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VO Parenting Academy Temperament Test

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Caregivers often tell me that my child is easy going

2 / 36

My child feels indifferent about routines

3 / 36

My child is very peaceful and gets along with all the kids on the playground

4 / 36

When teaching my child, they are eager to please me (younger kids have a shorter attention span)

5 / 36

When my child loses a toy, they might ask for it, but if I appear bothered, they tell me it’s okay

6 / 36

During power struggles my child is eager to please me and ready to do what I ask

7 / 36

Indecisive, low enthusiasm or energy, are common traits of my child

8 / 36

When my child is learning a new skill (puzzles, wearing shoes, etc.), they are constantly looking for feedback from me. (Questions like are you proud of me?)

9 / 36

When my child is at a play date, they blend in to avoid conflict

10 / 36

Caregivers often tell me that my child wants to do things his way

11 / 36

My child sometimes, needs a reason why they should do the routine

12 / 36

My child is very adventurous and takes charge on the playground

13 / 36

When teaching my child, he/she is very serious and concentrates (younger kids have a shorter attention span)

14 / 36

When my child loses a toy, they will ask for it, and search for it with little frustration

15 / 36

During power struggles my child resists and doesn't respond to threats by giving in

16 / 36

Bossy and Domineering are common traits of my child

17 / 36

When my child is learning a new skill (puzzles, wearing shoes, etc.), they persevere till they succeed

18 / 36

When my child is at a play date, he takes charge

19 / 36

Caregivers often tell me that my child is shy/ a loner /a deep thinker

20 / 36

My child loves routines

21 / 36

My child is very careful on the playground

22 / 36

When teaching my child, he/she is very silent and observing (younger kids have a shorter attention span)

23 / 36

When my child loses a toy, he/she has a meltdown

24 / 36

During power struggles my child shows intense emotions

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My child is too focused on details and has a low frustration tolerance (little patience

26 / 36

When my child is learning a new skill (puzzles, wearing shoes, etc.), he/she gets frustrated easily

27 / 36

When my child is at a play date, he/she takes time to warm up

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Caregivers often tell me that my child is the life of the party

29 / 36

My child hates routines and struggles with being tidy

30 / 36

My child is always the center of attention on the playground

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When teaching my child, he/she is very playful (younger kids have a shorter attention span)

32 / 36

When my child loses a toy, they will not notice

33 / 36

When my child is at a play date, they immediately become chatty and the center of attention

34 / 36

When my child is learning a new skill (puzzles, wearing shoes, etc.), they want me (or any other care giver) to do it instead (with little or no signs of frustration)

35 / 36

Disorganization and forgetfulness are common traits of my child

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During power struggles my child resists but responds to threats by giving in