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Which of the following best describes the spontaneous writing of typically developing six-year-olds?

▸ They write in a conventional way, using mostly adult letters and spelling but producing far shorter sentences.

▸ They write full words, making up spellings they don't know using letters they do know.

▸ They write mainly in cursive, emulating their teacher's or parent's writing.

▸ They use a scribble writing that closely resembles adult manuscript but contains few actual letters.
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They write full words, making up spellings they don't know using letters they do know.
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