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The ability of children and adults lo produce symbolic and non-symbolic magnitude estimations was examined and related to chiidren's familiarity with numbers. Six-year-old kindergartners, 7-year-old first graders, 9-year-old third graders and adults made symbolic estimations either by saying number words that matched to numbers of <lots (i.e., perception task) or by generating numbers of dots that matched to given number words (i.e., production task). In the non-symbolic estimation task,doi:10.17170/kobra-202103153516 fatcat:qdc2i2jkqjbeboc3c3hdmfhjoi