Take the test: Discover your child’s personality type


Personality type is about preferences. When answering these questions, choose the answer that is true for your child more times than not.

As they mature, they may reveal aspects of their personality conflicting with what you thought their type was.

Use the information you get out of this as a guide. A starting point. Don’t hesitate to alter the course as more information becomes available.

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1.Jumps right in when joining a large group of peers. *
2.Enjoys being the center of attention. *
3.When meeting strangers the child is immediately friendly and unafraid. *
4.Has no problem speaking loudly both at home or school. *
5.Often observes from the sidelines, before participating. *
6.In class, s/he usually answers questions only when called upon. *
7.Needs down time after prolonged socialization. *
8.Active imagination. Younger children may enjoy role playing or make-believe. *
9.Asks “why” a lot *
10.Head in the clouds *
11.Worries about the future, and things that haven’t happened yet *
12.Prefers non-fiction over fiction *
13.Asks how or what a lot *
14.Prefers activities with clear rules to playing make-believe. *
15.Compared to their peers, they read slowly. Taking in every detail. *
16.Focused on the present. *
17.When they do something well, they know it and don’t often seek the approval of others. *
18.When criticized the child doesn’t react emotionally, although he/she may be upset by it. *
19.When speaking the child is more likely to be direct and honest, even if it may hurt another’s feelings. *
20.Out of fear of hurting another’s feelings, the child hesitates to speak their mind. *
21.Slow to adopt rules. *
22.Comfortable with lack of routine and structure. *
23.Slow to make a decisions. Such as what to buy with their gift card. *
24.Uncomfortable breaking the rules. *
25.Organizes, groups or sorts possessions beyond toddler years. *
26.When creating art, or building something, they’re methodical in their approach. *
27.Prefers math or science over english or writing. *
28.When someone yells, s/he is bothered by it even if it’s someone else being yelled at. *
29.When watching a TV show or a movie, easily empathizes with a character. *
30.When playing, the child is more likely to use toys as they’re intended to be used. *
31.Prefers real toys that imitate real life. *