The Schoodles School Fine Motor Assessment and Keyboarding Assessment are performance-based assessments of fine motor skills needed specifically for school.
Ages: Designed for students ages 4 and older with portions of each assessment appropriate for high schoolers
Description: Schoodles assessments consist of classroom-based activities such as handwriting, coloring, cutting, puzzle assembly and keyboarding, and supporting skills such as core strength, fine and gross motor coordination, crossing midline, and motor planning.
This criterion-referenced observation tool includes evidence-supported age levels for nearly every task. It provides ‘next steps’ in skill development for easy goal writing. This tool can be customized to fit each student's unique identified area of need.
Schoodles assessments provide rich information to share with parents and staff and provide plenty of information to generate relevant goals and intervention plans.
Included are reproducible workbook pages and forms, goal writing help, and guides to support thoughtful analysis and decision-making.
Included in this tool:
Clinical observation forms
Classroom observation forms
Criterion-referenced assessment checklist
Goal writing chart
Workbook pages include tracing, design imitation, design copy, alphabet ID, alphabet writing, 3 levels of handwriting samples, coloring, cutting simple and complex shapes, 2 levels of puzzles, and 2 levels of keyboarding samples
Used and loved by therapists all over the world for over 20 years! Move beyond standardized scores and dig into the core of pediatric occupational therapy practice to paint a vivid picture of your students' fine motor skills.