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A correlational study suggests a relationship between the number of books in the home and children's reading competence in the primary grades. Which one of the following is an appropriate conclusion, based on these findings?

▸ Children who are competent readers will ask for more books.

▸ Having books in the home will lead to reading competence in school.

▸ Children who don't like to read typically have few books at home.

▸ The number of books in the home and later reading performance appear to be related.
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Early Childhood Development: A Multicultural Perspective


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The number of books in the home and later reading performance appear to be related.
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