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Empowering preschool children with the language of math adds up to stronger skills

(Purdue University) Teaching preschool children simple math-related vocabulary and concepts, such as 'more,' 'a lot,' 'some' and 'fewer,' improves their mathematical skills, according to a new a study from Purdue University.
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