© 2019, Ankara University. All rights reserved.The aim of this study is to investigate the psychometric properties of the Turkish Aadaptation of Children’s Independent Learning Development Checklist (CHILD 3-5), developed by (Whitebread et al., 2009) and colleagues for assessing young children’s self-regulated learning. Towards this aim, data were gathered from two different samples. In the first phase (N=252) item statistics and factor structure of the 22-item scale were explored and due to pyschometric problems, 6 items removed from further analysis. Psychometric properties of the new 16-item scale were tested in the second phase (N=197). Test-retest reliability of the scale was calculated as .961 and internal consistency for the scale was .968. For validity, difference between the upper 27% and lower 27% of the total group were calculated and significant difference was found between the two groups. Results showed that the Turkish form of CHILD 3-5 scale is a reliable and valid tool to be used for assessing young children’s self-regulated learning.