Examples of childhood in a Sentence
diseases that can occur in childhood
Both men had unhappy childhoods.
Recent Examples of childhood from the Web
Vanner's daughter, Kenneasha Williams, 25, of Detroit, told the Free Press that her mother last was seen leaving her son's home on Grandmont with a man, who Williams said was a childhood friend of Vanner.
Now, the two have posted the most adorable side by side pic of their childhood selves, microphones in hand (no surprise there!), with a preview of the lyrics to the song.
The post-picnic tableau is certainly striking, as is a flashback to Jack's childhood, observing field workers cutting the meadows with scythes.
The KidsMatter’s imitative ParentsMatterToo also provides a multitude of videos offering parents advice on a variety of childhood issues.
Many adults enjoy rediscovering treasured childhood tales with their own offspring.
The main thing about childhood was to get out of it.
Some evidence suggests that how quickly babies learn new words predicts later proclivity; loquacious children tend to be loquacious in later childhood, too.
His mother, Becky, taught early childhood special education.
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CHILDHOOD Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of childhood for English Language Learners
: the period of time when a person is a child
CHILDHOOD Defined for Kids
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