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EDUCATION - CHILD (EDC)

EDUCATION - CHILD (EDC) - Question identifier:EDC_R01

This first section is about this child's experiences at school.

EDUCATION - CHILD (EDC) - Question identifier:EDC_Q01

What type of school is this child currently in? Is it a... ?

1. Public school
2. Catholic school, publicly funded
3. Private school
4. Not in school
5. Taught at home (home schooled)
6. Child in an institution (for example, hospital,
young offender facility or child welfare facility)
7. Other
DK, RF

EDUCATION - CHILD (EDC) - Question identifier:EDC_Q02

In which province or territory is this school?

10. Newfoundland and Labrador
11. Prince Edward Island
12. Nova Scotia
13. New Brunswick
24. Quebec
35. Ontario
46. Manitoba
47. Saskatchewan
48. Alberta
59. British Columbia
60. Yukon Territory
61. Northwest Territories
62. Nunavut
DK, RF

EDUCATION - CHILD (EDC) - Question identifier:EDC_Q03

What school grade is this child in?

1. Grade 1 (Elementary)
2. Grade 2 (Elementary)
3. Grade 3 (Elementary)
4. Grade 4 (Elementary)
5. Grade 5 (Elementary)
6. Grade 6 (Elementary)
7. Secondary I (Que.), Grade 7 (All other provinces)
8. Secondary II (Que.), Grade 8 (All other provinces)
9. Secondary III (Que.), Senior 1 (Manitoba), Grade 9 (All other provinces)
10. Secondary IV (Que.), Level 1 secondary (N.L.), Senior 2 (Manitoba), Grade 10 (All other provinces)
11. Secondary V (Que.), Level 2 secondary (N.L.), Senior 3 (Manitoba), Grade 11 (All other provinces)
12. Level 3 secondary (N.L.), Senior 4 (Manitoba), Grade 12 (All other provinces except Que.)
13. Junior Kindergarten (generally 2 years before grade 1)
14. Senior Kindergarten / Primary (generally 1 year before grade 1)
15. Ungraded
DK, RF

EDUCATION - CHILD (EDC) - Question identifier:EDC_Q04

In what language is this child mainly taught?

1. English
2. French
3. Both languages
4. Other
DK, RF

EDUCATION - CHILD (EDC) - Question identifier:EDC_Q05

Is this child in a language immersion program?

1. Yes
2. No
DK, RF

EDUCATION - CHILD (EDC) - Question identifier:EDC_Q06

Excluding language immersion programs, is this child enrolled in an academic program with a specially designed curriculum?

1. Yes
2. No
DK, RF

EDUCATION - CHILD (EDC) - Question identifier:EDC_Q07

What type of academic program is this child enrolled in?

1. School program for hearing or visually impaired students
2. School program for special needs students such as special education (excluding hearing or visually impaired students)
3. School program for gifted students such as scientifically advanced programs, enriched or advanced programs
4. An English or French as a second language program (only for children who speak neither official language)
5. A program targeting the Arts or sports
6. Other
DK, RF

EDUCATION - CHILD (EDC) - Question identifier:EDC_Q08

In a typical week, how often does this child attend junior kindergarten or senior kindergarten?

1. Full days every day
2. Half days every day
3. Full days alternate days
4. Half days alternate days
5. Some other combination
DK, RF

EDUCATION - CHILD (EDC) - Question identifier:EDC_Q09

Did this child attend junior kindergarten?

1. Yes
2. No
DK, RF

EDUCATION - CHILD (EDC) - Question identifier:EDC_Q10

Did this child attend senior kindergarten?

1. Yes
2. No
DK, RF

EDUCATION - CHILD (EDC) - Question identifier:EDC_Q11

How old (in years) was this child when he first started grade 1?

Minimum: 4 Maximum: 9
DK, RF

EDUCATION - CHILD (EDC) - Question identifier:EDC_Q12

Has this child ever repeated a grade (including kindergarten)?

1. Yes
2. No
DK, RF

EDUCATION - CHILD (EDC) - Question identifier:EDC_Q13

What grade did this child repeat?

1. Grade 1 (Elementary)
2. Grade 2 (Elementary)
3. Grade 3 (Elementary)
4. Grade 4 (Elementary)
5. Grade 5 (Elementary)
6. Grade 6 (Elementary)
7. Secondary I (Que.), Grade 7 (All other provinces)
8. Secondary II (Que.), Grade 8 (All other provinces)
9. Secondary III (Que.), Senior 1 (Manitoba), Grade 9 (All other provinces)
10. Secondary IV (Que.), Level 1 secondary (N.L.), Senior 2 (Manitoba), Grade 10 (All other provinces)
11. Secondary V (Que.), Level 2 secondary (N.L.), Senior 3 (Manitoba), Grade 11 (All other provinces)
12. Level 3 secondary (N.L.), Senior 4 (Manitoba), Grade 12 (All other provinces except Que.)
13. Junior Kindergarten (generally 2 years before grade 1)
14. Senior Kindergarten / Primary (generally 1 year before grade 1)
15. Ungraded
DK, RF

EDUCATION - CHILD (EDC) - Question identifier:EDC_Q14

What was the main reason for repeating this grade?

1. Not academically ready for the next grade
2. Physical impairment (such as speech, hearing, sight, etc.)
3. Illness
4. Difficulty with the language of instruction
5. Not socially ready for the next grade
6. Changed school system
7. Other
DK, RF

EDUCATION - CHILD (EDC) - Question identifier:EDC_R15

The following questions ask about how this child is doing in school.

EDUCATION - CHILD (EDC) - Question identifier:EDC_Q15

Based on your knowledge of his school work, including his report cards, how is this child doing in the following areas at school this year:

Reading?

1. Very well
2. Well
3. Average
4. Poorly
5. Very poorly
6. Not applicable (does not take this subject)
DK, RF

EDUCATION - CHILD (EDC) - Question identifier:EDC_Q16

(Based on your knowledge of his school work, including his report cards, how is this child doing in the following areas at school this year:)

Mathematics?

1. Very well
2. Well
3. Average
4. Poorly
5. Very poorly
6. Not applicable (does not take this subject)
DK, RF

EDUCATION - CHILD (EDC) - Question identifier:EDC_Q17

(Based on your knowledge of his school work, including his report cards, how is this child doing in the following areas at school this year:)

Written work such as composition?

1. Very well
2. Well
3. Average
4. Poorly
5. Very poorly
6. Not applicable (does not take this subject)
DK, RF

EDUCATION - CHILD (EDC) - Question identifier:EDC_Q18

(Based on your knowledge of his school work, including his report cards:)

How is this child doing overall?

1. Very well
2. Well
3. Average
4. Poorly
5. Very poorly
6. Not applicable
DK, RF

EDUCATION - CHILD (EDC) - Question identifier:EDC_Q19

How often is this child assigned homework?

1. Never
2. Less than once a month
3. Once a month
4. A few times a month
5. Once a week
6. A few times a week
7. Daily
DK, RF

EDUCATION - CHILD (EDC) - Question identifier:EDC_Q20

On days when this child is assigned homework, how much time does he usually spend doing it?

1. 0 to 15 minutes
2. 16 to 30 minutes
3. 31 minutes to less than one hour
4. 1 to less than 1.5 hours
5. 1.5 to less than 2 hours
6. 2 to less than 3 hours
7. 3 to less than 4 hours
8. 4 hours or more
DK, RF

EDUCATION - CHILD (EDC) - Question identifier:EDC_Q21

How often do you check this child's homework?

1. Never or rarely
2. Less than once a month
3. Once a month
4. A few times a month
5. Once a week
6. A few times a week
7. Daily
DK, RF

EDUCATION - CHILD (EDC) - Question identifier:EDC_Q22

How often do you help this child with his homework?

1. Never or rarely
2. Less than once a month
3. Once a month
4. A few times a month
5. Once a week
6. A few times a week
7. Daily
DK, RF

EDUCATION - CHILD (EDC) - Question identifier:EDC_Q23

During the previous school year, did this child receive any additional help or tutoring?

1. Yes
2. No
3. Not in school last year
DK, RF

EDUCATION - CHILD (EDC) - Question identifier:EDC_Q24

What was the main reason this child was receiving additional help or tutoring?

1. A physical impairment
2. A behavioural problem
3. An emotional problem
4. A learning disability or difficulty
5. Poor academic performance
6. To enhance the school program
7. Other
DK, RF

EDUCATION - CHILD (EDC) - Question identifier:EDC_Q25

Since this child started school in the fall, how many times have you been contacted by phone or in writing by his school regarding his behaviour problems or challenges at school?

1. Never
2. Once or twice
3. Three or four times
4. Five times or more
DK, RF

EDUCATION - CHILD (EDC) - Question identifier:EDC_Q26

With regard to how this child feels about school, how often does he look forward to going to school?

1. Almost never
2. Rarely
3. Sometimes
4. Often
5. Almost always
DK, RF

EDUCATION - CHILD (EDC) - Question identifier:EDC_Q27

How important is it to you that this child has good grades in school?

1. Very important
2. Important
3. Somewhat important
4. Not at all important
DK, RF

EDUCATION - CHILD (EDC) - Question identifier:EDC_Q28

How far do you hope this child will go in school?

1. Primary/elementary school
2. Secondary or high school
3. Community college, CEGEP or nursing school
4. Trade, technical or vocational school, or business college
5. University
6. Post-secondary, unspecified
7. Other
DK, RF

EDUCATION - CHILD (EDC) - Question identifier:EDC_Q29

How often do you and this child talk about school work or behaviour in class?

1. Daily
2. A few times a week
3. Once a week
4. A few times a month
5. Once a month
6. Less than once a month
7. Rarely
DK, RF

EDUCATION - CHILD (EDC) - Question identifier:EDC_Q30

How often do you and this child talk about his school friends or activities?

1. Daily
2. A few times a week
3. Once a week
4. A few times a month
5. Once a month
6. Less than once a month
7. Rarely
DK, RF

EDUCATION - CHILD (EDC) - Question identifier:EDC_R31

The following are possible descriptions of this child's present school.

EDUCATION - CHILD (EDC) - Question identifier:EDC_Q31

Please indicate whether you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree with the following statements.

Academic progress is very important at this school.

1. Strongly agree
2. Agree
3. Disagree
4. Strongly disagree
5. Not applicable
DK, RF

EDUCATION - CHILD (EDC) - Question identifier:EDC_Q32

(Please indicate whether you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree with the following statement.)

Most children in this school enjoy being there.

1. Strongly agree
2. Agree
3. Disagree
4. Strongly disagree
5. Not applicable
DK, RF

EDUCATION - CHILD (EDC) - Question identifier:EDC_Q33

(Please indicate whether you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree with the following statement.)

Parents are made to feel welcome in this school.

1. Strongly agree
2. Agree
3. Disagree
4. Strongly disagree
5. Not applicable
DK, RF

EDUCATION - CHILD (EDC) - Question identifier:EDC_Q34

(Please indicate whether you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree with the following statement.)

School spirit is very high.

1. Strongly agree
2. Agree
3. Disagree
4. Strongly disagree
5. Not applicable
DK, RF

EDUCATION - CHILD (EDC) - Question identifier:EDC_Q35

(Please indicate whether you strongly agree, agree, disagree, or strongly disagree with the following statement.)

This school offers parents many opportunities to be involved in school activities.

1. Strongly agree
2. Agree
3. Disagree
4. Strongly disagree
5. Not applicable
DK, RF

EDUCATION - CHILD (EDC) - Question identifier:EDC_Q36

During the past school year, did you do any of the following?

1. Speak to, correspond with or visit this child's teacher
2. Visit this child's class
3. Attend a school event in which this child participated, for example a play, a sports competition or a science fair
4. Volunteer in this child's class or help with class trip
5. Help elsewhere in the school, such as in the library or computer room
6. Attend a parent-school meeting
7. Participate in fund-raising for the school
8. Participate in other school activities
9. No activities
10. Not in school last year
DK, RF

CHILD HEALTH (HLC)

CHILD HEALTH (HLC) - Question identifier:HLC_R01

The following questions are about this child's health. By health, we mean not only the absence of disease or injury but also physical, mental and social well-being.

CHILD HEALTH (HLC) - Question identifier:HLC_Q01

In general, would you say this child's health is...?

1. Excellent
2. Very good
3. Good
4. Fair
5. Poor
DK, RF

CHILD HEALTH (HLC) - Question identifier:HLC_Q02

Over the past few months, how often has this child been in good health?

1. Almost all the time
2. Often
3. About half of the time
4. Sometimes
5. Almost never
DK, RF

CHILD HEALTH (HLC) - Question identifier:HLC_Q03

What is this child's height without shoes on?

0. Less than 1' / 12" (less than 29.2 cm)
1. 1'0" to 1'11" / 12" to 23" (29.2 to 59.6 cm)
2. 2'0" to 2'11" / 24" to 35" (59.7 to 90.1 cm)
3. 3'0" to 3'11" / 36" to 47" (90.2 to 120.6 cm)
4. 4'0" to 4'11" / 48" to 59" (120.7 to 151.0 cm)
5. 5'0" to 5'11" / 60" to 71" (151.1 to 181.5 cm)
6. 6'0" to 6'11" / 72" to 83" (181.6 to 212.0 cm)
7. 7'0" and over / 84" and over (212.1 cm and over)
DK, RF

CHILD HEALTH (HLC) - Question identifier:HLC_Q04

(What is this child's height without shoes on?)

0. 1'0" / 12" (29.2 to 31.7 cm)
1. 1'1" / 13" (31.8 to 34.2 cm)
2. 1'2" / 14" (34.3 to 36.7 cm)
3. 1'3" / 15" (36.8 to 39.3 cm)
4. 1'4" / 16" (39.4 to 41.8 cm)
5. 1'5" / 17" (41.9 to 44.4 cm)
6. 1'6" / 18" (44.5 to 46.9 cm)
7. 1'7" / 19" (47.0 to 49.4 cm)
8. 1'8" / 20" (49.5 to 52.0 cm)
9. 1'9" / 21" (52.1 to 54.5 cm)
10. 1'10" / 22" (54.6 to 57.1 cm)
11. 1'11" / 23" (57.2 to 59.6 cm)
DK, RF

CHILD HEALTH (HLC) - Question identifier:HLC_Q05

(What is this child's height without shoes on?)

0. 2'0" / 24" (59.7 to 62.1 cm)
1. 2'1" / 25" (62.2 to 64.7 cm)
2. 2'2" / 26" (64.8 to 67.2 cm)
3. 2'3" / 27" (67.3 to 69.8 cm)
4. 2'4" / 28" (69.9 to 72.3 cm)
5. 2'5" / 29" (72.4 to 74.8 cm)
6. 2'6" / 30" (74.9 to 77.4 cm)
7. 2'7" / 31" (77.5 to 79.9 cm)
8. 2'8" / 32" (80.0 to 82.5 cm)
9. 2'9" / 33" (82.6 to 85.0 cm)
10. 2'10" / 34" (85.1 to 87.5 cm)
11. 2'11" / 35" (87.6 to 90.1 cm)
DK, RF

CHILD HEALTH (HLC) - Question identifier:HLC_Q06

(What is this child's height without shoes on?)

