Early childhood literacy

Most preschoolers can produce:
a. all the vowel sounds
b. all the sounds in their native language
c. all consonants
d. accurate productions of all sounds

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asked by Frankie
  1. I'll be glad to check your answer.

  2. I'm torn between b and c.

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    posted by Frankie
  3. I'd go with b. I've heard tiny children miss some consonants -- kitty (without the t's) and similar words.

  4. All consonants

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