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The relationship between preschool block play and reading and maths abilities in early elementary school: A longitudinal study of children with and without disabilities

A longitudinal investigation of the predictive correlation between symbolic representations in block play in preschool and children's reading and math skills in elementary school, and a comparison of this relationship in groups of children with and without disabilities, based on a sample of 51 children in an inclusive program followed from preschool until early elementary school
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United States

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