This free Children's IQ Test is designed for children ages 3 to 6 years old and provides a basic assessment of your child's core knowledge through a series of 16 to 20 adaptive, Flash-based questions that should take approximately 10 to 15 minutes to complete. Children should complete the test on their own, however parents and caregivers may assist if necessary.
Upon completion of this assessment, you will receive a customized Scorecard Report detailing question-answer performance in relation to core intelligence area. Children are not expected to answer every question correctly. However it is hoped that the learning areas covered provide insight into your child's core knowledge and highlight areas still in need of development. Click here to get started.
Kindergarten Testing Explained
There was a time not that long ago that when a child turned a certain age, they simply went to kindergarten, whether they had any pre-school behind them or not. Now you may find that they need to take a kindergarten test. (continue reading)
Three Early Childhood Writing Activities
Many children begin writing or "play writing" well before they can read even the simplest words. Here are three early childhood writing activities you can use to guide your child's writing enthusiasm and help develop their creative talents. (continue reading)
The Most Important Factor For School Readiness
According to Northwestern University researcher Greg Duncan, "We find the single most important factor in predicting later academic achievement is that children begin school with a mastery of early math and literacy concepts." (continue reading)
Assessing Early Literacy Skills
Think your child may be ready to start reading? A child with a head start on reading and literacy has a greater chance of success in the first years of school and is more likely to finish college compared to children who begin to read at a later age. (continue reading)
Expanding Vocabulary with Rhyming Games
Rhyming is one of the first skills that children can practice to start understanding letter-sound-word relationships and can be a fun way to expand early vocabulary by building on familiar word patterns that children are already comfortable with. (continue reading)
Reading To Your Child - 10 Reasons To Do It
Few dispute the benefits of reading aloud to young children, and there are many reasons that reading to children is important. Here are 10 of the best reasons to make a habit of cracking open a book with your child on a daily basis. (continue reading)