Early Childhood Screenings for Special Education
Do you have a child between the ages of Birth-4 years?
Do you have concerns about his or her development?
Here are some developmental milestones to look for:
By the age of 18-24 months your child should be able to walk, build a tower of four blocks or more, say 15 words or more, and recognize names of familiar people, objects and body parts.
By the age of 24-36 months your child should be able to climb well, turn book pages one at a time, and recognize and identify almost all common objects and pictures.
By the age of 3-4 years your child should be able to kick and throw a ball, use scissors, draw circles and squares, speak in sentences of 5-6words, tell stories, and can correctly name some colors.
By the age of 4-5 years your child should be able to swing and climb, print some letters, dress independently, recall parts of a story, count 10 or more objects, wants to please and be with friends, likes to sign, dance and act.
The School District of Beloit holds FREE screenings during the school year.
Melissa Beavers, Executive Director
1500 Fourth Street
Beloit, WI 53511