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The effect of maternal language on bilingual children's vocabulary and emergent literacy development during Head Start and kindergarten

An examination of the relationships between maternal English and Spanish language use and both vocabulary and emergent literacy development over 2 years in Head Start and kindergarten, and an examination of differences by child gender, based on data from 72 mothers and their bilingual children in English immersion programs
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United States

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