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?
     
    Screenings     Books
     
     

     

    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 5-6 words, 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:  
    Call 608-361-4020 to schedule an appointment.
     

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