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Cross-cultural comparisons of 5-year-olds' estimating and mathematical ability

A study of the association between estimation and math ability, a second study of the relationship between math ability and estimation on a range of number line scales, and a third study to test for cross-cultural differences in estimation skill, based on data from 85 Chinese and 103 Scottish kindergarteners
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Scotland; United Kingdom; China

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