0. 3'0" / 36" (90.2 to 92.6 cm)
1. 3'1" / 37" (92.7 to 95.2 cm)
2. 3'2" / 38" (95.3 to 97.7 cm)
3. 3'3" / 39" (97.8 to 100.2 cm)
4. 3'4" / 40" (100.3 to 102.8 cm)
5. 3'5" / 41" (102.9 to 105.3 cm)
6. 3'6" / 42" (105.4 to 107.9 cm)
7. 3'7" / 43" (108.0 to 110.4 cm)
8. 3'8" / 44" (110.5 to 112.9 cm)
9. 3'9" / 45" (113.0 to 115.5 cm)
10. 3'10" / 46" (115.6 to 118.0 cm)
11. 3'11" / 47" (118.1 to 120.6 cm)
DK, RF

CHILD HEALTH (HLC) - Question identifier:HLC_Q07

(What is this child's height without shoes on?)

0. 4'0" / 48" (120.7 to 123.1 cm)
1. 4'1" / 49" (123.2 to 125.6 cm)
2. 4'2" / 50" (125.7 to 128.2 cm)
3. 4'3" / 51" (128.3 to 130.7 cm)
4. 4'4" / 52" (130.8 to 133.3 cm)
5. 4'5" / 53" (133.4 to 135.8 cm)
6. 4'6" / 54" (135.9 to 138.3 cm)
7. 4'7" / 55" (138.4 to 140.9 cm)
8. 4'8" / 56" (141.0 to 143.4 cm)
9. 4'9" / 57" (143.5 to 146.0 cm)
10. 4'10" / 58" (146.1 to 148.5 cm)
11. 4'11" / 59" (148.6 to 151.0 cm)
DK, RF

CHILD HEALTH (HLC) - Question identifier:HLC_Q08

(What is this child's height without shoes on?)

0. 5'0" (151.1 to 153.6 cm)
1. 5'1" (153.7 to 156.1 cm)
2. 5'2" (156.2 to 158.7 cm)
3. 5'3" (158.8 to 161.2 cm)
4. 5'4" (161.3 to 163.7 cm)
5. 5'5" (163.8 to 166.3 cm)
6. 5'6" (166.4 to 168.8 cm)
7. 5'7" (168.9 to 171.4 cm)
8. 5'8" (171.5 to 173.9 cm)
9. 5'9" (174.0 to 176.4 cm)
10. 5'10" (176.5 to 179.0 cm)
11. 5'11" (179.1 to 181.5 cm)
DK, RF

CHILD HEALTH (HLC) - Question identifier:HLC_Q09

(What is this child's height without shoes on?)

0. 6'0" (181.6 to 184.1 cm)
1. 6'1" (184.2 to 186.6 cm)
2. 6'2" (186.7 to 189.1 cm)
3. 6'3" (189.2 to 191.7 cm)
4. 6'4" (191.8 to 194.2 cm)
5. 6'5" (194.3 to 196.8 cm)
6. 6'6" (196.9 to 199.3 cm)
7. 6'7" (199.4 to 201.8 cm)
8. 6'8" (201.9 to 204.4 cm)
9. 6'9" (204.5 to 206.9 cm)
10. 6'10" (207.0 to 209.5 cm)
11. 6'11" (209.6 to 212.0 cm)
DK, RF

CHILD HEALTH (HLC) - Question identifier:HLC_Q10

What is this child's weight?

Minimum: 1 Maximum: 300
DK, RF

CHILD HEALTH (HLC) - Question identifier:HLC_Q11

(What is this child's weight?)

1. Kilograms
2. Pounds

CHILD HEALTH (HLC) - Question identifier:HLC_R12

The next few questions deal with any health limitations that affect this child's daily activities. In these questions, a difficulty, condition or health problem is one that has lasted or is expected to last 6 months or more.

CHILD HEALTH (HLC) - Question identifier:HLC_Q12

Does this child have any difficulty hearing, seeing, communicating, walking, climbing stairs, bending, learning or doing any similar activities?

1. Yes, sometimes
2. Yes, often
3. No
DK, RF

CHILD HEALTH (HLC) - Question identifier:HLC_Q13

Does a physical condition or mental condition or health problem reduce the amount or the kind of activity this child can do:

...at home?

1. Yes, sometimes
2. Yes, often
3. No
DK, RF

CHILD HEALTH (HLC) - Question identifier:HLC_Q14

(Does a physical condition or mental condition or health problem reduce the amount or the kind of activity this child can do:)

...at child care?

1. Yes, sometimes
2. Yes, often
3. No
4. Not in child care
DK, RF

CHILD HEALTH (HLC) - Question identifier:HLC_Q15

(Does a physical condition or mental condition or health problem reduce the amount or the kind of activity this child can do:)

...at school?

1. Yes, sometimes
2. Yes, often
3. No
DK, RF

CHILD HEALTH (HLC) - Question identifier:HLC_Q16

(Does a physical condition or mental condition or health problem reduce the amount or the kind of activity this child can do:)

...in other activities, for example, transportation, play, sports or games?

1. Yes, sometimes
2. Yes, often
3. No
DK, RF

CHILD HEALTH (HLC) - Question identifier:HLC_Q17

The following questions are about asthma. Has this child ever had asthma that was diagnosed by a health professional?

1. Yes
2. No
DK, RF

CHILD HEALTH (HLC) - Question identifier:HLC_Q18

Does this condition or health problem prevent or limit this child's participation in school, at play or any other activity normal for a child his age?

1. Yes
2. No
DK, RF

CHILD HEALTH (HLC) - Question identifier:HLC_Q19

Has he had an asthma attack in the past 12 months?

1. Yes
2. No
DK, RF

CHILD HEALTH (HLC) - Question identifier:HLC_Q20

Has he had wheezing or whistling in the chest at any time in the past 12 months?

1. Yes
2. No
DK, RF

CHILD HEALTH (HLC) - Question identifier:HLC_R21

In the following questions, long-term conditions refer to conditions that have lasted or are expected to last 6 months or more and have been diagnosed by a health professional.

CHILD HEALTH (HLC) - Question identifier:HLC_Q21

Has a health professional diagnosed any of the following long-term conditions for this child:

1. Food or digestive allergies?
2. Respiratory allergies such as hay fever?
3. Any other allergies?
4. Bronchitis?
5. Diabetes?
6. Heart condition or disease?
7. Epilepsy?
8. Cerebral palsy?
9. Kidney condition or disease?
10. Mental handicap?
11. Any other long term conditions?
12. None
DK, RF

CHILD HEALTH (HLC) - Question identifier:HLC_Q22

Has a health professional diagnosed any of the following long-term conditions for this child:

1. Food or digestive allergies?
2. Respiratory allergies such as hay fever?
3. Any other allergies?
4. Bronchitis?
5. Diabetes?
6. Heart condition or disease?
7. Epilepsy?
8. Cerebral palsy?
9. Kidney condition or disease?
10. Mental handicap?
11. Learning disability?
12. Attention deficit disorder (with or without hyperactivity)?
13. Emotional, psychological or nervous difficulties?
14. Eating disorder (for example anorexia or bulimia)?
15. Autism?
16. Migraines?
17. Any other long term conditions?
18. None
DK, RF

CHILD HEALTH (HLC) - Question identifier:HLC_Q23

How often does this child have nose or throat infections?

1. Almost all the time
2. Often
3. From time to time
4. Rarely
5. Never
DK, RF

CHILD HEALTH (HLC) - Question identifier:HLC_Q24

Since this child's birth, has this child had an ear infection (otitis)?

1. Yes
2. No
DK, RF

CHILD HEALTH (HLC) - Question identifier:HLC_Q25

How many times (has this child had an ear infection)?

Minimum: 1 Maximum: 30
DK, RF

CHILD HEALTH (HLC) - Question identifier:HLC_Q26

In the past year, how many times have you seen or talked on the telephone with any of the following about this child's physical, emotional or mental health. (Exclude at time of birth for babies.)

A medical doctor (family physician or specialist)?

Minimum: 0 Maximum: 94
DK, RF

CHILD HEALTH (HLC) - Question identifier:HLC_Q27

(In the past year, how many times have you seen or talked on the telephone with any of the following about this child's physical, emotional or mental health. Exclude at time of birth for babies.)

A public health nurse or nurse practitioner?

Minimum: 0 Maximum: 94
DK, RF

CHILD HEALTH (HLC) - Question identifier:HLC_Q28

(In the past year, how many times have you seen or talked on the telephone with any of the following about this child's physical, emotional or mental health. Exclude at time of birth for babies.)

A dentist?

Minimum: 0 Maximum: 94
DK, RF

CHILD HEALTH (HLC) - Question identifier:HLC_Q29

(In the past year, how many times have you seen or talked on the telephone with any of the following about this child's physical, emotional or mental health. Exclude at time of birth for babies.)

An orthodontist?

Minimum: 0 Maximum: 94
DK, RF

CHILD HEALTH (HLC) - Question identifier:HLC_Q30

(In the past year, how many times have you seen or talked on the telephone with any of the following about this child's physical, emotional or mental health. Exclude at time of birth for babies.)

Any other person trained to provide treatment or counsel, for example, a speech therapist or a social worker?

Minimum: 0 Maximum: 94
DK, RF

CHILD HEALTH (HLC) - Question identifier:HLC_Q31

Does this child take any of the following prescribed medication on a regular basis:

Ventolin, inhalers or puffers for asthma?

1. Yes
2. No
DK
RF

CHILD HEALTH (HLC) - Question identifier:HLC_Q32

(Does this child take the following prescribed medication on a regular basis:)

Ritalin or other similar medications?

1. Yes
2. No
DK, RF

CHILD HEALTH (HLC) - Question identifier:HLC_Q33

(Does this child take the following prescribed medication on a regular basis:)

Tranquilizers or nerve pills?

1. Yes
2. No
DK, RF

CHILD HEALTH (HLC) - Question identifier:HLC_Q34

(Does this child take the following prescribed medication on a regular basis:)

Anti-convulsants or anti-epileptic pills?

1. Yes
2. No
DK, RF

CHILD HEALTH (HLC) - Question identifier:HLC_Q35

(Does this child take the following prescribed medication on a regular basis:)

Other medications?

1. Yes
2. No
DK, RF

CHILD HEALTH (HLC) - Question identifier:HLC_Q36

Has this child ever experienced any events or situations that caused him a great amount of worry or unhappiness?

1. Yes
2. No
DK, RF

CHILD HEALTH (HLC) - Question identifier:HLC_Q37

What were these events or situations?

1. Death of parent(s)
2. Death in family (other than parents)
3. Divorce/separation of parents
4. Move
5. Death of a pet
6. Stay in hospital
7. Stay in foster home
8. Other separation from parents
9. Illness/injury of child
10. Illness/injury of a family member
11. Abuse/fear of abuse
12. Change in household members
13. Alcoholism or mental health disorder in family
14. Conflict between parents
15. Problems at school
16. Other
DK, RF

PRENATAL PERIOD (PRN)

PRENATAL PERIOD (PRN) - Question identifier:PRN_Q01

The following are prenatal questions concerning this child. During your pregnancy with this child, did you suffer from any of the following conditions:

... Pregnancy diabetes?

1. Yes
2. No
DK, RF

PRENATAL PERIOD (PRN) - Question identifier:PRN_Q02

(During your pregnancy with this child, did you suffer from:)

... High blood pressure?

1. Yes
2. No
DK, RF

PRENATAL PERIOD (PRN) - Question identifier:PRN_Q03

(During your pregnancy with this child, did you suffer from:)

... Other physical problems?

1. Yes
2. No
DK, RF

PRENATAL PERIOD (PRN) - Question identifier:PRN_Q04

From whom did you receive prenatal care?

1. A doctor
2. A nurse
3. A midwife
4. Other
5. Nobody
DK, RF

PRENATAL PERIOD (PRN) - Question identifier:PRN_Q05

Did you smoke cigarettes during your pregnancy with this child?

1. Yes
2. No
DK, RF

PRENATAL PERIOD (PRN) - Question identifier:PRN_Q06

How many cigarettes per day did you smoke:

... during the first three months of your pregnancy with this child?

Minimum: 0 Maximum: 40
DK, RF

PRENATAL PERIOD (PRN) - Question identifier:PRN_Q07

(How many cigarettes per day did you smoke:)

... during the second three months of your pregnancy with this child?

Minimum: 0 Maximum: 40
DK, RF

PRENATAL PERIOD (PRN) - Question identifier:PRN_Q08

(How many cigarettes per day did you smoke:)

... during the last three months of your pregnancy with this child?

Minimum: 0 Maximum: 40
DK, RF

PRENATAL PERIOD (PRN) - Question identifier:PRN_Q09

Did you consume any alcohol, for example, beer, wine or liquor, during your pregnancy with this child?

1. Yes
2. No
DK, RF

PRENATAL PERIOD (PRN) - Question identifier:PRN_Q10

How frequently did you consume alcohol during the first three months of your pregnancy with this child (for example, beer, wine or liquor)?

1. Never
2. Less than once a month
3. 1 to 3 times a month
4. Once a week
5. 2 or 3 times a week
6. 4 to 6 times a week
7. Everyday
DK, RF

PRENATAL PERIOD (PRN) - Question identifier:PRN_Q11

On the days when you consumed alcohol during the first three months of this pregnancy, how many drinks did you usually have?

1. 1 or 2
2. 3 or 4
3. 5 or more
DK, RF

PRENATAL PERIOD (PRN) - Question identifier:PRN_Q12

How frequently did you consume alcohol during the second three months of your pregnancy with this child (for example, beer, wine or liquor)?

1. Never
2. Less than once a month
3. 1 to 3 times a month
4. Once a week
5. 2 or 3 times a week
6. 4 to 6 times a week
7. Everyday
DK, RF

PRENATAL PERIOD (PRN) - Question identifier:PRN_Q13

On the days when you consumed alcohol during the second three months of this pregnancy, how many drinks did you usually have?

1. 1 or 2
2. 3 or 4
3. 5 or more
DK, RF

PRENATAL PERIOD (PRN) - Question identifier:PRN_Q14

How frequently did you consume alcohol during the last three months of your pregnancy with this child (for example, beer, wine or liquor)?

1. Never
2. Less than once a month
3. 1 to 3 times a month
4. Once a week
5. 2 or 3 times a week
6. 4 to 6 times a week
7. Everyday
DK, RF

PRENATAL PERIOD (PRN) - Question identifier:PRN_Q15

On the days when you consumed alcohol during the last three months of this pregnancy, how many drinks did you usually have?

1. 1 or 2
2. 3 or 4
3. 5 or more
DK, RF

CHILD'S BIRTH (BRT)

CHILD'S BIRTH (BRT) - Question identifier:BRT_Q16

The following are questions concerning this child's birth. Was this child born before, after or on his due date?

1. Before
2. After
3. On due date
DK, RF

CHILD'S BIRTH (BRT) - Question identifier:BRT_Q17

How many days or weeks before/after the due date was this child born?

1. Days
2. Weeks
DK, RF

CHILD'S BIRTH (BRT) - Question identifier:BRT_Q18

(How many days before/after the due date was this child born?)

Minimum: 1 Maximum: 105
DK, RF

CHILD'S BIRTH (BRT) - Question identifier:BRT_Q19

(How many weeks before/after the due date was this child born?)

Minimum: 1 Maximum: 15
DK, RF

CHILD'S BIRTH (BRT) - Question identifier:BRT_Q20

What was this child's birth weight in kilograms and grams or pounds and ounces?

1. Kilograms/grams
2. Pounds/ounces
DK, RF

CHILD'S BIRTH (BRT) - Question identifier:BRT_Q21

(What was this child's birth weight in kilograms and grams?)

Minimum: 1.00 Maximum: 7.00
DK, RF

CHILD'S BIRTH (BRT) - Question identifier:BRT_Q22

(What was this child's birth weight in pounds and ounces?)

