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Letter knowledge, phonological processing, and print knowledge: Skill development in nonreading preschool children

An evaluation of the impact of an early literacy program on low income preschool children's early literacy skills, examining their improvement over five months in terms of letter knowledge skills and the relation among the changes and phonological processing and print knowledge
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United States

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