Recent Examples of preschooler from the Web
Preschool teachers will notify parents of their preschooler’s starting date and time.
And everyone at the party was going home with a gift bag: photos of Edwards with his wife, Trina, and preschooler son Eli, a souvenir magazine and a commemorative poster.
The school for preschoolers and older children with autism had provided more than than a third of Faith’s income since moving into the space, giving the church new life.
Kids can enjoy three large water slides and a smaller slide for preschoolers, a field of bubbles, crafts, giveaways, music, concessions and more at the park at 300 S. Military Trail in Boca Raton.
After all, my daughter was a preschooler when I was diagnosed.
Petro said the designs can range from preschooler masterpieces to experienced crafters' works of art.
Many local infants, toddlers and preschoolers spend a huge chunk of their day in child-care centers that contain lead paint.
Parents are receiving guidance from Planned Parenthood and other liberal bastions on how to talk to preschoolers about transgenderism and masturbation.
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First Known Use of preschooler
PRESCHOOLER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of preschooler for English Language Learners
: a child who is old enough to talk and walk but who is too young to go to school
: a child who goes to a preschool
PRESCHOOLER Defined for Kids
Definition of preschooler for Students
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