Minimum: 2 Maximum: 15
DK, RF

CHILD'S BIRTH (BRT) - Question identifier:BRT_Q23

(What was this child's birth weight in pounds and ounces?)

Minimum: 0 Maximum: 15
DK, RF

CHILD'S BIRTH (BRT) - Question identifier:BRT_Q24

What was this child's length at birth in centimetres or inches?

1. Centimetres
2. Inches
DK, RF

CHILD'S BIRTH (BRT) - Question identifier:BRT_Q25

(What was this child's length at birth in centimetres?)

Minimum: 35 Maximum: 75
DK, RF

CHILD'S BIRTH (BRT) - Question identifier:BRT_Q26

(What was this child's length at birth in inches?)

Minimum: 13 Maximum: 30
DK, RF

CHILD'S BIRTH (BRT) - Question identifier:BRT_Q27

Was this a single birth, twins or triplets?

1. Single birth
2. Twins
3. Triplets
4. More than triplets
DK, RF

CHILD'S BIRTH (BRT) - Question identifier:BRT_Q28

Was the delivery vaginal or caesarian?

1. Vaginal
2. Caesarian
DK, RF

CHILD'S BIRTH (BRT) - Question identifier:BRT_Q29

Was this child born head first?

1. Yes
2. No
DK, RF

CHILD'S BIRTH (BRT) - Question identifier:BRT_Q30

For delivery, were forceps used?

1. Yes
2. No
DK, RF

CHILD'S BIRTH (BRT) - Question identifier:BRT_Q31

(For delivery), was vacuum extraction used?

1. Yes
2. No
DK, RF

CHILD'S BIRTH (BRT) - Question identifier:BRT_Q32

Did this child receive special medical care following his birth?

1. Yes
2. No
DK, RF

CHILD'S BIRTH (BRT) - Question identifier:BRT_Q33

What type of special medical care was received?

1. Intensive care
2. Ventilation/oxygen
3. Transfer to a specialized hospital
4. Other
DK, RF

CHILD'S BIRTH (BRT) - Question identifier:BRT_Q34

For how many days, in total, was this care received?

Minimum: 1 Maximum: 95
DK, RF

CHILD'S BIRTH (BRT) - Question identifier:BRT_Q35

In general, would you say that this child's health at birth was... ?

1. Excellent
2. Very good
3. Good
4. Fair
5. Poor
DK, RF

POSTPARTUM PERIOD (PPM)

POSTPARTUM PERIOD (PPM) - Question identifier:PPM_Q36

After this child's delivery, did his mother suffer from any of the following conditions:

... Postpartum haemorrhage?

1. Yes
2. No
DK, RF

POSTPARTUM PERIOD (PPM) - Question identifier:PPM_Q37

(After this child's delivery, did his mother suffer from:)

... Postpartum infection?

1. Yes
2. No
DK, RF

POSTPARTUM PERIOD (PPM) - Question identifier:PPM_Q38

(After this child's delivery, did his mother suffer from:)


... Postpartum hypertension?

1. Yes
2. No
DK, RF

POSTPARTUM PERIOD (PPM) - Question identifier:PPM_Q39

(After this child's delivery, did his mother suffer from:)

... Postpartum depression?

1. Yes
2. No
DK, RF

POSTPARTUM PERIOD (PPM) - Question identifier:PPM_Q40

How long did the postpartum depression last?

1. Days
2. Weeks
3. Months
DK, RF

POSTPARTUM PERIOD (PPM) - Question identifier:PPM_Q41

(How long did the postpartum depression last?)

Minimum: 1 Maximum: 995
DK, RF

POSTPARTUM PERIOD (PPM) - Question identifier:PPM_Q42

Was his mother hospitalized for special medical care for any period immediately following the birth of this child?

1. Yes
2. No
DK, RF

POSTPARTUM PERIOD (PPM) - Question identifier:PPM_Q43

For how many days (was his mother hospitalized)?

Minimum: 1 Maximum: 60
DK, RF

POSTPARTUM PERIOD (PPM) - Question identifier:PPM_R44

The following are a few questions on breast-feeding.

POSTPARTUM PERIOD (PPM) - Question identifier:PPM_Q44

Did his mother ever breast-feed this child, even if only for a short period of time?

1. Yes
2. No
DK, RF

POSTPARTUM PERIOD (PPM) - Question identifier:PPM_Q45

For how long did his mother breast-feed this child?

1. Less than 1 week
2. 1 to 2 weeks
3. 3 to 4 weeks
4. 5 to 8 weeks
5. 9 weeks to less than 12 weeks
6. 3 months (12 weeks to less than 16 weeks)
7. 4 months (16 weeks to less than 20 weeks)
8. 5 months (20 weeks to less than 24 weeks)
9. 6 months (24 weeks to less than 28 weeks)
10. 7 to 9 months
11. 10 to 12 months
12. More than 1 year
13. Currently breast-feeding
DK, RF

POSTPARTUM PERIOD (PPM) - Question identifier:PPM_Q46

What was the main reason his mother stopped breast-feeding him?

1. Not enough milk/hungry baby
2. Inconvenienced/fatigue
3. Difficulty with breast-feeding techniques
4. Sore nipples/engorged breast
5. Mother's illness
6. Planned to stop at this time
7. Baby weaned himself/herself
8. Physician told me/her to stop
9. Returned to work/school
10. Father/partner wanted me/her to stop
11. Formula feeding preferable
12. Wanted to drink alcohol
13. Other
DK, RF

PARENTAL LEAVE (PLE)

PARENTAL LEAVE (PLE) - Question identifier:PLE_R01

This section focuses on parental leave for the birth/adoption of this child.

PARENTAL LEAVE (PLE) - Question identifier:PLE_Q01

In the 12 months before this child's birth/adoption, did the mother work at a job or a business?

1. Yes
2. No
3. No contact with the mother during this period
DK, RF

PARENTAL LEAVE (PLE) - Question identifier:PLE_Q02

During her pregnancy or after this child's birth/adoption, did his mother take paid (adoption or maternity or) parental leave, including the weeks paid by the Canadian Employment Insurance program (or the Quebec Parental Insurance Plan)?

1. Yes
2. No
DK, RF

PARENTAL LEAVE (PLE) - Question identifier:PLE_Q03

How many weeks or months of paid (adoption or maternity or) parental leave did his mother take (during her pregnancy or after this child's birth)?

1. Weeks
2. Months
3. Currently on paid parental leave for this child
DK, RF

PARENTAL LEAVE (PLE) - Question identifier:PLE_Q04

(How many weeks of paid (adoption or maternity or) parental leave did his mother take (during her pregnancy or after this child's birth)?)

Minimum: 1 Maximum: 247
DK, RF

PARENTAL LEAVE (PLE) - Question identifier:PLE_Q05

(How many months of paid (adoption or maternity or) parental leave did his mother take (during her pregnancy or after this child's birth)?)

Minimum: 1 Maximum: 57
DK, RF

PARENTAL LEAVE (PLE) - Question identifier:PLE_Q06

Did his mother take unpaid (adoption or maternity or) parental leave (during her pregnancy or after this child's birth)?

1. Yes
2. No
DK, RF

PARENTAL LEAVE (PLE) - Question identifier:PLE_Q07

How many weeks or months of unpaid (adoption or maternity or) parental leave did his mother take (during her pregnancy or after this child's birth)?

1. Weeks
2. Months
3. Currently on unpaid parental leave for this child
DK, RF

PARENTAL LEAVE (PLE) - Question identifier:PLE_Q08

(How many weeks of unpaid (adoption or maternity or) parental leave did his mother take (during her pregnancy or after this child's birth)?)

Minimum: 1 Maximum: 247
DK, RF

PARENTAL LEAVE (PLE) - Question identifier:PLE_Q09

(How many months of unpaid (adoption or maternity or) parental leave did his mother take (during her pregnancy or after this child's birth)?)

Minimum: 1 Maximum: 57
DK, RF

PARENTAL LEAVE (PLE) - Question identifier:PLE_Q10

Since this child's birth/adoption, did his mother work at a job or a business?

1. Yes
2. No
DK, RF

PARENTAL LEAVE (PLE) - Question identifier:PLE_Q11

How old was this child when his mother returned to work/started working?

1. In weeks only
2. In months only
3. In years only
DK, RF

PARENTAL LEAVE (PLE) - Question identifier:PLE_Q12

(How old, in weeks, was this child when his mother returned to work/started working?)

Minimum: 1 Maximum: 207
DK, RF

PARENTAL LEAVE (PLE) - Question identifier:PLE_Q13

(How old, in months, was this child when his mother returned to work/started working?)

Minimum: 1 Maximum: 47
DK, RF

PARENTAL LEAVE (PLE) - Question identifier:PLE_Q14

(How old, in years, was this child when his mother returned to work/started working?)

Minimum: 1 Maximum: 3
DK, RF

PARENTAL LEAVE (PLE) - Question identifier:PLE_R15

The next questions are about the father's parental leave for the birth/adoption of this child.

PARENTAL LEAVE (PLE) - Question identifier:PLE_Q15

In the 12 months before this child's birth/adoption, did his father work at a job or a business?

1. Yes
2. No
3. No contact with the father during this period
DK, RF

PARENTAL LEAVE (PLE) - Question identifier:PLE_Q16

After this child's birth/adoption, did his father take paid (adoption or paternity or) parental leave, including the weeks paid by the Canadian Employment Insurance program (or the Quebec Parental Insurance Plan)?

1. Yes
2. No
DK, RF

PARENTAL LEAVE (PLE) - Question identifier:PLE_Q17

How many weeks or months of paid (adoption or paternity or) parental leave did his father take (after this child's birth/adoption)?

1. Weeks
2. Months
3. Currently on paid parental leave for this child
DK, RF

PARENTAL LEAVE (PLE) - Question identifier:PLE_Q18

(How many weeks of paid (adoption or paternity or) parental leave did his father take (after this child's birth/adoption)?)

Minimum: 1 Maximum: 207
DK, RF

PARENTAL LEAVE (PLE) - Question identifier:PLE_Q19

(How many months of paid (adoption or paternity or) parental leave did his father take (after this child's birth/adoption)?)

Minimum: 1 Maximum: 47
DK, RF

PARENTAL LEAVE (PLE) - Question identifier:PLE_Q20

Did his father take unpaid (adoption or paternity or) parental leave after this child's birth/adoption?

1. Yes
2. No
DK, RF

PARENTAL LEAVE (PLE) - Question identifier:PLE_Q21

How many weeks or months of unpaid (adoption or paternity or) parental leave did his father take (after this child's birth/adoption)?

1. Weeks
2. Months
3. Currently on unpaid parental leave for this child
DK, RF

PARENTAL LEAVE (PLE) - Question identifier:PLE_Q22

(How many weeks of unpaid (adoption or paternity or) parental leave did his father take (after this child's birth/adoption)?)

Minimum: 1 Maximum: 207
DK, RF

PARENTAL LEAVE (PLE) - Question identifier:PLE_Q23

(How many months of unpaid (adoption or paternity or) parental leave did his father take (after this child's birth/adoption)?)

Minimum: 1 Maximum: 47
DK, RF

PARENTAL LEAVE (PLE) - Question identifier:PLE_Q24

Since this child's birth/adoption, did his father work at a job or a business?

1. Yes
2. No
DK, RF

PARENTAL LEAVE (PLE) - Question identifier:PLE_Q25

How old was this child when his father returned to work/started working?

1. In weeks only
2. In months only
3. In years only
DK, RF

PARENTAL LEAVE (PLE) - Question identifier:PLE_Q26

(How old, in weeks, was this child when his father returned to work/started working?)

Minimum: 1 Maximum: 207
DK, RF

PARENTAL LEAVE (PLE) - Question identifier:PLE_Q27

(How old, in months, was this child when his father returned to work/started working?)

Minimum: 1 Maximum: 47
DK, RF

PARENTAL LEAVE (PLE) - Question identifier:PLE_Q28

(How old, in years, was this child when his father returned to work/started working?)

Minimum: 1 Maximum: 3
DK, RF

DEVELOPMENTAL MILESTONES (MIL)

DEVELOPMENTAL MILESTONES (MIL) - Question identifier:MIL_R01

The next questions ask at what age your child started to do certain things. If you do not know the exact age, in months, your best estimate is fine.

DEVELOPMENTAL MILESTONES (MIL) - Question identifier:MIL_Q01

At what age (in months) did this child first sit himself up?

Minimum: 0 Maximum: 35
DK, RF

DEVELOPMENTAL MILESTONES (MIL) - Question identifier:MIL_Q02

At what age (in months) did this child start eating solid food?

Minimum: 0 Maximum: 35
DK, RF

DEVELOPMENTAL MILESTONES (MIL) - Question identifier:MIL_Q03

At what age (in months) did this child start feeding himself by picking up small pieces of food with his fingers and putting them in his mouth?

Minimum: 0 Maximum: 35
DK, RF

DEVELOPMENTAL MILESTONES (MIL) - Question identifier:MIL_Q04

At what age (in months) did this child take his first steps?

Minimum: 0 Maximum: 35
DK, RF

DEVELOPMENTAL MILESTONES (MIL) - Question identifier:MIL_Q05

At what age (in months) did this child start saying his first words? By "word", I mean a sound or sounds a baby says consistently to mean someone or something such as "baba" for "bottle".

Minimum: 0 Maximum: 35
DK, RF

TEMPERAMENT (TMP)

TEMPERAMENT (TMP) - Question identifier:TMP_R01

The following questions are about how this child behaves. Please answer them for him in comparison to other children.

TEMPERAMENT (TMP) - Question identifier:TMP_Q01

On a scale of 1 to 7, 1 being "very easy" and 7 being "difficult", how easy or difficult is it for you to calm or soothe this child when he is upset?

1. Very easy
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7. Difficult
DK, RF

TEMPERAMENT (TMP) - Question identifier:TMP_Q02

How many times per day, on average, does this child get fussy and irritable for either short or long periods of time?

1. Never
2. 1 or 2 times per day
3. 3 or 4 times per day
4. 5 or 6 times per day
5. 7 to 9 times per day
6. 10 to 14 times per day
7. 15 times per day or more
DK, RF

TEMPERAMENT (TMP) - Question identifier:TMP_Q03

On a scale of 1 to 7, 1 being "very little" and 7 being "a lot", how much does he cry or fuss in general?

1. Very little, much less than the average child
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7. A lot, much more than the average child
DK, RF

TEMPERAMENT (TMP) - Question identifier:TMP_Q04

On a scale of 1 to 7, 1 being "very hard to upset" and 7 being "very easily upset", how easily does he get upset?

1. Very hard to upset, even by things that upset most children
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7. Very easily upset by things that wouldn't bother most children
DK, RF

TEMPERAMENT (TMP) - Question identifier:TMP_Q05

On a scale of 1 to 7, 1 being "very mild intensity or loudness" and 7 being "very loud or intense", when he gets upset, how vigorously or loudly does he cry and fuss?

1. Very mild intensity or loudness
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7. Very loud or intense
DK, RF

TEMPERAMENT (TMP) - Question identifier:TMP_Q06

On a scale of 1 to 7, 1 being "a great deal" and 7 being "very little", how much does he smile and make happy sounds?

1. A great deal, much more than most children
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7. Very little, much less than most children
DK, RF

TEMPERAMENT (TMP) - Question identifier:TMP_Q07

On a scale of 1 to 7, 1 being "very happy and cheerful" and 7 being "serious", what kind of mood is he generally in?

