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Name writing and letter knowledge in preschoolers: Incongruities in skills and the usefulness of name writing as a developmental indicator

An inquiry into the relationship between name-writing and letter recognition, and a discussion of the usefulness of name-writing as an indicator of children's emergent literacy skills, based on assessments of 114 preschool children from 5 child care centers in the Midwestern United States
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United States

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