Speech & Language Screening Grades Pre-K through 5th

Should a student be referred for a speech evaluation? School SLPs face this question regularly. Here's a tool that will help the decision making process run smoothly. NOTE: this is not a standardized test and will not provide formal scores. It will however, provide a clear picture of student strengths and weakness in language areas crucial to academic progress.
What's included?

• Preschool Screener (14 stimulus cards, 37 test items) 
*Basic concepts (colors, counting, body parts, attributes)
*“wh” and yes/no questions related to a picture scene with and without visual cues
*Naming objects and actions
*Following directions
*Identifying objects by function and category 
* Understanding a short story (4 card illustrated story).

• Kindergarten and 1st grade Screener (16 stimulus cards, 42 test items) 
*Basic concepts (colors, shapes, quantity, prepositions, attributes)
*Following directions 
*“WH” questions 
*Categorizing and word retrieval
*Identifying objects by function and category 
* Understanding a short story.

• 2nd and 3rd Grade Screener (9 stimulus cards, 35 test items) 
*“WH” questions
*Following academic directions
*Vocabulary and word retrieval
*Phonics and phonological awareness
*Vocabulary and word retrieval
*Descriptive and comparative language
*Text analysis and critical thinking

•4th and 5th Grade Screener (6 stimulus cards, 37 test items) 
*Following academic directions 
*Comprehending complex sentences
*Reading and listening passages
*Spelling patterns
*Text analysis and critical thinking
*Vocabulary and word retrieval
*Shades of meaning
*Verbal reasoning

• Articulation Screener (2 stimulus cards, 35 test items) 
Picture cards and corresponding sentences. Assess sounds in single words and in sentences. 

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