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Pathways to literacy: Connections between family assets and preschool children?s emergent literacy skills

An examination of the relationships between family resources, routines, parenting stress, and parent-child activities and children's print knowledge, reading interest, and emergent writing, from 85 assessments of preschool-aged children and their parents' responses to questionnaires, examined initially, and 1 year later
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United States

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