Wide Range Assessment of Visual Motor AbilitiesWRAVMA
- Evaluate visual-motor skills
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WRAVMA Complete Kit31390 Qualification Level B
WRAVMA Administration & Scoring Manual,
Drawing Forms (pack of 25),
Visual Matching Forms (pack of 25),
Examiner Record Forms (pack of 25),
Peg Board, Pencils, Markers, Sharpener and black canvas bag
WRAVMA Manual31391 Qualification Level B
WRAVMA Drawing Forms31392 Qualification Level B
Pack of 25
WRAVMA Examiner Record Forms31394 Qualification Level B
Pck of 25
WRAVMA Visual Matching Forms31393 Qualification Level B
Pack of 25
WRAVMA Pencil & Marker Re-Supply Kit31396 Qualification Level B
WRAVMA Peg Board and Pegs31389 Qualification Level B
- Publication date:
- Completion time:
- 4-10 minutes per subtest
- Age range:
- 3 to 17 years
- Qualification level:
Assess and compare visual spatial, fine motor skills, and integrated visual motor skills in children from 3-17 years using norms from a single sample.
The WRAVMA assesses three areas using three tests: the Drawing (Visual Motor) Test, the Matching (Visual-Spatial) Test, and the Pegboard (Fine Motor) Test. It provides a reliable, accurate evaluation of visual-motor skills of children and adolescents ages 3-17 years.
Co-operative or independent testing. Use each WRAVMA subtest individually or together:
A scaled score, standard score, an 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.
Features and benefits of the WRAVMA
Relevant to school-related activities. Difficulties performing visual-motor tasks, such as copying, drawing, or handwriting, can be linked to a deficit of fine motor skills, spatial deficits, and/or an visual-motor integration deficit when motor and spatial systems are combined. The WRAVMA is uniquely suited to evaluate visual-motor ability because it makes meaningful distinctions between important contributing sub-areas.
Psychometrically sound. The norms for each test were derived from the same standardization sample of 2,600 children, permitting a valid comparison of a child's overall visual-motor ability.
Comprehensive and economical. One set of materials can be used with children and adolescents ages 3-17 years.
Fast. Each subtest takes only 4-10 minutes to administer.
Normative data collected from 2,600 children on all three subtests. Reliability measures of the three subtests of the WRAVMA show internal consistency coefficients exceeding .90 and test-retest reliability coefficients ranging from .81 to .91. Construct validity is supported by item separations of .99.