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Emergence of representation in drawing: The relation between dynamic and referential aspects.
Joint storybook reading and joint writing interventions among low SES preschoolers: Differential contribution to early literacy.
Early Childhood Research Quarterly,
Mother–child joint writing in low SES: Sociocultural factors, maternal mediation, and emergent literacy.
Letters, sounds, and symbols: Changes in children's understanding of written language.
What's in a name? Children's name writing and literacy acquisition.
Reading Research Quarterly,
MachadoS. F., &
Young children's plans differ for writing and drawing.
GombertJ. E., &
Writing in preliterate children.
Learning and Instruction,
How is emergent writing based on drawing? Analyses of children's products and their sorting by children and mothers.
Mommy, how do you write “Sarah?”: The role of name writing in one child's literacy.
Journal of Research in Childhood Education,
JusczykP. W., &
Infants' recognition of the sound patterns of their own names.
ShareD. C., &
On the contribution of kindergarten writing to grade 1 literacy: A longitudinal study in Hebrew.
Writing in preschoolers: An age-related analysis.
What's in a name? Children's knowledge about the letters in their own names.
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology,
The role of letter names in the acquisition of literacy.
Advances in Child Development and Behavior,
Children's own names influence their spelling.
Beyond zebra: Preschoolers' knowledge about letters.
VillaumeS. K., &
Preschool children's explorations of letters in their own names.