit it? -email@example.com