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Red light, purple light: Findings from a randomized trial using circle time games to improve behavioral self-regulation in preschool

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A study of the impact of several circle time games on changes in behavioral self-regulation, letter-word identification, expressive vocabulary, and mathematical operations abilities over the prekindergarten year, based on experimental data from 65 preschool children in two child development centers in Oregon
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Reports & Papers
Country:
United States
State(s):
Oregon

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