The Movement ABC-2 Checklist takes assessment into the everyday situations in which the child has to function. It provides an economical means of assessing groups of children through classroom assessment. It can be used to obtain the views of parents or teachers on a child's movement in everyday settings.
Items are divided into two sections, each of which considers the child's performance in progressively more complex situations. In addition, the behaviour section of the checklist, identical to that contained in the test, considers the extent to which a child's attitudes and feelings about motor tasks are situation specific or more generalised. Percentile cut scores are provided.