Preschool Progress Screening (PPS)

Evaluates PreK Readiness for 3-5 Year Olds

The PPS was created to serve as a quick and easy assessment of general education exposure, experiences and growth skills that should be present or progressing in 3-5 year old children and can be administered by a classroom teacher in about 20 minutes. It is designed to be administered twice a year to see growth and how the student is progressing. The PPS total score will provide a developmental indicator of “OK” or “Recheck”.

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The PPS screening activities include:

  1. Color Recognition
  2. Shape Recognition
  3. Body Part Recognition
  4. Name/Letter Recognition
  5. Following Two/Three Step Directions
  6. Verbal Reasoning/Analogies
  7. Patterns
  8. Sorting
  9. Counting Blocks
  10. Block Tower
  11. Book Handling Skills
  12. Gross Motor/Balance

Each screening activity will fall into one of three central areas of development:

  • Language
  • Concepts
  • Motor Skills

Complete this form or contact STS at 1.800.642.6787 for more information about this new assessment.