Temperament Form - Kerrie LaRosaParent Coach
Temperament Questionnaire: What is your child's personality?
Did you know that understanding your child's temperament can improve your relationship with your child and address many issues you may be experiencing?
How much energy does your child have?
Not Very Active: My child prefers quiet play and quiet activities such as puzzles, reading and board games.
Somewhat Active: My child prefers both active play and quiet play.
Very Active: My child is happiest when engaged in active play.
How well does your child handle transitions?
Very Easily: My child adjusts quickly to new situations, goes with the flow when plans change
It Depends: Sometimes my child is able to go with the flow, but other times becomes upset if there is a change in plans.
Not Very Well: My child is happiest when things go according to plan and prefers structure. My child may become very upset if things don't go the way he is expecting.
Is your child adventurous or cautious?
Adventurous: curious, attracted to new things, doesn’t hesitate socially, risk taker
A little of both: Is willing to take risks, but may take time adjusting to new situations.
Cautious: Very Cautious: initially resists new things, observes before trying something, clings to parent in unfamiliar situations
How persistent is your child?
Very Persistent: my child persists when told no, continues task until completes it, has difficulty transitioning to next activity
Somewhat Persistent: my child may persist in certain areas, but is able to move on from tasks easily and does not get easily frustrated when unable to accomplish a task
Easily Frustrated: Easily frustrated: is easily distracted when working on a task, often leaves tasks incomplete, gives up easily when something is difficult
How Intense are your child's emotional reactions?
Mellow: my child is able to verbalize feelings, remains relaxed when has strong feelings, and calms quickly
It Depends: My child becomes easily upset in certain situations, but is able to calm quickly in other situations. My child is able to verbalize feelings some of the tims
Passionate: My child has intense reactions, expresses feelings with body, either loves something or hates something
How Sensitive is your child?
Very Sensitive: my child is highly affected by sensory stimulation, notices changes in smells, foods, products, is overwhelmed by too much information, is aware of other's moods
Somewhat Sensitive: my child notices other's moods, sensory stimulation and changes in environment, but is not typically negatively impacted by it.
Not so sensitive: my child doesn't notice and is unaffected by loud noises, different foods, textures, may not notice other’s emotional states
Would you like to be contacted to learn more about your child's temperament? If yes, please provide your email address.
No, I do not wish to see the results or be contacted about the results.
Yes, I would like to see the results.
Kerrie LaRosa, Parent Coach
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