The Print Tool™- Handwriting Assessment

What is The Print Tool™?

The Print Tool™ is a new, formal printing assessment to use in evidence based remediation programs.  With The Print Tool™ you score eight basic printing skills and target remediation strategies to specific problem areas. The Print Tool™ is used for evaluating and remediating capitals, lowercase letters, and numbers for children K–4+.

Battelle Developmental Inventory (2nd Ed.)

The BDI-2 is an interview and observation instrument used to provide information on developmental levels for children age birth to 7 years. A child’s performance on each of these tests is compared with the average performance of other children their age.

Bruininks & Osteretsky

A standardized assessment that assesses the motor functioning of children from 4.5-14.5 years of age.  The test consists of 8 subtests which enables an analysis of static and dynamic balance, bilateral coordination, visual motor coordination, speed and strength.

Miller’s Assessment for Preschoolers

The Miller Assessment for Preschoolers (MAP) evaluates children from 2.9 years to 5.8 years.  It contains 27 tasks that assess behavioral, motor, and cognitive domains.  For each of the items a score of Green, Yellow or Red is given.

Peabody Developmental Motor Scales- 2nd Ed.

PDMS-2 is an early childhood motor development assessment composed of six subtests that measure interrelated motor abilities that develop early in life. It is designed to assess the motor skills of children from birth through 5 years of age.

Sensory Integration Praxis Test (SIPT)

The SIPT is a standardized test, which measures aspects of sensory processing or perception and praxis.  The tests are designed to evaluate functions that underlie learning and behavior.  Sensory Integration is the neurological process by which sensations (such as those from the skin, eyes, joints, gravity and movement sensory receptors) are organized for use.  The SIPT includes tests which measure visual, tactile, proprioceptive, and vestibular sensory perception.

Quick Neurological Screening Test (QNST-II)

Ages 5& Up
Is an individually administered screening instrument designed to assess areas of neurological integration as they relate to learning.

Test of Visual Motor Skills

Ages 3 years to 13 years 11 months

Test of Visual Perceptual Skills

Ages 4 years through 12 years 11 months

Test of Auditory Perceptual Skills (TAPS-R)

 Ages 4 years through 12 years 11 months