1. Very happy and cheerful
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7. Serious
DK, RF

TEMPERAMENT (TMP) - Question identifier:TMP_Q08

On a scale of 1 to 7, 1 being "very favourably" and 7 being "very unfavourably", how does he respond to disruptions and changes in everyday routine, such as when you go to church, a meeting or on trips?

1. Very favourably, doesn't get upset
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7. Very unfavourably, gets quite upset
DK, RF

TEMPERAMENT (TMP) - Question identifier:TMP_Q09

On a scale of 1 to 7, 1 being "changes seldom and changes slowly when he does change" and 7 being "changes often and rapidly", how changeable is this child's mood?

1. Changes seldom and changes slowly when he does change
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7. Changes often and rapidly
DK, RF

TEMPERAMENT (TMP) - Question identifier:TMP_Q10

On a scale of 1 to 7, 1 being "very little" and 7 being "a lot", on average, how much attention does he require, other than for caregiving, such as feeding, bathing, diaper changes?

1. Very little, much less than the average child
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7. A lot, much more than the average child
DK, RF

TEMPERAMENT (TMP) - Question identifier:TMP_Q11

On a scale of 1 to 7, 1 being "almost always" and 7 being "almost never", when left alone, does he play well by himself?

1. Almost always
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7. Almost never, won't play by himself
DK, RF

TEMPERAMENT (TMP) - Question identifier:TMP_Q12

On a scale of 1 to 7, 1 being "always responds favourably" and 7 being "always responds negatively or fearfully", how does this child typically respond to new playthings?

1. Always responds favourably
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7. Always responds negatively or fearfully
DK, RF

TEMPERAMENT (TMP) - Question identifier:TMP_Q13

On a scale of 1 to 7, 1 being "almost always responds favourably" and 7 being "almost always responds negatively at first", how does he typically respond to a new person?

1. Almost always responds favourably
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7. Almost always responds negatively at first
DK, RF

TEMPERAMENT (TMP) - Question identifier:TMP_Q14

On a scale of 1 to 7, 1 being "almost always responds favourably" and 7 being "almost always responds negatively at first", how does he typically respond to being in a new place?

1. Almost always responds favourably
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7. Almost always responds negatively at first
DK, RF

TEMPERAMENT (TMP) - Question identifier:TMP_Q15

On a scale of 1 to 7, 1 being "very well, always likes it eventually" and 7 being "almost always dislikes it in the end", how well does he adapt to new experiences, such as new playthings, new foods, new people?

1. Very well, always likes it eventually
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7. Almost always dislikes it in the end
DK, RF

TEMPERAMENT (TMP) - Question identifier:TMP_Q16

On a scale of 1 to 7, 1 being "very easy" and 7 being "very difficult", please rate the overall degree of difficulty this child would present for the average parent.

1. Very easy
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7. Very difficult
DK, RF

LITERACY AND LEARNING ACTIVITIES (LIT)

LITERACY AND LEARNING ACTIVITIES (LIT) - Question identifier:LIT_R01

The following are some questions about reading and other activities you may do with this child.

LITERACY AND LEARNING ACTIVITIES (LIT) - Question identifier:LIT_Q01

How often do you (or your spouse) get a chance to do the following with this child:

... play action games such as peek-a-boo or patty cake?

1. Rarely or never
2. A few times a month
3. Once a week
4. A few times a week
5. Daily
DK, RF

LITERACY AND LEARNING ACTIVITIES (LIT) - Question identifier:LIT_Q02

(How often do you (or your spouse) get a chance to:)

... take him shopping or on errands?

1. Rarely or never
2. A few times a month
3. Once a week
4. A few times a week
5. Daily
DK, RF

LITERACY AND LEARNING ACTIVITIES (LIT) - Question identifier:LIT_Q03

(How often do you (or your spouse) get a chance to:)

... read stories to this child?

1. Rarely or never
2. A few times a month
3. Once a week
4. A few times a week
5. Daily
DK, RF

LITERACY AND LEARNING ACTIVITIES (LIT) - Question identifier:LIT_Q04

(How often do you (or your spouse) get a chance to:)

... show pictures or wordless baby books to this child?

1. Rarely or never
2. A few times a month
3. Once a week
4. A few times a week
5. Daily
DK, RF

LITERACY AND LEARNING ACTIVITIES (LIT) - Question identifier:LIT_Q05

(How often do you (or your spouse) get a chance to:)

... teach him new words?

1. Rarely or never
2. A few times a month
3. Once a week
4. A few times a week
5. Daily
DK, RF

LITERACY AND LEARNING ACTIVITIES (LIT) - Question identifier:LIT_Q06

How often do you (or your spouse) get a chance to:

... tell stories to him?

1. Rarely or never
2. A few times a month
3. Once a week
4. A few times a week
5. Daily
DK, RF

LITERACY AND LEARNING ACTIVITIES (LIT) - Question identifier:LIT_Q07

(How often do you (or your spouse) get a chance to:)

... sing songs, including action songs, with this child?

1. Rarely or never
2. A few times a month
3. Once a week
4. A few times a week
5. Daily
DK, RF

LITERACY AND LEARNING ACTIVITIES (LIT) - Question identifier:LIT_Q08

(How often do you (or your spouse) get a chance to:)

... take him outside for a walk or to play in the yard, park, or playground?

1. Rarely or never
2. A few times a month
3. Once a week
4. A few times a week
5. Daily
DK, RF

LITERACY AND LEARNING ACTIVITIES (LIT) - Question identifier:LIT_Q09

(How often do you (or your spouse) get a chance to:)

... teach him to read words?

1. Rarely or never
2. A few times a month
3. Once a week
4. A few times a week
5. Daily
DK, RF

LITERACY AND LEARNING ACTIVITIES (LIT) - Question identifier:LIT_Q10

How often do you (or your spouse) get a chance to:

... read aloud to him?

1. Rarely or never
2. A few times a month
3. Once a week
4. A few times a week
5. Daily
DK, RF

LITERACY AND LEARNING ACTIVITIES (LIT) - Question identifier:LIT_Q11

(How often do you (or your spouse) get a chance to:)

... listen to him read or try to read?

1. Rarely or never
2. A few times a month
3. Once a week
4. A few times a week
5. Daily
DK, RF

LITERACY AND LEARNING ACTIVITIES (LIT) - Question identifier:LIT_Q12

(How often do you (or your spouse) get a chance to:)

... teach him to name printed letters and/or numbers?

1. Rarely or never
2. A few times a month
3. Once a week
4. A few times a week
5. Daily
DK, RF

LITERACY AND LEARNING ACTIVITIES (LIT) - Question identifier:LIT_Q13

(How often do you (or your spouse) get a chance to:)

... encourage him to use numbers in day to day activities, for example, counting the cookies on a plate?

1. Rarely or never
2. A few times a month
3. Once a week
4. A few times a week
5. Daily
DK, RF

LITERACY AND LEARNING ACTIVITIES (LIT) - Question identifier:LIT_Q14

Does another adult do any of these activities with this child?

1. Yes
2. No
DK, RF

LITERACY AND LEARNING ACTIVITIES (LIT) - Question identifier:LIT_Q15

How many months old was this child when you (or your spouse) started to read to him or show picture books on a regular basis?

Minimum: 0 Maximum: 95
DK, RF

LITERACY AND LEARNING ACTIVITIES (LIT) - Question identifier:LIT_Q16

At home, how often does this child do these activities:

... look at books, magazines, comics, etc. or read or try to read them on his own?

1. Rarely or never
2. A few times a month
3. Once a week
4. A few times a week
5. Daily
DK, RF

LITERACY AND LEARNING ACTIVITIES (LIT) - Question identifier:LIT_Q17

(At home, how often does this child do these activities:)

... do puzzles?

1. Rarely or never
2. A few times a month
3. Once a week
4. A few times a week
5. Daily
DK, RF

LITERACY AND LEARNING ACTIVITIES (LIT) - Question identifier:LIT_Q18

(At home, how often does this child do these activities:)

... play with pencils or markers doing real or pretend writing?

1. Rarely or never
2. A few times a month
3. Once a week
4. A few times a week
5. Daily
DK, RF

LITERACY AND LEARNING ACTIVITIES (LIT) - Question identifier:LIT_Q19

How often does this child talk about a book with family or friends?

1. Rarely or never
2. A few times a month
3. Once a week
4. A few times a week
5. Daily
DK, RF

LITERACY AND LEARNING ACTIVITIES (LIT) - Question identifier:LIT_Q20

How often does this child go to the library or bookmobile, including the school library?

1. Rarely or never
2. A few times a month
3. Once a week
4. A few times a week
5. Daily
DK, RF

COMMUNICATION (COM)

COMMUNICATION (COM) - Question identifier:COM_R01

The next set of questions is about how this child communicates. For each of the following questions, please tell me if this child is never, sometimes, or often able to communicate as follows.

COMMUNICATION (COM) - Question identifier:COM_Q01

When he is paying attention, how often is this child able to carry out a simple instruction after hearing it only once?

1. Never
2. Sometimes
3. Often
DK, RF

COMMUNICATION (COM) - Question identifier:COM_Q02

If this child does not understand what someone has said, how often will he ask for it to be repeated or explained?

1. Never
2. Sometimes
3. Often
DK, RF

COMMUNICATION (COM) - Question identifier:COM_Q03

How often does this child follow what is being talked about in a conversation and stay on the same topic?

1. Never
2. Sometimes
3. Often
DK, RF

COMMUNICATION (COM) - Question identifier:COM_Q04

How often can this child be relied on to pass simple messages from one person to another without getting the message mixed up?

1. Never
2. Sometimes
3. Often
DK, RF

COMMUNICATION (COM) - Question identifier:COM_Q05

How often does this child clearly explain things he has seen or done so that you get a very good idea what happened?

1. Never
2. Sometimes
3. Often
DK, RF

COMMUNICATION (COM) - Question identifier:COM_Q06

How often is this child's speech easily understood, even by people who haven't met him before?

1. Never
2. Sometimes
3. Often
DK, RF

ACTIVITIES (ACT)

ACTIVITIES (ACT) - Question identifier:ACT_R01

The next few questions are about this child's interests and activities.

ACTIVITIES (ACT) - Question identifier:ACT_Q01

Does this child attend any of the following programs or activities?

1. Nursery school or Preschool
2. Play group
3. Drop-in centre
4. Parent and child lessons or programs
5. Library storytime or other reading program or book club
6. Infant stimulation programs (for example, "baby and me" Yoga classes or infant massage programs)
7. None
DK, RF

ACTIVITIES (ACT) - Question identifier:ACT_Q02

For about how many hours a week does he attend these activities in total?

Minimum: 1 Maximum: 30
DK, RF

ACTIVITIES (ACT) - Question identifier:ACT_Q03

In the past 12 months, outside of school hours, how often has this child:

... taken part in sports with a coach or instructor, except dance, gymnastics or martial arts?

1. Most days
2. A few times a week
3. About once a week
4. About once a month
5. Almost never
DK, RF

ACTIVITIES (ACT) - Question identifier:ACT_Q04

(In the past 12 months, outside of school hours, how often has this child:)

... taken lessons or instruction in other organized physical activities with a coach or instructor such as dance, gymnastics or martial arts?

1. Most days
2. A few times a week
3. About once a week
4. About once a month
5. Almost never
DK, RF

ACTIVITIES (ACT) - Question identifier:ACT_Q05

(In the past 12 months, outside of school hours, how often has this child:)

... taken part in unorganized sports or physical activities without a coach or instructor?

1. Most days
2. A few times a week
3. About once a week
4. About once a month
5. Almost never
DK, RF

ACTIVITIES (ACT) - Question identifier:ACT_Q06

Thinking of the sport or physical activity that this child does the most often, how long does he usually spend being active in one session? This may be an activity with or without a coach or instructor.

1. 1 to 15 minutes
2. 16 to 30 minutes
3. 31 to 60 minutes
4. More than 1 hour
DK, RF

ACTIVITIES (ACT) - Question identifier:ACT_Q07

In the past 12 months, outside of school hours, how often has this child:

... taken lessons or instruction in music, art or other non-sport activities?

1. Most days
2. A few times a week
3. About once a week
4. About once a month
5. Almost never
DK, RF

ACTIVITIES (ACT) - Question identifier:ACT_Q08

(In the past 12 months, outside of school hours, how often has this child:)

... taken part in any clubs, groups or community programs with leadership, such as Beavers, Sparks, Brownies, Cubs, or church groups?

1. Most days
2. A few times a week
3. About once a week
4. About once a month
5. Almost never
DK, RF

ACTIVITIES (ACT) - Question identifier:ACT_Q09

Does this child use a computer... ?

1. At home
2. At school or at child care
3. Somewhere else
4. Doesn't use a computer
DK, RF

ACTIVITIES (ACT) - Question identifier:ACT_Q10

Outside of school hours, on average, how much time per day does he spend on a computer, playing games, including educational games, e-mailing, surfing the Internet, etc.?

1. Less than 15 minutes
2. 15 minutes to less than 30 minutes
3. 30 minutes to less than 1 hour
4. 1 hour or more
DK, RF

ACTIVITIES (ACT) - Question identifier:ACT_Q11

Is there a computer in your home?

1. Yes
2. No
DK, RF

ACTIVITIES (ACT) - Question identifier:ACT_Q12

On average, how much time per day does he watch T.V., videos or DVDs or play video games?

1. None
2. Less than 30 minutes
3. 30 minutes to less than 1 hour
4. 1 hour to less than 2 hours
5. 2 hours to less than 3 hours
6. 3 hours or more
DK, RF

ACTIVITIES (ACT) - Question identifier:ACT_Q13

How often does this child read for pleasure?

1. Most days
2. A few times a week
3. About once a week
4. About once a month
5. Almost never
DK, RF

ACTIVITIES (ACT) - Question identifier:ACT_Q14

How often does he play alone, for example, playing with toys, doing a craft or hobby or playing ball?

1. Often
2. Sometimes
3. Seldom
4. Never
DK, RF

ACTIVITIES (ACT) - Question identifier:ACT_R15

The next questions are about this child's activities last summer.

ACTIVITIES (ACT) - Question identifier:ACT_Q15

Did this child attend an overnight camp last summer?

1. Yes
2. No
DK, RF

ACTIVITIES (ACT) - Question identifier:ACT_Q16

For how many days (did this child attend an overnight camp)?

Minimum: 1 Maximum: 50
DK, RF

ACTIVITIES (ACT) - Question identifier:ACT_Q17

Last summer, did this child attend a day camp or recreational or skill-building activity that ran for half days or full days, for example, a music program, a reading program or an athletic program?

1. Yes
2. No
DK, RF

ACTIVITIES (ACT) - Question identifier:ACT_Q18

For how many days (did this child attend a day camp or recreational or skill-building activity)?

Minimum: 1 Maximum: 50
DK, RF

ACTIVITIES (ACT) - Question identifier:ACT_R19

Now, I'd like to ask you about the time this child spends with you (and your spouse), including times when others are present. (I will ask you first about time spent mostly with you, then about time spent mostly with your spouse)

ACTIVITIES (ACT) - Question identifier:ACT_Q19

How many days a week do you and this child:

... eat together?

1. Every day
2. 5 to 6 days per week
3. 3 to 4 days per week
4. 1 to 2 days per week
5. 1 to 2 times per month
6. Rarely or never
DK, RF

ACTIVITIES (ACT) - Question identifier:ACT_Q20

(How many days a week do you and this child: )

... play sports, cards or games together?

