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Wide Range Assessment of Visual Motor Abilities

WRAVMA
  • Wayne Adams, PhD, ABPP
  • David Sheslow, PhD
Wide Range Assessment of Visual Motor Abilities (WRAVMA) provides a reliable, accurate evaluation of visual-motor skills of children and adolescents
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WRAVMA Complete Kit
9780749170431 Qualification Level B

Includes WRAVMA Administration & Scoring Manual, Drawing Forms (25), Visual Matching Forms (25), Examiner Record Forms (25), Pegboard and Pegs, Pencils, Markers, and Sharpener, black canvas bag

Ordering

£638.40

Overview

Publication date:

1995

Age range:

3 to 17 years

Qualification level:

B

Completion time:

4-10 minutes per subtest

Administration:

Individual

Product Details

Assess and compare visual spatial, fine motor skills, and integrated visual motor skills.

Benefits

  • Relevant to school-related activities: evaluate visual-motor ability to make meaningful distinctions between important contributing sub-areas.
  • Psychometrically sound: permits a valid comparison of a child's overall visual-motor ability with norms for each test derived from the same standardization sample of 2,600 children.
  • Comprehensive and economical: one set of materials with children and adolescents ages 3–17 years.

Features

The WRAVMA assesses three areas using three tests: Drawing (Visual Motor), Matching (Visual-Spatial), and Pegboard (Fine Motor).

  • The Drawing Test: evaluates visual-motor integration by asking the child to copy designs arranged in order of increasing difficulty.
  • The Matching Test: assesses visual-spatial skills by asking the child to look at an image and select the option that relates best with it. 
  • The Pegboard Test: measures fine motor skills by asking the child to insert as many pegs as they can into a pegboard within 90 seconds. 
  • A scaled score, standard score, age-equivalent score, and percentile may be obtained for each subtest. 
  • A Visual-Motor Integration Composite score can be calculated when all three subtests are used together.