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Assessing preschool number sense: Skills demonstrated by children prior to school entry

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A study of the relationships between mathematics difficulties, receptive vocabulary, and mathematical skills, a second study of essential components of early number sense, and a third study of the relationship between receptive vocabulary and mathematics skills and both type of early childhood setting and gender for 176 children at preschools and child care centers in a socially inclusive urban area of Sydney, Australia
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