1. Every day
2. 5 to 6 days per week
3. 3 to 4 days per week
4. 1 to 2 days per week
5. 1 to 2 times per month
6. Rarely or never
DK, RF

ACTIVITIES (ACT) - Question identifier:ACT_Q21

(How many days a week do you and this child:)

... talk about things together?

1. Every day
2. 5 to 6 days per week
3. 3 to 4 days per week
4. 1 to 2 days per week
5. 1 to 2 times per month
6. Rarely or never
DK, RF

ACTIVITIES (ACT) - Question identifier:ACT_Q22

(How many days a week do you and this child: )

... do a project or chores together?

1. Every day
2. 5 to 6 days per week
3. 3 to 4 days per week
4. 1 to 2 days per week
5. 1 to 2 times per month
6. Rarely or never
DK, RF

ACTIVITIES (ACT) - Question identifier:ACT_Q23

(How many days a week do you and this child :)

... go on an outing together?

1. Every day
2. 5 to 6 days per week
3. 3 to 4 days per week
4. 1 to 2 days per week
5. 1 to 2 times per month
6. Rarely or never
DK, RF

ACTIVITIES (ACT) - Question identifier:ACT_Q24

How many days a week do your spouse and this child :

... eat together?

1. Every day
2. 5 to 6 days per week
3. 3 to 4 days per week
4. 1 to 2 days per week
5. 1 to 2 times per month
6. Rarely or never
DK, RF

ACTIVITIES (ACT) - Question identifier:ACT_Q25

(How many days a week do your spouse and this child :)

... play sports, cards or games together?

1. Every day
2. 5 to 6 days per week
3. 3 to 4 days per week
4. 1 to 2 days per week
5. 1 to 2 times per month
6. Rarely or never
DK, RF

ACTIVITIES (ACT) - Question identifier:ACT_Q26

(How many days a week do your spouse and this child :)

... talk about things together?

1. Every day
2. 5 to 6 days per week
3. 3 to 4 days per week
4. 1 to 2 days per week
5. 1 to 2 times per month
6. Rarely or never
DK, RF

ACTIVITIES (ACT) - Question identifier:ACT_Q27

(How many days a week do your spouse and this child :)

... do a project or chores together?

1. Every day
2. 5 to 6 days per week
3. 3 to 4 days per week
4. 1 to 2 days per week
5. 1 to 2 times per month
6. Rarely or never
DK, RF

ACTIVITIES (ACT) - Question identifier:ACT_Q28

(How many days a week do your spouse and this child :)

... go on an outing together?

1. Every day
2. 5 to 6 days per week
3. 3 to 4 days per week
4. 1 to 2 days per week
5. 1 to 2 times per month
6. Rarely or never
DK, RF

BEHAVIOUR (BEH)

BEHAVIOUR (BEH) - Question identifier:BEH_Q01

The following are a few examples of how infants react to new foods (orange juice, apple purée, porridge, vegetables, etc.). Which of the following is the best approximation of how this child reacts?

1. He swallows everything without complaining
2. The first time he made faces or spit out the food, but after a few tries, he got used to it
3. The same reaction after several attempts, he continued to refuse most of the new foods
DK, RF

BEHAVIOUR (BEH) - Question identifier:BEH_R02

Now, I'd like to ask you questions about how this child seems to feel or act.

BEHAVIOUR (BEH) - Question identifier:BEH_Q03

Using the answers never or not true, sometimes or somewhat true, or often or very true, how often would you say that this child:

... shows sympathy to someone who has made a mistake?

1. Never or not true
2. Sometimes or somewhat true
3. Often or very true
DK, RF

BEHAVIOUR (BEH) - Question identifier:BEH_Q04

Using the answers never or not true, sometimes or somewhat true, or often or very true, how often would you say that this child:

... can't sit still or is restless?

1. Never or not true
2. Sometimes or somewhat true
3. Often or very true
DK, RF

BEHAVIOUR (BEH) - Question identifier:BEH_Q05

(Using the answers never or not true, sometimes or somewhat true, or often or very true, how often would you say that this child:)

... destroys his own things?

1. Never or not true
2. Sometimes or somewhat true
3. Often or very true
DK, RF

BEHAVIOUR (BEH) - Question identifier:BEH_Q06

(Using the answers never or not true, sometimes or somewhat true, or often or very true, how often would you say that this child:)

... will try to help someone who has been hurt?

1. Never or not true
2. Sometimes or somewhat true
3. Often or very true
DK, RF

BEHAVIOUR (BEH) - Question identifier:BEH_Q07

(How often would you say that this child:)

... steals at home?

1. Never or not true
2. Sometimes or somewhat true
3. Often or very true
DK, RF

BEHAVIOUR (BEH) - Question identifier:BEH_Q08

(Using the answers never or not true, sometimes or somewhat true, or often or very true, how often would you say that this child:)

... is defiant?

1. Never or not true
2. Sometimes or somewhat true
3. Often or very true
DK, RF

BEHAVIOUR (BEH) - Question identifier:BEH_Q09

(How often would you say that this child:)

... seems to be unhappy or sad?

1. Never or not true
2. Sometimes or somewhat true
3. Often or very true
DK, RF

BEHAVIOUR (BEH) - Question identifier:BEH_Q10

(How often would you say that this child:)

... gets into many fights?

1. Never or not true
2. Sometimes or somewhat true
3. Often or very true
DK, RF

BEHAVIOUR (BEH) - Question identifier:BEH_Q11

(How often would you say that this child:)

... volunteers to help clear up a mess someone else has made?

1. Never or not true
2. Sometimes or somewhat true
3. Often or very true
DK, RF

BEHAVIOUR (BEH) - Question identifier:BEH_Q12

(How often would you say that this child:)

... is easily distracted, has trouble sticking to any activity?

1. Never or not true
2. Sometimes or somewhat true
3. Often or very true
DK, RF

BEHAVIOUR (BEH) - Question identifier:BEH_Q13

(How often would you say that this child:)

... when mad at someone, tries to get others to dislike that person?

1. Never or not true
2. Sometimes or somewhat true
3. Often or very true
DK, RF

BEHAVIOUR (BEH) - Question identifier:BEH_Q14

(How often would you say that this child:)

... doesn't seem to feel guilty after misbehaving?

1. Never or not true
2. Sometimes or somewhat true
3. Often or very true
DK, RF

BEHAVIOUR (BEH) - Question identifier:BEH_Q15

(How often would you say that this child:)

... is not as happy as other children?

1. Never or not true
2. Sometimes or somewhat true
3. Often or very true
DK, RF

BEHAVIOUR (BEH) - Question identifier:BEH_Q16

(How often would you say that this child:)

... destroys things belonging to his family, or other children?

1. Never or not true
2. Sometimes or somewhat true
3. Often or very true
DK, RF

BEHAVIOUR (BEH) - Question identifier:BEH_Q17

(How often would you say that this child:)

... if there is a quarrel or dispute, will try to stop it?

1. Never or not true
2. Sometimes or somewhat true
3. Often or very true
DK, RF

BEHAVIOUR (BEH) - Question identifier:BEH_Q18

(How often would you say that this child:)

... can't concentrate, can't pay attention for long?

1. Never or not true
2. Sometimes or somewhat true
3. Often or very true
DK, RF

BEHAVIOUR (BEH) - Question identifier:BEH_Q19

(How often would you say that this child:)

... is too fearful or nervous?

1. Never or not true
2. Sometimes or somewhat true
3. Often or very true
DK, RF

BEHAVIOUR (BEH) - Question identifier:BEH_Q20

(How often would you say that this child:)

... when mad at someone, becomes friends with another as revenge?

1. Never or not true
2. Sometimes or somewhat true
3. Often or very true
DK, RF

BEHAVIOUR (BEH) - Question identifier:BEH_Q21

(How often would you say that this child:)

... punishment doesn't change his behaviour?

1. Never or not true
2. Sometimes or somewhat true
3. Often or very true
DK, RF

BEHAVIOUR (BEH) - Question identifier:BEH_Q22

(How often would you say that this child:)

... is impulsive, acts without thinking?

1. Never or not true
2. Sometimes or somewhat true
3. Often or very true
DK, RF

BEHAVIOUR (BEH) - Question identifier:BEH_Q23

(How often would you say that this child:)

... tells lies or cheats?

1. Never or not true
2. Sometimes or somewhat true
3. Often or very true
DK, RF

BEHAVIOUR (BEH) - Question identifier:BEH_Q24

(How often would you say that this child:)

... has temper tantrums or hot temper?

1. Never or not true
2. Sometimes or somewhat true
3. Often or very true
DK, RF

BEHAVIOUR (BEH) - Question identifier:BEH_Q25

(How often would you say that this child:)

... offers to help other children (friends, brother or sister) who are having difficulty with a task?

1. Never or not true
2. Sometimes or somewhat true
3. Often or very true
DK, RF

BEHAVIOUR (BEH) - Question identifier:BEH_Q26

(How often would you say that this child:)

... is worried?

1. Never or not true
2. Sometimes or somewhat true
3. Often or very true
DK, RF

BEHAVIOUR (BEH) - Question identifier:BEH_Q27

(How often would you say that this child:)

... has difficulty waiting for his turn in games or groups?

1. Never or not true
2. Sometimes or somewhat true
3. Often or very true
DK, RF

BEHAVIOUR (BEH) - Question identifier:BEH_Q28

(How often would you say that this child:)

... when somebody accidentally hurts him, he reacts with anger and fighting?

1. Never or not true
2. Sometimes or somewhat true
3. Often or very true
DK, RF

BEHAVIOUR (BEH) - Question identifier:BEH_Q29

(How often would you say that this child:)

... when mad at someone, says bad things behind the other's back?

1. Never or not true
2. Sometimes or somewhat true
3. Often or very true
DK, RF

BEHAVIOUR (BEH) - Question identifier:BEH_Q30

(How often would you say that this child:)

... has angry moods?

1. Never or not true
2. Sometimes or somewhat true
3. Often or very true
DK, RF

BEHAVIOUR (BEH) - Question identifier:BEH_Q31

(How often would you say that this child:)

... physically attacks people?

1. Never or not true
2. Sometimes or somewhat true
3. Often or very true
DK, RF

BEHAVIOUR (BEH) - Question identifier:BEH_Q32

(How often would you say that this child:)

... comforts a child (friend, brother, or sister) who is crying or upset?

1. Never or not true
2. Sometimes or somewhat true
3. Often or very true
DK, RF

BEHAVIOUR (BEH) - Question identifier:BEH_Q33

(How often would you say that this child:)

... cries a lot?

1. Never or not true
2. Sometimes or somewhat true
3. Often or very true
DK, RF

BEHAVIOUR (BEH) - Question identifier:BEH_Q34

(How often would you say that this child:)

... vandalizes?

1. Never or not true
2. Sometimes or somewhat true
3. Often or very true
DK, RF

BEHAVIOUR (BEH) - Question identifier:BEH_Q35

(How often would you say that this child:)

... clings to adults or is too dependent?

1. Never or not true
2. Sometimes or somewhat true
3. Often or very true
DK, RF

BEHAVIOUR (BEH) - Question identifier:BEH_Q36

(How often would you say that this child:)

... threatens people?

1. Never or not true
2. Sometimes or somewhat true
3. Often or very true
DK, RF

BEHAVIOUR (BEH) - Question identifier:BEH_Q37

(How often would you say that this child:)

... spontaneously helps to pick up objects that somebody has dropped?

1. Never or not true
2. Sometimes or somewhat true
3. Often or very true
DK, RF

BEHAVIOUR (BEH) - Question identifier:BEH_Q38

(How often would you say that this child:)

... bullies or is mean to others?

1. Never or not true
2. Sometimes or somewhat true
3. Often or very true
DK, RF

BEHAVIOUR (BEH) - Question identifier:BEH_Q39

(How often would you say that this child:)

... when mad at someone, says to others: let's not be with him/her?

1. Never or not true
2. Sometimes or somewhat true
3. Often or very true
DK, RF

BEHAVIOUR (BEH) - Question identifier:BEH_Q40

(How often would you say that this child:)

... constantly seeks help?

1. Never or not true
2. Sometimes or somewhat true
3. Often or very true
DK, RF

BEHAVIOUR (BEH) - Question identifier:BEH_Q41

(How often would you say that this child:)

... is nervous, high-strung or tense?

1. Never or not true
2. Sometimes or somewhat true
3. Often or very true
DK, RF

BEHAVIOUR (BEH) - Question identifier:BEH_Q42

(How often would you say that this child:)

... kicks, bites or hits other children?

1. Never or not true
2. Sometimes or somewhat true
3. Often or very true
DK, RF

BEHAVIOUR (BEH) - Question identifier:BEH_Q43

(How often would you say that this child:)

... will invite others to join in a game?

1. Never or not true
2. Sometimes or somewhat true
3. Often or very true
DK, RF

BEHAVIOUR (BEH) - Question identifier:BEH_Q44

(How often would you say that this child:)

... steals outside his home?

1. Never or not true
2. Sometimes or somewhat true
3. Often or very true
DK, RF

BEHAVIOUR (BEH) - Question identifier:BEH_Q45

(How often would you say that this child:)

... doesn't want to sleep alone?

1. Never or not true
2. Sometimes or somewhat true
3. Often or very true
DK, RF

BEHAVIOUR (BEH) - Question identifier:BEH_Q46

(How often would you say that this child:)

... is inattentive?

1. Never or not true
2. Sometimes or somewhat true
3. Often or very true
DK, RF

BEHAVIOUR (BEH) - Question identifier:BEH_Q47

(How often would you say that this child:)

... cannot settle on anything for more than a few moments?

1. Never or not true
2. Sometimes or somewhat true
3. Often or very true
DK, RF

BEHAVIOUR (BEH) - Question identifier:BEH_Q48

(How often would you say that this child:)

... has trouble enjoying himself?

1. Never or not true
2. Sometimes or somewhat true
3. Often or very true
DK, RF

BEHAVIOUR (BEH) - Question identifier:BEH_Q49

(How often would you say that this child:)

... helps other children (friends, brother or sister) who are feeling sick?

1. Never or not true
2. Sometimes or somewhat true
3. Often or very true
DK, RF

BEHAVIOUR (BEH) - Question identifier:BEH_Q50

(How often would you say that this child:)

... when mad at someone, tells that person's secrets to a third person?

1. Never or not true
2. Sometimes or somewhat true
3. Often or very true
DK, RF

BEHAVIOUR (BEH) - Question identifier:BEH_Q51

(How often would you say that this child:)

... gets too upset when separated from parents?

1. Never or not true
2. Sometimes or somewhat true
3. Often or very true
DK, RF

BEHAVIOUR (BEH) - Question identifier:BEH_Q52

(How often would you say that this child:)

... helps those who do not do as well as he does?

1. Never or not true
2. Sometimes or somewhat true
3. Often or very true
DK, RF

POSITIVE BEHAVIOUR (PBE)

POSITIVE BEHAVIOUR (PBE) - Question identifier:PBE_R01

For the next set of questions, please think about this child's behaviour over the past month or two. Some behaviours may apply more to older children, but please answer as accurately as you can and tell me if this child never, sometimes or often does the behaviour described.

POSITIVE BEHAVIOUR (PBE) - Question identifier:PBE_Q01

How often does this child:

... play cooperatively with other children?

1. Never
2. Sometimes
3. Often
DK, RF

POSITIVE BEHAVIOUR (PBE) - Question identifier:PBE_Q02

(How often does this child:)

... try to help someone who has been hurt?

1. Never
2. Sometimes
3. Often
DK, RF

POSITIVE BEHAVIOUR (PBE) - Question identifier:PBE_Q03

(How often does this child:)

... comfort another child who is crying or upset?

