Child Development Screening is an opportunity for children with a birthday between 9/1/2016 and 12/31/2018 to be screened. If your child is between 2 and 4 years of age and has never been screened, or if you have concerns about their development, please fill out the form.
We strongly encourage all district children to be screened regardless of where you plan to send you child to school. However, this screening is not mandatory.
With the current COVID precautions, the Algoma School District will not be conducting child development screening in the same was as in the past. Instead, we are inviting families who live in the district to participate by filling out two child development questionnaires. After we review the questionnaires, one of our child development screening team members will contact you to go over the results and answer any questions you may have.
To participate in this screening, please fill out this form.
If you need help registering or have any questions, please call Rachel Schneider, Early Childhood Teacher at (920) 487-7001 ext 1100. Registration is due by February 26, 2021.
By age 3, most children:
- are understood by family 75% of the time
- speak in short sentences
- answer simple questions
- understand most things said to him/her
- enjoy listening to story books
- begin to play with other children
- enjoy helping adults
- match primary colors
- dress self with help
- walk up and down stairs one foot per step
- pedal a tricycle
- snip with small scissors
- draw lines with a crayon
By ages 4, most children:
- speak clearly; are understood most of the time
- use language to express emotions
- frequently ask questions and demand a response
- participate in rhyming games
- talk about pictures in a book
- enjoy pretend play with children
- can point to at least 4 colors
- catch a large ball tossed to them
- know full name, age, and gender
- cut paper with scissors
- jump forward or over an object
- draw a circle
- rote count to 10, and count at least 3 objects