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What is the population sample size?
standardization sample includes a total of 1,200 children between the ages 2;6 and 7;11. The sample closely approximates the U.S. Census 2000 data.
What are the age levels for children that the
contains two age-level tests. Level 1 assesses knowledge and use of basic concepts for ages 2;6 to 5;11. Level 2 assesses knowledge and use of basic concepts for ages 5;0 to 7;11. Children from the ages of 5;0 to 5;11 may take both levels.
How long does it take to administer the
Each level of the
® takes about 10-15 minutes to administer. For children ages 5;0 to 5;11 taking both levels allow approximately 20-30 minutes.
How did you choose the basic concept words tested in the
Licensed and practicing preschool teachers(285) across different regions of the United States were asked to rate a list of concepts in terms of their importance and relevance to academic success. A total of 238 questionnaires were returned. The results of this questionnaire, words obtained from the major basic concept assessments available today, and a pilot study were instrumental in determining the basic concept words chosen for the
Did you compare the
to another basic concepts test?
Yes. A concurrent validity study was conducted in which the results of the
were compared to the results of the
Boehm Test of Basic Concepts-3 Preschool
(Boehm-3 Preschool) and
Boehm Test of Basic Concepts-3
(Boehm-3). The results indicated significant correlations between the
tests and the
Why is it important to assess basic concepts in children?
Basic concepts are the building blocks that children need to follow directions, engage in classroom routines, and provide descriptions of the world around them. They are fundamental for performing everyday tasks such as reading, writing, speaking, and math. Knowledge of these concepts is directly related to academic achievement.
How is the
different from other tests of basic concepts?
differs from other basic concept tests in many ways.
evaluates the receptive and expressive use of basic concepts.
presents the concepts in opposite (big/small) and/or related pairs (half/whole), rather than single, unrelated concepts.
Second, the test is in an interactive storybook format giving the examiner the opportunity to test the child in a more natural setting. There is test no easel. Instead, the
embeds concept pairs or related words in colorfully illustrated scenes of a storybook.
kit contains two age-level tests for evaluating the understanding and use of basic concepts. Level 1 -
A Day at the Zoo
is for the preschool child from 2;6 to 5;11 years. Level 2 -
A Day at the Park
is for children in kindergarten and the early elementary grades from 5;0 to 7;11.
How can I use the results of the
to identify areas of weakness and write IEP goals?
The results of testing for both Level 1 and Level 2 can be summarized on the
inventory form. This form categorizes the basic concepts into seven semantic categories: Color/Shape, Weight/Volume, Distance/Speed/Time, Quantity/Completeness, Location/Direction/Condition/Quality, Sensation/Emotion/Evaluation. You may transfer the testing results to this form in order to assist you in writing IEP goals and explaining the results of the test to parents.
Can I preview the
test prior to purchasing it?
Yes. Have the supervisor of your district, school, or speech department fax your request on company/school letterhead (1-800-978-7379), and we will send you a review copy. You may also email the request to Customer Help at
or contact Customer Help at 1-800-277-8737.
Where can I go to see forms for the test?
Click below to view forms online.
Level 1 A Day at the Zoo
Level 2 A Day at the Park
Do you offer training for the
for more information.
Can I purchase the components of the
What is a WABC® Response Analyzer?
The WABC® Qualitative Response Analyzer lets you enter the data from a child’s record form(s) and will automatically generate a summary of concepts that the child identifies correctly.The Response Analyzer will not calculate normative data (standard scores, etc.). They produce qualitative reports to help you establish intervention goals.
Click here to go to the WABC® Response Analyzer
WABC - Wiig Assessment of Basic Concepts
WABC Level 1 Forms (25-Pack)
WABC Level 2 Forms (25-Pack)
WABC Examiner's Manual
Webber Basic Concepts Combo (Combo of WABC11 and GB175)
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