Bayley Scales of Infant and Toddler Development | Third Edition Motor Scale

Bayley-III Motor Scale

The Bayley-III® Motor Scale helps identify young children with developmental delay of motor function and guide intervention planning.

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  • Bayley-III Motor Kit (Print)
    0158027264 Qualification Level B

    Includes Bayley-III Motor Scale Administration and Technical Manual (Print), 25 Motor Scale Record Forms with Tracing Design Sheet (Print), Motor Scale Manipulative Set (12 blocks (4 with hole), 2 red crayons, 6" metal round spoon (3), small ball, 1 4-inch ball, pig bank, connecting block set (4 small blocks, 2 medium blocks), 33mm bottle with lid, oval shoe lace, small drawstring bag, picture book, stepping path, pink rattle, 2 unsharpened pencils no eraser, set of 8 red blocks, bell, peg set (8 yellow, 4 red, 4 blue), pegboard, cup with handle, 9 blue blocks (4 round, 5 square), button sleeve, rings with string set), large bag

    In stock $416.20

  • Bayley-III Motor Record Forms Qty 25 (Print)
    0158027310 Qualification Level B

    In stock $91.30

Overview

Publication date:
2006
Age range:
1–42 months old
Scores/Interpretation:
Scales scores, composite scores, percentile ranks, age equivalents, and growth scores
Qualification level:
B
Administration:
1–3 months: 10 minutes; 4–8 months: 15minutes; 9–42 months: 20 minutes
Scoring options:
Manual scoring

Product Details

The Bayley-III Motor Scale offers everything you need to assess motor development in one convenient package.

Benefits

  • The Fine Motor Subtest assesses fine motor skills associated with prehension, perceptual-motor integration, motor planning, and motor speed. Visual tracking, reaching, object manipulation, and grasping are also measured.
  • The Gross Motor Subtest assesses the movement of the limbs and torso. Items assess static positioning, dynamic movement (including locomotion and coordination), balance, and motor planning.