Early Childhood Assessment

The early childhood assessment is a screening tool that has been developed to get an overall picture of child development. This tool was designed for children between the ages of 3 and 6, and the majority of children who start kindergarten will have had early childhood assessment individually the year before they entered kindergarten.

Early Childhood Assessment Addresses Four Areas Of Child Development

Self-Awareness Of The Environment: The child development assessment form (แบบ ประเมิน พัฒนาการ เด็ก which is the term in Thai) will show you the child’s ability to understand the world around them and to relate to their experiences at home and in the community.

Cognitive Skills: This sphere includes the child’s basic math and pre-reading skills as well as problem-solving skills.

E.g., recognize letters and numbers, rhymes, sounds, reasoning, etc.

Language And Communication: This field represents a child’s ability to understand the spoken language as well as their ability to express their thoughts and feelings.

Ex: listen and understand instructions, tell a story and be understood, express themselves politely, etc.

Physical Development: This sphere includes excellent motor skills (the ability of a child to perform small movements that require hand-eye coordination) and gross motor skills (the ability of a child to perform large movements involving arm involvement, legs, and body).

When Will I Receive The Results Of The Early Childhood Assessment

Early Childhood Development Assessment (แบบ ประเมิน พัฒนาการ เด็ก ปฐมวัย which is the term in Thai) form results will be given to the parent on the spot if it is the parent who accompanies the child. In the case of another person who is with the child (grandparents), the results will be sent by mail, and the parent will then be able to contact the evaluator if he wants to discuss the results.

How Can I Prepare My Child For Early Childhood Assessment

The child does not have to be prepared before early childhood assessment. It is still important that he had a good night’s sleep before his appointment and that he had a good meal (lunch or dinner, depending on the time of appointment). You can tell him that he will do some activities with a lady at the school he will be attending.


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