Naglieri Nonverbal Abilities Test (“NNAT2®”), published by Pearson NNC, is a multiple-choice non-verbal test commonly used in the U.S. to identify gifted children. Schools often use the NNAT2® as a tool for admission into schools and programs for gifted and talented children or to measure scholastic achievement across all ages.
Children in pre-K through kindergarten take NNAT2® Test, which is aimed at assessing the child’s problem solving skills and visual-spatial reasoning skills. The test may be given individually or in a group setting and can be evaluated as a standalone or in combination with other tests.
TheNNAT2® is comprised of nonverbal questions broken into below four main categories:
- Pattern Completion
- Reasoning by Analogy
- Serial Reasoning
- Spatial Visualization
● Students are asked to fill in a missing section of an image.
● Students are asked to recognize relationship between shapes or figures.
● Students are asked to recognize sequences created by shapes or figures.
● Students are asked to combine two or more objects. Some questions may be more complex, asking students how objects could change after being rotated, folded or modified in any other way.
Our workbook features practice questions to cover all sections of the NNAT2® and provides extra questions across other areas to make an easier transition into more difficult problems. In addition, we include activities to balance out the workload and make this a fun experience for the children.