Test of Gross Motor Development, Second Edition
Overview: Identify children with gross motor skill development problems
Age Range: 3-10 years
Administration: Less than 20 minutes
Norms: Standard Scores, Percentile Ranks, and Age Equivalents
Publication Date: 2000
This norm-referenced measure of common gross motor skills assists in identifying children ages 3 through 10 years who are significantly behind their peers in gross motor skill development and who should be eligible for special education services in physical education. Two subtests included are Locomotor and Object Control.
Detailed descriptions and illustrations assist you in administering the test in less than 20 minutes. Use the results to help you develop instructional programs, monitor progress, evaluate treatment, and conduct further research in gross motor development.
All new normative information is keyed to the projected 2000 U.S. Census and is stratified by age relative to geography, gender, race, and residence. Obtain standard scores, percentile scores, and age equivalents.