Four- to six-year-olds’ ratio reasoning-from 2D to 3D quantities

Thinking and Reasoning 27 (2):212-238 (2020)
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Recent research has suggested that young children may have primitive knowledge of ratio and proportions. However, it is unclear how precisely young children represent ratio magnitudes and how well...

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