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Assessment Results: Vocabulary Progress - First Words (5 to 18 months)

      Vocabulary Progress - First Words (5 to 18 months)

      Age Range: 518 Months

      Let’s see how your baby’s vocabulary is growing! This is the short version of one of the most widely used vocabulary quizzes for babies, toddlers, and young children. The full title for this quiz is the “English-Language Short Form of the MacArthur Bates Communicative Development Inventories, Level 1.” You can find some more information at this link here: https://mb-cdi.stanford.edu/

      Number of Words Your Baby Understands

      Ellie

      Ellie’s Score

      63

      1 year & 5 months when assessment was taken.

      Ellie scored higher than 72% of children at or near Ellie's age on Sleuth.

      Ellie’s Score

      63

      Ellie

      How do children on Sleuth score?

      44 children49 children83 children44 children3-2424-4545-6666-88SCORE RANGES

      Number of Words Your Baby Speaks

      Ellie

      Ellie’s Score

      18

      1 year & 5 months when assessment was taken.

      Ellie scored higher than 71% of children at or near Ellie's age on Sleuth.

      Ellie’s Score

      18

      Ellie

      How do children on Sleuth score?

      177 children23 children16 children4 children0-1919-3939-5858-79SCORE RANGES

      Animal Names Vocabulary

      Score Breakdown

      This score refers to the number of animal names in the quiz (such as “dog” or “duck”) your baby understands OR says. There are six words for animal names, so the highest possible score is 6.

      This score was invented by Sleuth and is not an indicator of your baby’s overall vocabulary. This score may just reflect how often your baby hears these types of words.

      Ellie

      Ellie’s Score

      6

      1 year & 5 months when assessment was taken.

      Ellie scored higher than 82% of children at or near Ellie's age on Sleuth.

      Ellie’s Score

      6

      Ellie

      How do children on Sleuth score?

      97 children54 children69 children0-22-44-6SCORE RANGES

      Food and Drink Vocabulary

      Score Breakdown

      This score refers to the number of words for food or drink (such as “cookie” or “juice”) your baby understands OR says. There are six words in this category in the quiz, so the highest possible score is 6.

      This score was invented by Sleuth and is not an indicator of your baby’s overall vocabulary. It may just reflect whether your baby often hears these types of words.

      Ellie

      Ellie’s Score

      2

      1 year & 5 months when assessment was taken.

      Ellie scored higher than 18% of children at or near Ellie's age on Sleuth.

      Ellie’s Score

      2

      Ellie

      How do children on Sleuth score?

      108 children66 children46 children0-22-44-6SCORE RANGES

      Clothing and Body Parts Vocabulary

      Score Breakdown

      This score refers to the number of words in the quiz for clothing or body parts (such as “pants” or “head”) your baby understands OR says. There are nine words for clothing or body parts in the quiz, so the highest possible score is 9.

      This score was invented by Sleuth, and is not an indicator of your baby’s overall vocabulary. It may just reflect whether your baby often hears these types of words.

      Ellie

      Ellie’s Score

      9

      1 year & 5 months when assessment was taken.

      Ellie scored higher than 62% of children at or near Ellie's age on Sleuth.

      Ellie’s Score

      9

      Ellie

      How do children on Sleuth score?

      60 children40 children120 children0-33-66-9SCORE RANGES

      Household Items Vocabulary

      Score Breakdown

      This score refers to the number of words in the quiz for household items (such as “chair” or “cup”) your baby understands OR says. There are twelve words for household items in the quiz, so the highest possible score is 12.

      This score was invented by Sleuth, and is not an indicator of your baby’s overall vocabulary. It may just reflect whether your baby often hears these types of words.

      Ellie

      Ellie’s Score

      10

      1 year & 5 months when assessment was taken.

      Ellie scored higher than 59% of children at or near Ellie's age on Sleuth.

      Ellie’s Score

      10

      Ellie

      How do children on Sleuth score?

      40 children52 children63 children65 children0-33-77-1010-14SCORE RANGES

      Outside Objects and Places Vocabulary

      Score Breakdown

      This score refers to the number of words in the quiz for things that appear outside or places (such as “moon” or “rain” or “home”) your baby understands OR says. There are eight words for these outside items in the quiz, so the highest possible score is 8.

      This score was invented by Sleuth, and is not an indicator of your baby’s overall vocabulary. It may just reflect whether your baby often hears these words.

      Ellie

      Ellie’s Score

      6

      1 year & 5 months when assessment was taken.

      Ellie scored higher than 68% of children at or near Ellie's age on Sleuth.

      Ellie’s Score

      6

      Ellie

      How do children on Sleuth score?

      72 children54 children94 children0-22-44-8SCORE RANGES

      Verbs and Actions Vocabulary

      Score Breakdown

      This score refers to the number of words in the quiz for verbs or actions (such as “wait” or “smile”) your baby understands OR says. There are eleven words for these items in the quiz, so the highest possible score is 11.

      This score was invented by Sleuth, and is not an indicator of your baby’s overall vocabulary. It may just reflect whether your baby often hears these words.

      Ellie

      Ellie’s Score

      7

      1 year & 5 months when assessment was taken.

      Ellie scored higher than 80% of children at or near Ellie's age on Sleuth.

      Ellie’s Score

      7

      Ellie

      How do children on Sleuth score?

      93 children82 children45 children0-33-66-9SCORE RANGES

      Descriptive Words Vocabulary

      Score Breakdown

      This score refers to the number of descriptive words in the quiz (such as “big” or “broken”) your baby understands OR says. There are eight words for these items in the quiz, so the highest possible score is 8.

      This score was invented by Sleuth, and is not an indicator of your baby’s overall vocabulary. It may just reflect whether your baby often hears these words.

      Ellie

      Ellie’s Score

      4

      1 year & 5 months when assessment was taken.

      Ellie scored higher than 49% of children at or near Ellie's age on Sleuth.

      Ellie’s Score

      4

      Ellie

      How do children on Sleuth score?

      100 children78 children42 children0-33-66-9SCORE RANGES
      Ellie

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      User Answers

      1. Let's see how your child's vocabulary is growing! This list of 89 words has been tested by researchers with more than 50,000 children.

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      2. For each word that follows, select the best option. For words your child *understands* but *does not yet say*, select "*Understands*." For words your child not only *understands* but *also* *says*, select "*Understands and Says*". If you or your child say the word differently, you should still pick "Understands" or "Understand and Says".

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      3. meow

      A

      Does Not Understand

      B

      Understands

      Ellie

      C

      Understands and Says

      D

      I'm Not Sure

      4. choo choo

      A

      Does Not Understand

      Ellie

      B

      Understands

      C

      Understands and Says

      D

      I'm Not Sure

      5. ouch

      A

      Does Not Understand

      B

      Understands

      C

      Understands and Says

      Ellie

      D

      I'm Not Sure

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