1. Never
2. Sometimes
3. Often
DK, RF

POSITIVE BEHAVIOUR (PBE) - Question identifier:PBE_Q04

(How often does this child:)

... ask questions or take things apart to find out how they work?

1. Never
2. Sometimes
3. Often
DK, RF

POSITIVE BEHAVIOUR (PBE) - Question identifier:PBE_Q05

(How often does this child:)

... get excited about new books, toys or experiences?

1. Never
2. Sometimes
3. Often
DK, RF

POSITIVE BEHAVIOUR (PBE) - Question identifier:PBE_Q06

(How often does this child:)

... keep his temper?

1. Never
2. Sometimes
3. Often
DK, RF

POSITIVE BEHAVIOUR (PBE) - Question identifier:PBE_Q07

(How often does this child:)

... listen well and pay attention?

1. Never
2. Sometimes
3. Often
DK, RF

POSITIVE BEHAVIOUR (PBE) - Question identifier:PBE_Q08

(How often does this child:)

... show self-control?

1. Never
2. Sometimes
3. Often
DK, RF

POSITIVE BEHAVIOUR (PBE) - Question identifier:PBE_Q09

(How often does this child:)

... finish things he starts?

1. Never
2. Sometimes
3. Often
DK, RF

POSITIVE BEHAVIOUR (PBE) - Question identifier:PBE_Q10

(How often does this child:)

... persist with solving a problem, even when things go wrong for a while?

1. Never
2. Sometimes
3. Often
DK, RF

POSITIVE BEHAVIOUR (PBE) - Question identifier:PBE_Q11

(How often does this child:)

... make an effort to do something, even if you doesn't feel confident about it?

1. Never
2. Sometimes
3. Often
DK, RF

POSITIVE BEHAVIOUR (PBE) - Question identifier:PBE_Q12

(How often does this child:)

... clearly convey his needs?

1. Never
2. Sometimes
3. Often
DK, RF

POSITIVE BEHAVIOUR (PBE) - Question identifier:PBE_Q13

(How often does this child:)

... show independence while dressing?

1. Never
2. Sometimes
3. Often
DK, RF

POSITIVE BEHAVIOUR (PBE) - Question identifier:PBE_Q14

(How often does this child:)

... show independence with washing and toileting?

1. Never
2. Sometimes
3. Often
DK, RF

SLEEP (SLP)

SLEEP (SLP) - Question identifier:SLP_R01

Now I'd like to ask about this child's sleeping habits.

SLEEP (SLP) - Question identifier:SLP_Q01

In general, how long does it take this child to fall asleep?

1. Less than 15 minutes
2. 16 minutes to 30 minutes
3. 31 minutes to 45 minutes
4. 46 minutes to 60 minutes
5. More than 60 minutes
DK
RF

SLEEP (SLP) - Question identifier:SLP_Q02

How many hours in a row does he usually sleep at night?

Minimum: 0 Maximum: 16
DK, RF

SLEEP (SLP) - Question identifier:SLP_Q03

From what age, in months, has he slept for at least six uninterrupted hours a night?

Minimum: 0 Maximum: 35
DK, RF

SLEEP (SLP) - Question identifier:SLP_Q04

What is the longest time this child naps during the day?

1. Less than 1 hour
2. From 1 hour to less than 2 hours
3. From 2 hours to less than 3 hours
4. From 3 hours to less than 4 hours
5. 4 hours or more
6. He/she does not nap anymore
DK
RF

SLEEP (SLP) - Question identifier:SLP_Q05

Does this child have a particular and long bedtime routine that he cannot go to sleep without, for example, rocking, listening to songs or nursery rhymes, lasting more than 30 minutes?

1. Yes
2. No
DK
RF

SLEEP (SLP) - Question identifier:SLP_Q06

On average, how many times a night was your sleep interrupted by this child this past month?

1. Never
2. Once or twice
3. Three or four times
4. Five times or more
DK, RF

SLEEP (SLP) - Question identifier:SLP_Q07

How many hours a day does he sleep on average?

Minimum: 0 Maximum: 24
DK, RF

MOTOR AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT (MSD)

MOTOR AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT (MSD) - Question identifier:MSD_R01

The following questions are about this child's motor and social development.

MOTOR AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT (MSD) - Question identifier:MSD_Q18

Has this child ever crawled when left lying on his stomach?

1. Yes
2. No
DK
RF

MOTOR AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT (MSD) - Question identifier:MSD_Q19

Has he ever said any recognizable words such as "mama" or "dada"?

1. Yes
2. No
DK
RF

MOTOR AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT (MSD) - Question identifier:MSD_Q20

Has he ever picked up small objects such as raisins or cookie crumbs, using only his thumb and first finger?

1. Yes
2. No
DK
RF

MOTOR AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT (MSD) - Question identifier:MSD_Q21

Has he ever walked at least 2 steps with one hand held or holding on to something?

1. Yes
2. No
DK
RF

MOTOR AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT (MSD) - Question identifier:MSD_Q22

Has this child ever waved good-bye without help from another person?

1. Yes
2. No
DK
RF

MOTOR AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT (MSD) - Question identifier:MSD_Q23

Has he ever shown by his behaviour that he knows the names of common objects when somebody else names them out loud?

1. Yes
2. No
DK
RF

MOTOR AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT (MSD) - Question identifier:MSD_Q24

Has he ever shown that he wanted something by pointing, pulling, or making pleasant sounds rather than crying or whining?

1. Yes
2. No
DK
RF

MOTOR AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT (MSD) - Question identifier:MSD_Q25

Has he ever stood alone on his feet for 10 seconds or more without holding on to anything or another person?

1. Yes
2. No
DK
RF

MOTOR AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT (MSD) - Question identifier:MSD_Q26

Has this child ever walked at least 2 steps without holding on to anything or another person?

1. Yes
2. No
DK
RF

MOTOR AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT (MSD) - Question identifier:MSD_Q27

Has he ever crawled up at least 2 stairs or steps?

1. Yes
2. No
DK
RF

MOTOR AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT (MSD) - Question identifier:MSD_Q28

Has this child said 2 recognizable words besides "mama" or "dada"?

1. Yes
2. No
DK
RF

MOTOR AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT (MSD) - Question identifier:MSD_Q29

Has this child ever run?

1. Yes
2. No
DK
RF

MOTOR AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT (MSD) - Question identifier:MSD_Q30

Has he ever said the name of a familiar object, such as a ball?

1. Yes
2. No
DK
RF

MOTOR AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT (MSD) - Question identifier:MSD_Q31

Has he ever made a line with a crayon or pencil?

1. Yes
2. No
DK
RF

MOTOR AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT (MSD) - Question identifier:MSD_Q32

Did he ever walk up at least 2 stairs with one hand held or holding the railing?

1. Yes
2. No
DK
RF

MOTOR AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT (MSD) - Question identifier:MSD_Q33

Has he ever fed himself with a spoon or fork without spilling much?

1. Yes
2. No
DK
RF

MOTOR AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT (MSD) - Question identifier:MSD_Q34

Has this child ever let someone know, without crying, that wearing wet or soiled pants or diapers bothered him?

1. Yes
2. No
DK
RF

MOTOR AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT (MSD) - Question identifier:MSD_Q35

Has he ever spoken a partial sentence of 3 words or more?

1. Yes
2. No
DK
RF

MOTOR AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT (MSD) - Question identifier:MSD_Q36

Has he ever walked up stairs by himself without holding on to a rail?

1. Yes
2. No
DK
RF

MOTOR AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT (MSD) - Question identifier:MSD_Q37

Has he ever washed and dried his hands without any help except for turning the water on and off?

1. Yes
2. No
DK
RF

MOTOR AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT (MSD) - Question identifier:MSD_Q38

Has he ever counted 3 objects correctly?

1. Yes
2. No
DK
RF

MOTOR AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT (MSD) - Question identifier:MSD_Q39

Has he ever gone to the toilet alone?

1. Yes
2. No
DK
RF

MOTOR AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT (MSD) - Question identifier:MSD_Q40

Has he ever walked up stairs by himself with no help, stepping on each step with only one foot?

1. Yes
2. No
DK
RF

MOTOR AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT (MSD) - Question identifier:MSD_Q41

Does he know his own age and sex?

1. Yes
2. No
DK
RF

MOTOR AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT (MSD) - Question identifier:MSD_Q42

Has this child ever said the names of at least 4 colours?

1. Yes
2. No
DK
RF

MOTOR AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT (MSD) - Question identifier:MSD_Q43

Has this child ever pedalled a tricycle at least 10 feet?

1. Yes
2. No
DK
RF

MOTOR AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT (MSD) - Question identifier:MSD_Q44

Has this child ever done a somersault without help from anybody?

1. Yes
2. No
DK
RF

MOTOR AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT (MSD) - Question identifier:MSD_Q45

Has this child ever dressed himself without any help except for tying shoes and buttoning the backs of outfits?

1. Yes
2. No
DK
RF

MOTOR AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT (MSD) - Question identifier:MSD_Q46

Has this child ever said his first and last name together without someone's help? Nickname may be used for first name.

1. Yes
2. No
DK
RF

MOTOR AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT (MSD) - Question identifier:MSD_Q47

Has this child ever counted out loud up to 10?

1. Yes
2. No
DK
RF

MOTOR AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT (MSD) - Question identifier:MSD_Q48

Has this child ever drawn a picture of a man or woman with at least 2 parts of the body other than a head?

1. Yes
2. No
DK, RF

RELATIONSHIPS (REL)

RELATIONSHIPS (REL) - Question identifier:REL_R01

The next few questions are about this child's relationships with friends, family and others.

RELATIONSHIPS (REL) - Question identifier:REL_Q01

About how many days a week does he do things with friends outside of school hours?

1. Never
2. 1 day a week
3. 2 or 3 days a week
4. 4 or 5 days a week
5. 6 or 7 days a week
DK
RF

RELATIONSHIPS (REL) - Question identifier:REL_Q02

About how many close friends does he have?

1. None
2. 1
3. 2 or 3
4. 4 or 5
5. 6 or more
DK
RF

RELATIONSHIPS (REL) - Question identifier:REL_Q03

When it comes to meeting new children and making new friends is he... ?

1. Somewhat shy
2. About average
3. Very outgoing - makes friends easily
DK
RF

RELATIONSHIPS (REL) - Question identifier:REL_Q04

During the past 6 months, how well has this child gotten along with other kids, such as friends or classmates, excluding his brothers or sisters?

1. Very well, no problems
2. Quite well, hardly any problems
3. Pretty well, occasional problems
4. Not too well, frequent problems
5. Not well at all, constant problems
6. Not applicable (no friends or classmates)
DK
RF

RELATIONSHIPS (REL) - Question identifier:REL_Q05

During the past 6 months, how well has he gotten along with his parent(s)?

1. Very well, no problems
2. Quite well, hardly any problems
3. Pretty well, occasional problems
4. Not too well, frequent problems
5. Not well at all, constant problems
6. Not applicable (no parents)
DK
RF

RELATIONSHIPS (REL) - Question identifier:REL_Q06

During the past 6 months, how well has this child gotten along with his brother(s)/sister(s)?

1. Very well, no problems
2. Quite well, hardly any problems
3. Pretty well, occasional problems
4. Not too well, frequent problems
5. Not well at all, constant problems
6. Not applicable (no brothers/sisters)
DK
RF

RELATIONSHIPS (REL) - Question identifier:REL_Q07

Since starting school in the fall, how well has he gotten along with his teacher(s) at school?

1. Very well, no problems
2. Quite well, hardly any problems
3. Pretty well, occasional problems
4. Not too well, frequent problems
5. Not well at all, constant problems
DK, RF

PARENTING (PAR)

PARENTING (PAR) - Question identifier:PAR_R01

The following questions have to do with things that this child does and ways that you, as a parent, react to him.

PARENTING (PAR) - Question identifier:PAR_Q01

How often do you praise this child, by saying something like "Good for you!" or "What a nice thing you did!" or "That's good going!"?

1. Never
2. About once a week or less
3. A few times a week
4. One or two times a day
5. Many times each day
DK
RF

PARENTING (PAR) - Question identifier:PAR_Q02

How often do you and this child talk or play with each other, focusing attention on each other for five minutes or more, just for fun?

1. Never
2. About once a week or less
3. A few times a week
4. One or two times a day
5. Many times each day
DK
RF

PARENTING (PAR) - Question identifier:PAR_Q03

How often do you and this child laugh together?

1. Never
2. About once a week or less
3. A few times a week
4. One or two times a day
5. Many times each day
DK
RF

PARENTING (PAR) - Question identifier:PAR_Q04

How often do you get annoyed with this child for saying or doing something he is not supposed to?

1. Never
2. About once a week or less
3. A few times a week
4. One or two times a day
5. Many times each day
DK
RF

PARENTING (PAR) - Question identifier:PAR_Q05

How often do you tell this child that he is bad or not as good as others?

1. Never
2. About once a week or less
3. A few times a week
4. One or two times a day
5. Many times each day
DK
RF

PARENTING (PAR) - Question identifier:PAR_Q06

How often do you do something special with this child that he enjoys?

1. Never
2. About once a week or less
3. A few times a week
4. One or two times a day
5. Many times each day
DK
RF

PARENTING (PAR) - Question identifier:PAR_Q07

How often do you play sports, hobbies or games with this child?

1. Never
2. About once a week or less
3. A few times a week
4. One or two times a day
5. Many times each day
DK
RF

PARENTING (PAR) - Question identifier:PAR_R08

For the following questions, I would like you, as this child's parent, to tell me how things go when you spend time with him.

PARENTING (PAR) - Question identifier:PAR_Q08

Of all the times that you talk to this child about his behaviour, what proportion is praise?

1. Never
2. Less than half the time
3. About half the time
4. More than half the time
5. All the time
DK
RF

PARENTING (PAR) - Question identifier:PAR_Q09

Of all the times that you talk to this child about his behaviour, what proportion is disapproval?

1. Never
2. Less than half the time
3. About half the time
4. More than half the time
5. All the time
DK
RF

PARENTING (PAR) - Question identifier:PAR_Q10

When you give this child an order or request to do something, what proportion of the time do you make sure that he does it?

1. Never
2. Less than half the time
3. About half the time
4. More than half the time
5. All the time
DK
RF

PARENTING (PAR) - Question identifier:PAR_Q11

If you tell this child he will be disciplined if he doesn't stop doing something, and he keeps doing it, how often will you discipline him?

1. Never
2. Less than half the time
3. About half the time
4. More than half the time
5. All the time
DK
RF

PARENTING (PAR) - Question identifier:PAR_Q12

How often does this child get away with things for which you feel he should have been disciplined?

1. Never
2. Less than half the time
3. About half the time
4. More than half the time
5. All the time
DK
RF

PARENTING (PAR) - Question identifier:PAR_Q13

How often do you get angry when you discipline this child?

1. Never
2. Less than half the time
3. About half the time
4. More than half the time
5. All the time
DK
RF

PARENTING (PAR) - Question identifier:PAR_Q14

How often do you think that the kind of discipline you give this child depends on your mood?

1. Never
2. Less than half the time
3. About half the time
4. More than half the time
5. All the time
DK
RF

PARENTING (PAR) - Question identifier:PAR_Q15

How often do you feel you are having problems managing this child in general?

1. Never
2. Less than half the time
3. About half the time
4. More than half the time
5. All the time
DK
RF

PARENTING (PAR) - Question identifier:PAR_Q16

How often is this child able to get out of being disciplined when he really sets his mind to it?

