The Preschool School Age Pragmatic Checklist is designed to support the documentation of need for pragmatic language intervention by looking at areas of social language development that are important in the preschool age school setting. Due to typically good rote memorization skills, most students do well on standardized assessments of pragmatics. However, application of this knowledge can be much different. Performance inconsistency along with disinhibition, impulse control and knowledge of why certain behaviors are applicable and necessary may impair a student's actual use of their pragmatic skills. Therefore, this tool requires input from the parent/caregiver as well as the classroom teacher in the form of a quick "yes/no" answer type of form, in addition to the SLPs observational assessment, in order to get a valid representation of the student's skills across a variety of raters. This checklist is meant to be used along with a full language battery in order to determine additional and/or contributing areas of deficit. The Preschool School Age Pragmatic Skills Checklist was written so that specific, diagnostic information can be obtained in order to write observable, measurable IEP goals. If you are working with a student who is non-verbal or has limited expressive language, please refer to the Preverbal Skills Checklist which helps identify and monitor the progression of skills (cognitive prerequisites, social prerequisites, expressive language and receptive language) along a developmental continuum through the verbalization of two word phrases.