The purpose of this paper is to report on the development of paper-and-pencil tasks designed for the New York City Board of Education, called, "Piaget for First-Grade Teachers: A Guide for Understanding Intellectual Development" (RM-66-09). Written exercise materials were designed for both instruction and evaluation in six areas: Shapes and Forms; Spatial Relations; Time Concepts; Communication Skills; Mathematical Understanding; and Logical Reasoning. Each area's materials included five exercises. A brief description of the types of items in each area is included and samples are attached. Some of the items represent attempts to translate into pencil-and-paper form tasks investigated by Piaget to study development of cognitive skills and behaviors.