Ages & Stages Questionnaires® (ASQ-3TM): Learning Activities: A Parent-Completed Child Monitoring System
Encourage progress in the same five developmental areas as ASQ-3™—communication, gross motor, fine motor, problem solving, and personal-social.
Use safe, age-appropriate materials that most families have at home.
Help even the youngest children develop crucial early language and literacy skills.
Promote closer parent–child interactions.
Serve as a natural follow-up for children who score in the ASQ-3™ monitoring zone.
Now packaged as a book and CD-ROM together so you can photocopy or print them as needed, these creative, cost-effective activities are the perfect way for parents and children to learn and have fun together.
"The new activity sheets are great! They allow the provider and family to really focus on what the child needs. I love the blank space at the bottom to write a quick reminder note . . . it will be great for follow-up instructions that are so frequently forgotten."--Mindy Craig, M.S., PA-C"ABCD Project Coordinator, Colorado" (09/24/2012)"A wonderful resource . . . parents will have concrete activities to complete weekly in all domains to enhance their child's developmental skills."--Deborah M. Gallagher, M.Ed."Early Head Start Director, Council of Three Rivers American Indian Center, Inc." (06/25/2012)"An excellent first screening tool for our population . . . It is a functional tool for our classroom staff, as it is easy to individualize for children by age and domain."--Daniel Stowe"Inclusion Specialist, Redlands Christian Migrant Association" (06/07/2012)"We hand out the ASQ-3 Learning Activities at all of our well child checks . . . [They] provide fun activities that help parents teach problem solving and fine and gross motor skills that are often missing from their everyday interactions, usually using materials they already have at home!"--Deneta Sells, MD"Intown Pediatric & Adolescent Medicine, P.C." (08/02/2013)"A boon to our outreach programs. We have been especially satisfied using the activities with families as a part of our concerning ASQ result follow-up. It serves as a great general parent education tool as well." --Lizzie Sexton, M.A.