The National Child Assessment Form is a checklist of skills and behaviors a child is likely to develop from birth to three years of age. Each item in the checklist is a sample of many related skills and behaviors and in that sense serves as an index of more general characteristics of development. Items in the Assessment Form are grouped into five scales that represent areas of early child development: Social-Emotional, Language, Cognitive, Gross Motor, and Fine Motor. The Child Assessment forms complement our Infant Toddler Assessment Handbook.
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