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You and Your Child: 6-8

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MICRO QUESTIONNAIRE: YOU AND YOUR CHILD 6-8

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    SECTION A. MOTOR:SIX TO EIGHT YEARS OF AGE

    Section description

    • The following questions relate to your child’s motor skills. The skills are in sequential order; for example the item that describes “running” is listed earlier on in the list than “hopping on one foot”.
    • In this section, there is specific information about your child’s motor skills, that is, your child’s ability to use his/her hands, move around and be as independent as his/her age permits.

    Section instructions

    • Please indicate how much you agree to each of these statements by checking one of the boxes for each question:

    A1. Motor: Six to Eight Years

    I am (very much/somewhat/slightly, not) concerned that my (6-8 year-old) child does not

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    A2. Motor: Gross: Six to Eight Years of Age

    I am (very much/somewhat/slightly, not) concerned that my (6-8 year-old) child does not

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    SECTION A. SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL: SOCIAL: SIX TO EIGHT YEARS OF AGE

    Section description

    • The following statements relate to your child’s social and emotional skills.

    Section Instructions

    • Please indicate how much you agree to each of these statements by checking one of the boxes for each item

    B1: Social Development

    Social Skills - description

    • In this section, there is specific information about your child’s social skills, that is, the way your child relates to others and interacts with them in socially acceptable ways.
    • Please note that items in this section contain statements that apply to children with ages ranging between 6 AND 8 years old.

    I am (very much/somewhat/slightly, not) concerned that my (6-8 year-old) child does not

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    B2. Social and Emotional: Six to Eight Years of Age

    I am (very much/somewhat/slightly, not) concerned that my (6-8 year-old) child does not

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    SECTION C. COGNITIVE: SIX TO EIGHT YEARS OF AGE

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    • The following questions relate to your child’s intellectual/cognitive skills.
    • This section contains information about how your child deals with the world around him/her, how well he/she is able to solve problems and how well he/she is able to recognize and express basic information.

    Section instructions

    • Please indicate how much you agree to each of these statements by checking one of the boxes for each question:

    I am (very much/somewhat/slightly, not) concerned that my (6-8 year-old) child does not

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    SECTION D. LITERACY

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    • The following questions relate to your child’s academic skills.
    • This section contains information about your child’s ability to perform basic skills that are related to academic development, that is, his/her ability to read, write and perform basic mathematical operations.

    Section instructions

    • Please indicate how much you agree to each of these statements by checking one of the boxes for each question:

    D1: Literacy: Reading: Six to Eight Years of Age

    I am (very much/somewhat/slightly, not) concerned that my (6-8 year-old) child does not

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    D2. Literacy: Writing: Six to Eight Years of Age

    I am (very much/somewhat/slightly, not) concerned that my (6-8 year-old) child does not

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    D3. Literacy: Math: Six to Eight Years of Age

    I am (very much/somewhat/slightly, not) concerned that my (6-8 year-old) child does not

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    SECTION E. LANGUAGE

    Section description

    • The following statements refer to your child’s language and communication skills.
    • This section is sub-divided into 4 mini-sections: receptive language, expressive language, articulation and pragmatics
    • Please indicate how much you agree to each of these statements by checking one of the boxes for each item.

    E1: Language: Receptive: Six to Eight Years of Age

    I am (very much/somewhat/slightly, not) concerned that my (6-8 year-old) child does not

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    E2. Language: Expressive: Six to Eight Years of Age

    I am (very much/somewhat/slightly, not) concerned that my (6-8 year-old) child does not

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    E3. Language: Pragmatics: Six to Eight Years of Age

    I am (very much/somewhat/slightly, not) concerned that my (6-8 year-old) child does not

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    E4. Language: Articulation: Six to Eight Years of Age

    I am (very much/somewhat/slightly, not) concerned that my (6-8 year-old) child does not

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    SECTION F. ADAPTIVE: SIX TO EIGHT YEARS OF AGE

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    • The following section contains information about your child’s self help skills or how he/she takes care of him/herself.
    • Please indicate how much you agree to each of these statements by checking one of the boxes for each question:

    I am (very much/somewhat/slightly, not) concerned that my (6-8 year-old) child does not

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    SECTION G. SENSORY PROCESSING/SENSORY SENSITIVITY: SIX TO EIGHT YEARS OF AGE

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    • The following section contains information about your child’s sensory processing skills

    Section instructions

    • Please indicate how much you agree to each of these statements by checking one of the boxes for each question:

    I am (very much/somewhat/slightly, not) concerned that my (6-8 year-old) child does not

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    SECTION H. QUESTIONS FOR PROFESSIONALS

    In this section, we have compiled a list of questions that could help voice any concerns you may have about your child’s development, to the appropriate professionals (for example, pediatrician, general practitioner, public health nurse…):

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    SECTION I. AM I FOSTERING MY CHILD'S DEVELOPMENT

    This section contains information that could help you foster your child’s development.

    Please tick all statements that apply to you and if most of the following statements apply to you and your home, chances are you are!

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    *1 when the words end with the same sounds: look-book
    *2 these are called “alliteration” games
    *3 blending happens when the child knows that the three sounds (for example, "c-a-t") stand for a word (e.g. "cat")
    *4 these are called “segmentation” games because they divide the words into sounds
    *5 these are called "phoneme manipulation" games because they change one sound for another one

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