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|Parents` Attitudes Towards Emergent Literacy, Home Literacy Activity and Children`s Vocabulary, Concepts about Print in Low-Income Families|
|Korean J Child Stud. 2008;29(4):199-212.|
Engagement with print: Low-income families and Head Start children
Print Literacy Engagement of Parents From Low-Income Backgrounds: Implications for Adult and Family Literacy Programs
Home literacy environments, interest in reading and emergent literacy skills of children with Down syndrome versus typical children
Home literacy activities: Accounting for differences in early grade literacy outcomes in low-income families in Zambia
Enhancing vocabulary, print awareness and phonological awareness through shared storybook reading with low-income preschoolers
What can Parents' Self-report of Reading Difficulties Tell Us about Their Children's Emergent Literacy at School Entry?
A Home Literacy Inventory
The relationship between home literacy practices and developmental trajectories of emergent literacy and conventional literacy skills for Korean children
A critical appraisal of Marie Clay's 'Concepts About Print Test'
Towards a model of word reading acquisition in children from low income backgrounds
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