RAR Pre-Survey (Preschool)
Thank you for answering the questions below! Your honest answers are important to us.
Child Date of Birth
Your Relationship to the Child
What school does your child attend?
The amount of time that families have to look at books together can vary a lot from week to week. LAST WEEK, how many times did you share a book with your child?
About how many times last week?
When you do look at books with your child, how many minutes do you spend each time?
About ____ minutes each time.
Which of the following happened the LAST TIME you looked at books with your child (check all that apply).
My child did not seem to pay much attention to the story
I paused during the book to discuss a story detail with my child
My child got excited and interrupted to comment or ask questions about the book
My child wanted me to read the book again or choose another book
My child "read" the book to me or told me stories about the pictures
My child quietly listened while I read and/or talked about the book
We discussed alphabet, letters and/or numbers
On the scale below estimate how often EACH DAY your child wants you to read a story.
Books are one of my child's favorite things
In addition to reading together, how often do you have time to engage your child in a shared activity that involves lots of talking (games, cooking together, pretend play, arts projects, singing, stories in the car, discussing food items while grocery shopping, etc.)?
Multiple times every day
Several times each week
Which of the following things do you and your child do at the library?
Please check all that apply.
Browse and/or play in the children's section
Get advice from the librarian about children's books
Attend story times or other library events for children
Do not currently use the library with my child
How likely is it that you will visit the library with your child in the next two weeks?
Definitely will NOT visit
Probably will NOT visit
Probably WILL visit
Definitely WILL visit
Approximately how many children's books do you have at home?
More than 30
Please rate the degree to which you agree to this statement: Reading, telling stories and talking together is powerful. It helps build the language and literacy skills my child will need for kindergarten.
Not at all Important
Please choose only one:
My child prefers being read to and talking more than using TV / tablets / computers.
My child prefers screen time (TV, tablets, computers) more than books.
My child likes both books and screen time, but we place strict limits on screen time.
Finally, we have a few background questions for you.
What language is spoken most often in your home?
Please indicate the number of years of education completed by the adult in your home who spends the most time with the child.
1-6 years (elementary school, K-5th grade)
7-9 years (middle school, 6th-8th grade)
10-14 years (high school, 9th-12th grade)
2 years of training / school beyond high school, with degree
Bachelor's degree (BA or BS)
Graduate or professional degree (e.g., MA, PhD, MD, JD)
What is your family income per year?
Less than $30,000
$30,000 - $50,000
More than $50,000
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