1. Never
2. Less than half the time
3. About half the time
4. More than half the time
5. All the time
DK
RF

PARENTING (PAR) - Question identifier:PAR_Q17

How often when you discipline this child, does he ignore the consequence?

1. Never
2. Less than half the time
3. About half the time
4. More than half the time
5. All the time
DK
RF

PARENTING (PAR) - Question identifier:PAR_Q18

How often do you have to discipline this child repeatedly for the same thing?

1. Never
2. Less than half the time
3. About half the time
4. More than half the time
5. All the time
DK
RF

PARENTING (PAR) - Question identifier:PAR_Q19

If there is a parenting decision to be made, for example, about rules to be set, child misbehaving or school decisions, how often do you and your spouse/partner agree on what to do?

1. Never
2. Less than half the time
3. About half the time
4. More than half the time
5. All the time
DK
RF

PARENTING (PAR) - Question identifier:PAR_Q20

Please tell me how often you, as his parent, do each of the following when this child breaks the rules or does things that he is not supposed to:

... tell him to stop?

1. Never
2. Rarely
3. Sometimes
4. Often
5. Always
DK
RF

PARENTING (PAR) - Question identifier:PAR_Q21

(Please tell me how often you, as his parent, do each of the following when this child breaks the rules or does things that he is not supposed to:)

... ignore it, do nothing?

1. Never
2. Rarely
3. Sometimes
4. Often
5. Always
DK
RF

PARENTING (PAR) - Question identifier:PAR_Q22

(Please tell me how often you, as his parent, do each of the following when this child breaks the rules or does things that he is not supposed to:)

... raise your voice, scold or yell at him?

1. Never
2. Rarely
3. Sometimes
4. Often
5. Always
DK
RF

PARENTING (PAR) - Question identifier:PAR_Q23

(Please tell me how often you, as his parent, do each of the following when this child breaks the rules or does things that he is not supposed to:)

... calmly discuss the problem?

1. Never
2. Rarely
3. Sometimes
4. Often
5. Always
DK
RF

PARENTING (PAR) - Question identifier:PAR_Q24

(Please tell me how often you, as his parent, do each of the following when this child breaks the rules or does things that he is not supposed to:)

... use physical punishment?

1. Never
2. Rarely
3. Sometimes
4. Often
5. Always
DK, RF

PARENTING (PAR) - Question identifier:PAR_Q25

(Please tell me how often you, as his parent, do each of the following when this child breaks the rules or does things that he is not supposed to:)

... describe alternative ways of behaving that are acceptable?

1. Never
2. Rarely
3. Sometimes
4. Often
5. Always
DK
RF

PARENTING (PAR) - Question identifier:PAR_Q26

(Please tell me how often you, as his parent, do each of the following when this child breaks the rules or does things that he is not supposed to:)

... take away privileges or put him in his room?

1. Never
2. Rarely
3. Sometimes
4. Often
5. Always
DK
RF

PARENTING (PAR) - Question identifier:PAR_R27

Sometimes different situations or circumstances arise that may affect family life. The next few questions are about some of these possible situations.

PARENTING (PAR) - Question identifier:PAR_Q27

Has this child ever experienced being hungry because the family has run out of food or money to buy food?

1. Yes
2. No
DK
RF

PARENTING (PAR) - Question identifier:PAR_Q28

How often?

1. Regularly, end of the month
2. More often than end of each month
3. Every few months
4. Occasionally, not a regular occurrence
DK
RF

PARENTING (PAR) - Question identifier:PAR_Q29

How do you cope with feeding this child when this happens?

1. Parent/guardian skips meals or eats less
2. Children skip meals or eat less
3. Cut down on variety of food family usually eats
4. Seek help from relatives
5. Seek help from friends
6. Seek help from social worker/government office
7. Seek help from food bank (emergency food program)
8. Use school meal program
9. Other
DK
RF

PARENTING (PAR) - Question identifier:PAR_Q30

How often does this child see television shows or movies that have a lot of violence in them?

1. Often
2. Sometimes
3. Seldom
4. Never
DK
RF

PARENTING (PAR) - Question identifier:PAR_Q31

How often does this child see adults or teenagers in your house physically fighting, hitting or trying to hurt others?

1. Often
2. Sometimes
3. Seldom
4. Never
DK
RF

PARENTING (PAR) - Question identifier:PAR_Q32

How often does this child hang around with kids you think are frequently in trouble?

1. Often
2. Sometimes
3. Seldom
4. Never
DK
RF

PARENTING (PAR) - Question identifier:PAR_Q33

How many of this child's close friends do you know by sight and by first and last name?

1. All
2. Most
3. About half
4. Only a few
5. None
DK, RF

CHILD CUSTODY (CUS)

CHILD CUSTODY (CUS) - Question identifier:CUS_R01

Now, I'd like to ask you about this child's family situation.

CHILD CUSTODY (CUS) - Question identifier:CUS_Q01

Based on the information we collected about the relationships of the people living in this household, this child is not living with his birth/adoptive father/mother.

What is the reason this child is not living with both of his birth/adoptive parents?

1. His parents have separated, divorced
or ended their relationship
2. His parents have never been in a
relationship
3. His parents are not living together
but are in a relationship (for example, due to work or school)
4. His father/mother died
5. Other (adoption by a single parent, sperm donor, etc.)
6. Relationship information is incorrect (please add an
explanation in the permanent notes)
DK, RF

CHILD CUSTODY (CUS) - Question identifier:CUS_Q02

What was the date when this child's parents last separated?

1. January
2. February
3. March
4. April
5. May
6. June
7. July
8. August
9. September
10. October
11. November
12. December
DK
RF

CHILD CUSTODY (CUS) - Question identifier:CUS_Q03

(What was the date when this child's parents last separated?)

Minimum: 1999 Maximum: 2030
DK, RF

CHILD CUSTODY (CUS) - Question identifier:CUS_Q04

Who did this child live with immediately after this separation? Was it...?

1. With his mother only
2. With his father only
3. Mostly with his mother
4. Mostly with his father
5. Equally with both parents
6. With someone else
DK, RF

CHILD CUSTODY (CUS) - Question identifier:CUS_R05

Now, I would like to ask you some questions about this child's current custody arrangements.

CHILD CUSTODY (CUS) - Question identifier:CUS_Q05

What type of agreement is currently in place regarding this child's custody?

1. A verbal agreement
2. A written agreement
3. No agreement
DK, RF

CHILD CUSTODY (CUS) - Question identifier:CUS_Q06

Has the custody agreement been formally registered in court?

1. Yes
2. No
DK, RF

CHILD CUSTODY (CUS) - Question identifier:CUS_Q07

According to this agreement, who has custody of this child?

1. Sole custody given to the mother
2. Sole custody given to the father
3. Shared custody given to both parents
4. Other
DK, RF

CHILD CUSTODY (CUS) - Question identifier:CUS_Q08

Who does this child usually live with? Is it...?

1. With his mother only
2. With his father only
3. Mostly with his mother
4. Mostly with his father
5. Equally with both parents
DK, RF

CHILD CUSTODY (CUS) - Question identifier:CUS_Q09

For how long has this child been living ^DT_PHRASEE?

1. In years only
2. In months only
3. In years and months
4. Since this child's birth/adoption
DK, RF

CHILD CUSTODY (CUS) - Question identifier:CUS_Q10

(For how long, in years, has this child been living ^DT_PHRASEE?)

Minimum: 01 Maximum: 09
DK, RF

CHILD CUSTODY (CUS) - Question identifier:CUS_Q11

(For how long, in months, has this child been living ^DT_PHRASEE?)

Minimum: 001 Maximum: 119
DK, RF

CHILD CUSTODY (CUS) - Question identifier:CUS_Q12

How satisfied are you with the amount of time this child lives with you?

1. Very satisfied
2. Satisfied
3. Dissatisfied
4. Very dissatisfied
DK, RF

CHILD CUSTODY (CUS) - Question identifier:CUS_Q13

What type of contact does this child have with his father/mother?

1. Regular visits
2. Irregular visits
3. Contact only by telephone, letter or Internet
(for example, e-mail, instant-messaging or web cam)
4. No contact
5. His father/mother is deceased
DK, RF

CHILD CUSTODY (CUS) - Question identifier:CUS_Q14

How often does this child usually see his father/mother?

1. At least once a week
2. At least once every two weeks
3. At least once a month
4. At least once every 3 months
5. At least once every 6 months
6. At least once a year
7. Less than once a year
DK, RF

CHILD CUSTODY (CUS) - Question identifier:CUS_Q15

How far away does this child's father/mother live from your household?

1. Walking distance
2. Within 10 km (10 minutes by car)
3. Within 50 km (30 minutes by car)
4. Within 100 km (1 hour by car)
5. Within 200 km (2 hours by car)
6. Within 400 km (4 hours by car)
7. Within 1,000 km (10 hours by car)
8. Beyond 1,000 km (more than 10 hours by car)
DK, RF

CHILD CUSTODY (CUS) - Question identifier:CUS_R16

The next questions are about financial support for this child.

CHILD CUSTODY (CUS) - Question identifier:CUS_Q16

What type of agreement is currently in place regarding financial support for this child?

1. A verbal agreement
2. A written agreement
3. No agreement
DK
RF

CHILD CUSTODY (CUS) - Question identifier:CUS_Q17

Has the financial support agreement been formally registered in court?

1. Yes
2. No
DK, RF

CHILD CUSTODY (CUS) - Question identifier:CUS_Q18

Does his father/mother provide any financial support for this child?

1. Yes
2. No
DK, RF

CHILD CUSTODY (CUS) - Question identifier:CUS_Q19

What kind of financial support does he/she provide?

1. Child support payments (for example, periodic payments or maintenance payments)
2. Contribution to child's education costs or childcare expenses (for example, school fees or daycare fees)
3. Contribution to child's personal expenses (for example, sport or activity fees, medical and dental bills or clothing)
4. Savings for child's post-secondary education (for example, Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP))
5. Contribution to household costs (for example, mortgage payments or rent)
6. Other
DK, RF

CHILD CUSTODY (CUS) - Question identifier:CUS_Q20

Thinking about the child support payments, would you say that, overall, this child's father/mother has...?

1. Never missed a payment (made all the payments on time and in full)
2. Made all payments but some or all were late
3. Missed a few payments that were due (a few payments were either missed altogether or not paid in full)
4. Missed most payments that were due
5. Missed all payments
DK
RF

CHILD CUSTODY (CUS) - Question identifier:CUS_Q21

How satisfied are you with the financial support provided for this child?

1. Very satisfied
2. Satisfied
3. Dissatisfied
4. Very dissatisfied
DK, RF

CHILD CARE (CAR)

CHILD CARE (CAR) - Question identifier:CAR_R01

The following questions are about the child care that you use regularly for this child.

CHILD CARE (CAR) - Question identifier:CAR_Q01

Do you currently have any regular child care for this child?

1. Yes
2. No
DK, RF

CHILD CARE (CAR) - Question identifier:CAR_Q02

Have you ever used regular child care for this child?

1. Yes
2. No
DK, RF

CHILD CARE (CAR) - Question identifier:CAR_Q03

What is your main activity while this child is in child care?

1. Working at a paid job or business
2. Looking for a paid job
3. Going to school
4. Household work (for example, care of other family members)
5. Volunteering
6. Unable to work (for example, because of a disability)
7. Other
DK, RF

CHILD CARE (CAR) - Question identifier:CAR_Q04

What is your spouse or partner's main activity while this child is in child care?

1. Working at a paid job or business
2. Looking for a paid job
3. Going to school
4. Household work (for example, care of other family members)
5. Volunteering
6. Unable to work (for example, because of disability)
7. Other
DK, RF

CHILD CARE (CAR) - Question identifier:CAR_Q05

Which of the following types of child care arrangements do you currently use for this child?

1. Daycare centre
2. Care in someone else's home
3. Care in child's own home
4. Before and/or after school program
5. Nursery school or Preschool
6. Other child care arrangement
DK, RF

CHILD CARE (CAR) - Question identifier:CAR_Q12

What child care arrangement do you consider your main one, that is, the one used for the most hours?

1. Daycare centre
2. Care in someone else's home
3. Care in someone else's home by a non-relative
4. Care in someone else's home by a relative
5. Care in someone else's home by mother or father
6. Care in someone else's home by child's grandmother or grandfather
7. Care in someone else's home by child's brother or sister
8. Care in someone else's home by another relative
9. Care in child's own home
10. Care in child's own home by a non-relative
11. Care in child's own home by a relative
12. Care in child's own home by child's mother or father
13. Care in child's own home by child's grandmother or grandfather
14. Care in child's own home by brother or sister
15. Care in child's own home by another relative
16. Before and/or after school program
17. Nursery school or Preschool
18. Other child care arrangement
DK, RF

CHILD CARE (CAR) - Question identifier:CAR_Q13

How old was this child when you started using this current (main) child care arrangement?

Minimum: 0 Maximum: 119
DK, RF

CHILD CARE (CAR) - Question identifier:CAR_N13

If necessary ask: Is this in months or years?

1. Months
2. Years

CHILD CARE (CAR) - Question identifier:CAR_Q14

Overall, how satisfied are you with your main child care arrangement?

1. Very satisfied
2. Satisfied
3. Dissatisfied
4. Very dissatisfied
DK, RF

CHILD CARE (CAR) - Question identifier:CAR_Q15

(Including this child) How many children aged 0 to 2 years old regularly attend your main child care arrangement?

Minimum: 0 Maximum: 20
DK, RF

CHILD CARE (CAR) - Question identifier:CAR_Q16

(Including this child) How many children aged 3 to 5 years old regularly attend your main child care arrangement?

Minimum: 0 Maximum: 20
DK, RF

CHILD CARE (CAR) - Question identifier:CAR_Q17

How many children aged 6 and older regularly attend your main child care arrangement?

Minimum: 0 Maximum: 20
DK, RF

CHILD CARE (CAR) - Question identifier:CAR_Q18

Including this child, how many children are there in this child's group or class at the daycare centre/nursery school or preschool?

Minimum: 1 Maximum: 20
DK, RF

CHILD CARE (CAR) - Question identifier:CAR_Q19

How many care providers are responsible for these children?

Minimum: 1 Maximum: 10
DK, RF

CHILD CARE (CAR) - Question identifier:CAR_R20

The next questions refer to the main care provider, that is, the person who spends the most time with this child while he is in care.

CHILD CARE (CAR) - Question identifier:CAR_Q20

To your knowledge, does your main care provider have any training in early childhood education or child care, at the college or university level?

1. Yes
2. No
DK, RF

CHILD CARE (CAR) - Question identifier:CAR_Q21

During the past 6 months, how well has this child gotten along with his main care provider?

1. Very well (no problems)
2. Quite well (hardly any problems)
3. Pretty well (occasional problems)
4. Not too well (frequent problems)
5. Not well at all (constant problems)
DK, RF

CHILD CARE (CAR) - Question identifier:CAR_Q22

On average, how often do you (or your spouse or partner) discuss this child's development with your main care provider?

1. Daily
2. A few times a week
3. Once a week
4. A few times a month
5. Once a month
6. Once every three months
7. Every 6 months (twice a year)
8. Once a year
9. Never
10. (Not applicable (child care not a developmental program))
DK, RF

CHILD CARE (CAR) - Question identifier:CAR_R23

Now I'd like to ask you about this child's activities while in child care.

CHILD CARE (CAR) - Question identifier:CAR_Q23

In the past month, while in child care, how often did your child participate in learning activities like singing songs, storytelling or play based learning? Was it...?

