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Bayley scales of infant and toddler development (3rd. ed.)
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Bayley Scales of Infant and Toddler Development, 3rd ed.
Bayley scales of infant and toddler development, 3rd ed.
Author: Nancy Bayley
Summary: The Motor Scale assessment test is an individually administered instrument that assesses the motor development of infants and young children between 1 month and 42 months of age. Its primary purposes are to identify children with developmental delays of motor functioning and provide information for intervention planning.
Library Record: Call # WE 103 B358b3 2006 ATOOLS (Reserve Desk)
Population: 1 to 42 months
Completion time 30 to 90 minutes (depending upon age of child)
Equipment : all in one valise
- 1 manual (x, 181 p. : ill.)
- 1 picture book (25 p. ; col. ill.)
- 1 motor scale record form (16 p. : ill.)
- 1 manipulatives set - 1 4" inflated ball (col.)
- 1 plastic cup
- 1 peg holder game with 16 pegs (red, yellow, blue)
- 8 red blocks
- 4 red blocks with holes
- 4 blue discs
- 5 blue squares
- 1 pink rattle
- 1 2" inflated ball
- 1 red shoelace
- 1 blue drawstring bag
- 1 blue 6ft. walking strip
- 1 blue piggy bank
- 1 bell
- 1 small plastic bottle
- 3 spoons
- 1 red ring on string
- 1 red buttonhole practice cloth
- 2 red crayons
- 2 pencils
- 6 pieces of Duplo Lego
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