Pathways has sensory motor checklists for ages birth to 7 years. They’re available at https://pathways.org/
Parents check off how their child is doing in these areas: play and social skills, coordination, daily activities, and self-expression. The instructions state “It is important to look at your child’s overall tendencies and clusters of behavior. One or two concerns should not cause alarm. However, if your child is not frequently and consistently demonstrating more than a few of the listed items in each category, print the list, check your concerns, and discuss them with your healthcare professional.”
This is a helpful easy to use tool that’s free to use and can be copied freely. They also have good information on their site about Sensory Integration and signs that a child has a sensory issue.
You can also check out
- the research validated ASQ questionnaire – that article also has information about how to interpret results of screenings
- my list of Resources for Understanding Child Development and
- Accessing Developmental Screenings for concerns.