Birth - 36 months. A criterion-referenced instrument measuring development in 6 domains. E-LAP™ is appropriate for all children, including those with disabilities. The instrument is excellent for Early Head Start Programs and effective for communicating and collaborating with parents about their children's progress. Includes scoring sheets appropriate for summarizing results 3 times each year. Kit includes materials necessary for assessing 20 children. Additional manuals and scoring books available.
The Learning Accomplishment Profile Third Edition (LAP™-3) provides a systematic method for observing the skill development of any child functioning in the 36 to 72 month age range, including children with disabilities. The LAP™-3 Kit contains most materials necessary for assessing 20 children. Includes scoring sheets for summarizing results 3 times in one year.
The Learning Accomplishment Profile -- Diagnostic (LAP™-D), Third Edition, Dual Language (English-Spanish) provides a systematic method for observing children functioning in the 30 to 72 month age range. This assessment is designed for children with typical and atypical development. The LAP™-D Kit contains a standardized set of the materials necessary to administer each item (except stairs and chairs).
Over 200 activity cards support acquired and emerging skills. Correclated to the developmental milestones found in the LAP™-D, each card includes teaching objectives and material resources for effective implementation.
Based on the Learning Accomplishment Profile assessment system, LAP™ Software is a web-based software product designed to help collect and document child progress, produce child and aggregate reports, provide information for individualized instruction, and meet accountability requirements. The diagnostic assessment works with LAP™-D™, 3rd edition, a norm-referenced assessment tool for observing the development of children in the 30 to 72 month age range. The ongoing assessment… More »
Created to help program staff complete distance assessments for a full picture of a child's development during the COVID-19 pandemic. This kit can be delivered to a family in advance of a scheduled distance assessment. Materials can then be collected, cleaned, and distributed to the next family.