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TIP Imitation Motor Planning Maze GI Assessment

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Motor Planning Maze Assessment

Development of the Motor Planning Maze Assessment

  • Desired fast and informative assessment of motor planning
  • Mazes modified from Dr. Ayres, Virginia Scardinia, Jane Koomar
  • No previous formal scoring criteria
  • Generally applicable from age 4 to teens
  • Test is under development so no norms yet available

Administration of the Motor Planning Maze Assessment

  • 5 minutes to administer
  • Hand the child each of 3 mazes and ask them to move the grommet from one side to the other
  • Record Time needed to complete each maze
  • Record Errors made with each maze

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