1. Everyday
2. Several times a week
3. A few times in the past month
4. Not in the past month
DK, RF

CHILD CARE (CAR) - Question identifier:CAR_Q24

While at child care, on average, how many hours a day does this child have an opportunity to play outdoors:

...during the warm weather, for example, spring and summer?

1. Less than 1 hour a day
2. 1 to less than 2 hours a day
3. 2 to less than 3 hours a day
4. 3 hours or more a day
DK, RF

CHILD CARE (CAR) - Question identifier:CAR_Q25

(While at child care, on average, how many hours a day does this child have an opportunity to play outdoors: )

...during the cold weather, for example, winter?

1. Less than 1 hour a day
2. 1 to less than 2 hours a day
3. 2 to less than 3 hours a day
4. 3 hours or more a day
DK, RF

CHILD CARE (CAR) - Question identifier:CAR_R26

Now I am going to ask you about your satisfaction with your main child care arrangement for this child.

CHILD CARE (CAR) - Question identifier:CAR_Q26

Please tell me how satisfied you are with:

... the characteristics of the main care provider, for example personality or experience.

1. Very satisfied
2. Satisfied
3. Dissatisfied
4. Very dissatisfied
DK, RF

CHILD CARE (CAR) - Question identifier:CAR_Q27

(Please tell me how satisfied you are with:)

... the information you receive from your main care provider about
this child while he has been at child care.

1. Very satisfied
2. Satisfied
3. Dissatisfied
4. Very dissatisfied
DK, RF

CHILD CARE (CAR) - Question identifier:CAR_Q28

(Please tell me how satisfied you are with:)

... the safety and security of the environment.

1. Very satisfied
2. Satisfied
3. Dissatisfied
4. Very dissatisfied
DK, RF

CHILD CARE (CAR) - Question identifier:CAR_Q29

(Please tell me how satisfied you are with:)

... the opportunities for learning.

1. Very satisfied
2. Satisfied
3. Dissatisfied
4. Very dissatisfied
DK, RF

CHILD CARE (CAR) - Question identifier:CAR_Q30

Please tell me how satisfied you are with:

... the hours of operation.

1. Very satisfied
2. Satisfied
3. Dissatisfied
4. Very dissatisfied
DK, RF

CHILD CARE (CAR) - Question identifier:CAR_Q31

(Please tell me how satisfied you are with:)

... the location.

1. Very satisfied
2. Satisfied
3. Dissatisfied
4. Very dissatisfied
DK, RF

CHILD CARE (CAR) - Question identifier:CAR_Q32

(Please tell me how satisfied you are with:)

... the cost.

1. Very satisfied
2. Satisfied
3. Dissatisfied
4. Very dissatisfied
DK, RF

CHILD CARE (CAR) - Question identifier:CAR_Q33

(Please tell me how satisfied you are with:)

... the main care provider's ability to speak to this child in your language of choice.

1. Very satisfied
2. Satisfied
3. Dissatisfied
4. Very dissatisfied
DK, RF

CHILD CARE (CAR) - Question identifier:CAR_Q34

(Please tell me how satisfied you are with:)

...the main care provider's ability to address any special needs this child may have.

1. Very satisfied
2. Satisfied
3. Dissatisfied
4. Very dissatisfied
5. Not applicable (child does not have special needs)
DK, RF

CHILD CARE (CAR) - Question identifier:CAR_Q35

Would you prefer to use a type of child care for this child other than what you are now using, such as daycare, nursery school or preschool, care by a relative or other caregiver or care by yourself or your spouse?

1. Yes
2. No
DK, RF

CHILD CARE (CAR) - Question identifier:CAR_Q36

What type of child care arrangement would you prefer to use for this child?

1. Child cared for by self or spouse
2. Child cared for part-time by self or spouse and other child care arrangement
3. Care in someone else's home by a non-relative
4. Care in someone else's home by a relative
5. Care in child's home by a non-relative
6. Care in child's home by a relative
7. Daycare centre
8. Before and/or after school program
9. Nursery school or preschool
10. Other child care arrangement
DK, RF

CHILD CARE (CAR) - Question identifier:CAR_Q37

What is the main reason for not using your preferred type of child care arrangement for this child?

1. Cost of preferred arrangement is too high
2. On a waiting list
3. Can't afford to stay home (if preferred arrangement is child in parent's care)
4. Preferred arrangement is not available for children of child's age
5. Preferred arrangement is not available to fit my schedule
6. No relatives in my community (if preferred arrangement is with relative)
7. Preferred arrangement is not available where I live
8. Other reason
DK, RF

CHILD CARE (CAR) - Question identifier:CAR_Q38

Excluding his current child care arrangements, has this child ever been cared for on a regular basis by someone other than yourself (or your spouse or partner)?

1. Yes
2. No
DK, RF

CHILD CARE (CAR) - Question identifier:CAR_Q39

Excluding periods of care by yourself (or your spouse or partner), overall, how many changes in his regular child care arrangements has this child experienced since you began using child care?

Minimum: 1 Maximum: 50
DK, RF

CHILD CARE (CAR) - Question identifier:CAR_Q40

What was the main reason for the most recent change to your child care arrangement for this child?

1. Care provider was no longer available
2. Family or child moved or custody arrangements changed
3. Work status changed (for example, parent's working hours changed or was laid off)
4. Not satisfied with care provider/program (for example, concerns about child's safety, daily activities)
5. Changes in child's needs (for example, special care, child's age)
6. A preferred arrangement was available (for example, a subsidized space)
7. Child started school
8. Cost
9. Other
DK, RF

CHILD CARE (CAR) - Question identifier:CAR_Q41

How old was this child when he was first placed in any regular child care arrangement?

Minimum: 0 Maximum: 119
DK, RF

CHILD CARE (CAR) - Question identifier:CAR_N41

If necessary ask: Is this in months or years?

1. Months
2. Years

CHILD CARE (CAR) - Question identifier:CAR_Q42

Is this child in the public subsidized child care program, for example, the $7 per day daycare program or an Early Childhood Centre (ECC)?

1. Yes
2. No
DK, RF

CHILD CARE (CAR) - Question identifier:CAR_Q43

Excluding the Child Care Expense Deduction (and the Universal Child Care Benefit (UCCB)), do you receive any financial assistance or subsidies for this child's child care expenses?

1. Yes
2. No
DK, RF

CHILD CARE (CAR) - Question identifier:CAR_Q44

Does this child qualify for subsidized child care?

1. Yes
2. No
DK, RF

CHILD CARE (CAR) - Question identifier:CAR_Q45

What is the main reason that this child is not in a subsidized program?

1. No subsidized spaces available (on waiting list)
2. Don't like the child care centre where subsidy is available
3. Can't afford the fees even with the subsidy
4. Cared for by relative
5. Happy with current child care arrangement
6. Other
DK, RF

CHILD CARE (CAR) - Question identifier:CAR_Q46

How much does your household pay your main care provider, per week, for this child's care?

Minimum: 0 Maximum: 994
DK, RF

CHILD CARE (CAR) - Question identifier:CAR_Q47

Overall, how much does your household pay a week for this child's care?

Minimum: 0 Maximum: 994
DK, RF

CHILD CARE (CAR) - Question identifier:CAR_Q48

Last summer, while this child was not in school, what type of child care arrangement did you use? Please include parental care.

1. Daycare centre
2. Care in someone else's home by a non-relative
3. Care in someone else's home by a relative
4. Care in own home by a non-relative
5. Care in own home by brother or sister
6. Care in own home by relative other than the child's brother or sister
7. Child in own care
8. Structured summer program, for example, overnight camp, day camp
9. Child in care of parent
10. Other
DK, RF

CHILD'S CAREGIVER (CGV)

CHILD'S CAREGIVER (CGV) - Question identifier:CGV_Q01

Is this child in the care of a relative or a non-relative?

1. Non-relative
2. Relative
DK, RF

CHILD'S CAREGIVER (CGV) - Question identifier:CGV_Q02

Who provides child care for this child?

1. Mother or father
2. Grandmother or grandfather
3. Brother or sister
4. Other relative
DK, RF

HOURS OF CARE (HRC)

HOURS OF CARE (HRC) - Question identifier:HRC_Q01

How many hours per week do you use:

^DT_TYPECARE?

Minimum: 1 Maximum: 168
DK, RF

HOURS OF CARE (HRC) - Question identifier:HRC_Q02

Is this a home-based daycare?

1. Yes
2. No
DK, RF

HOURS OF CARE (HRC) - Question identifier:HRC_Q03

Is this an Early Childhood Center (CPE/ECC) or affiliated with an Early Childhood Center?

1. Yes
2. No
DK. RF

HOURS OF CARE (HRC) - Question identifier:HRC_Q04

Is the child care program or daycare centre / person providing this day care licensed by the government or approved by a family daycare agency?

1. Yes
2. No
DK, RF

HOURS OF CARE (HRC) - Question identifier:HRC_Q05

Is the child care program or daycare centre operated on a profit or non-profit basis?

1. Profit
2. Non-profit
DK, RF

SOCIO-DEMOGRAPHIC - CHILD

SOCIO-DEMOGRAPHIC - CHILD - Question identifier:SDC_R01

Now, I would like to ask you some general background questions about this child.

SOCIO-DEMOGRAPHIC - CHILD - Question identifier:SDC_B01

In what country was this child born?

  • 1: Search (Open list of countries file)
  • 2: Other country - Specify
  • 9: Don't know
  • 8: Refusal

SOCIO-DEMOGRAPHIC - CHILD - Question identifier:SDC_Q02

Is he now, or has he ever been a landed immigrant in Canada?

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 9: Don't know
  • 8: Refusal

SOCIO-DEMOGRAPHIC - CHILD - Question identifier:SDC_Q03

In what year did he first become a landed immigrant in Canada?

  • 1: Min: 1870 Max: 2100
  • 9999: Don't know
  • 9998: Refusal

SOCIO-DEMOGRAPHIC - CHILD - Question identifier:SDC_Q04

In what year did he first come to Canada to live?

Minimum: 1870 Maximum: 2100
DK, RF

SOCIO-DEMOGRAPHIC - CHILD - Question identifier:SDC_B05

Of what country is he a citizen?

  • 1: Search (Open list of countries file)
  • 2: Other country - Specify
  • 9: Don't know
  • 8: Refusal

SOCIO-DEMOGRAPHIC - CHILD - Question identifier:SDC_Q06

Is he an Aboriginal person that is, First Nations, Métis or Inuit? First Nations include Status and Non-Status Indians.

  • 1: Yes
  • 2: No
  • 9: Don't know
  • 8: Refusal

SOCIO-DEMOGRAPHIC - CHILD - Question identifier:SDC_Q07

Is he First Nations, Métis or Inuit?

  • 1: First Nations (North American Indian)
  • 2: Métis
  • 3: Inuk/Inuit
  • 9: Don't know
  • 8: Refusal

SOCIO-DEMOGRAPHIC - CHILD - Question identifier:SDC_Q08

What were the ethnic or cultural origins of this child's ancestors? For example, French, Scottish or Chinese.

1. Canadian
2. French
3. English
4. German
5. Scottish
6. Irish
7. Italian
8. Ukrainian
9. Dutch (Netherlands)
10. Chinese
11. Jewish
12. Polish
13. Portuguese
14. South Asian
15. Black
16. North American Indian
17. Métis
18. Inuit/Eskimo
19. Vietnamese
20. Russian
21. Korean
22. Iranian
23. Balkan (Yugoslav, Serbian, Slovenian...)
24. Filipino
25. Hungarian
26. Other
DK, RF

SOCIO-DEMOGRAPHIC - CHILD - Question identifier:SDC_Q09

This child may belong to one or more racial or cultural groups on the following list.

Is he...?

  • 01: White
  • 02: South Asian (e.g., East Indian, Pakistani, Sri Lankan, etc.)
  • 03: Chinese
  • 04: Black
  • 05: Filipino
  • 06: Latin American
  • 07: Arab
  • 08: Southeast Asian (e.g., Vietnamese, Cambodian, Malysian, Laotian, etc.)
  • 09: West Asian (e.g., Iranian, Afghan, etc.)
  • 10: Korean
  • 11: Japanese
  • 12: Other group - Specify
  • 99: Don't know
  • 98: Refusal

SOCIO-DEMOGRAPHIC - CHILD - Question identifier:SDC_Q10

Of English or French, which language(s) does he speak well enough to conduct a conversation? Is it... ?

  • 1: English only
  • 2: French only
  • 3: Both English and French
  • 4: Neither English nor French
  • 9: Don't know
  • 8: Refusal

SOCIO-DEMOGRAPHIC - CHILD - Question identifier:SDC_B11

What language(s) other than English or French does he speak well enough to conduct a conversation?

  • 1: Search (Open list of languages)
  • 2: Other Language - Specify
  • 9: Don't know
  • 8: Refusal

SOCIO-DEMOGRAPHIC - CHILD - Question identifier:SDC_B12

What language does he speak most often at home?

  • 1: Search (Open list of languages)
  • 2: Other Language - Specify
  • 9: Don't know
  • 8: Refusal

SOCIO-DEMOGRAPHIC - CHILD - Question identifier:SDC_B13

What language is spoken to this child most often at home by you and your spouse?

  • 1: Search (Open list of languages)
  • 2: Other Language - Specify
  • 9: Don't know
  • 8: Refusal

SOCIO-DEMOGRAPHIC - CHILD - Question identifier:SDC_B14

What is the language that he first learned at home in childhood and still understands?

  • 1: Search (Open list of languages)
  • 2: Other Language - Specify
  • 9: Don't know
  • 8: Refusal

SOCIO-DEMOGRAPHIC - CHILD - Question identifier:SDC_Q15

What is this child's religion? Specify one denomination or religion only, even if he is not currently a practicing member ot that group.

  • 1: Search (Open list of religion)
  • 2: Other - specify
  • 9: Don't know
  • 8: Refusal

SOCIO-DEMOGRAPHIC - CHILD - Question identifier:SDC_Q16

Not counting events such as weddings or funerals, during the past 12 months, how often did he participate in religious activities or attend religious services or meetings?

  • 1: At least once a week
  • 2: At least once a month
  • 3: At least 3 times a year
  • 4: Once or twice a year
  • 5: Not at all
  • 9: Don't know
  • 8: Refusal

DIRECT MEASURES (DIR)

DIRECT MEASURES (DIR) - Question identifier:DIR_R1

As part of this survey, we'd like to do some activities with this child. These activities look at children's vocabulary, their early literacy skills and their understanding of the system of whole numbers. First, I must ask you a few questions about this child to determine if we can do these activities with him.

DIRECT MEASURES (DIR) - Question identifier:DIR_Q1

Does this child understand English or French well enough to follow instructions and do the activities with an interviewer?

1. Yes
2. No
DK
RF

DIRECT MEASURES (DIR) - Question identifier:DIR_Q2

Can this child see colours well enough to distinguish red from white?

1. Yes
2. No
DK, RF

DIRECT MEASURES (DIR) - Question identifier:DIR_Q3

Which hand does this child use when drawing figures?

1. Right hand
2. Left hand
3. Both hands
DK, RF

DIRECT MEASURES (DIR) - Question identifier:DIR_Q4

In which language would you like this child to do the activities?

1. English
2. French
DK, RF

DIRECT MEASURES (DIR) - Question identifier:DIR_R7

Since this child does not understand English or French well enough to follow instructions, we will not be doing the activities with him.

DIRECT MEASURES (DIR) - Question identifier:DIR_R8

An interviewer will be contacting you soon to make an appointment to do these activities with this child.

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