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Assessing Kindergarten Children: A Compendium of Assessment Instruments


Authors:   Judith Niemeyer, Catherine Scott-Little

This compendium reviews 60 assessment instruments to use with preschool and kindergarten-age children. Administration manuals from each of the instruments are reviewed. Each review explains the purpose of the instrument, how it is administered, and where it can be obtained. The compendium provides a one-stop resource for information on early childhood assessment instruments.

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Product Specifics

Publisher: SERVE Center at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Number of pages: 82
Price: $0.00


school district personnel, early childhood administrators

Key Ideas:

Provides early childhood educators with a summary of instruments and their features.

Ways to use:

Planning evaluation and assessment

APA Citation:

Niemeyer, J., Scott-Little, C. (2001). Assessing kindergarten children: A compendium of assessment instruments. Greensboro, NC: Regional Educational Laboratory Southeast.

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