preschooler

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n preschooler a child who attends a preschool or kindergarten
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Usage

In literature:

Approximately 50 percent of the children in elementary school have had their preschool education in the half day kindergartens.
"Area Handbook for Bulgaria" by Eugene K. Keefe, Violeta D. Baluyut, William Giloane, Anne K. Long, James M. Moore, and Neda A. Walpole
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In news:

Valeria Maldonado, Madison Thomas and Hailey Collins, preschoolers at Pickwick, described the behavior on each card in an exercise Thursday afternoon.
Program teaches preschool children respect, responsibility, safety.
OTTUMWA — You won't see pushing and shoving in Pickwick Elementary's preschool classes, only "please" and "thank you.
Reye (RYE) syndrome is a rare but potentially fatal illness of preschool and school-age children.
Had to mention these rhyme in the title because I have many teacher colleagues in preschool-grade 1 who love to read-aloud rhyming books and books in verse.
So, how can we further foster this roleplaying in our children so it thrives beyond preschool.
Outdoor preschool takes root on Vashon Island.
In Zambia, between 15 and 20 percent of the preschoolers are considered obese.
Preschool students discovering the many centers in their Professor Einstein's Exploratorium.
Temple Shalom Preschool unveils new science laboratory .
Beaufort resident volunteers at preschool in India.
Roseville preschoolers cycle for St Jude's.
A 3-feet-tall bronze statue stolen from a Charlotte preschool has been found undamaged in a woman's front yard.
Robert W Wilson, 51, who has been licensed since 1991, must take two courses — quality record-keeping and preschool vision screening — and undergo six hours of continuing education in pediatric patient exams.
Some studies have found that toddlers in preschool groups are more aggressive , on average, than toddlers who stay at home.
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In science:

Lin CJ, Lai KA, Kuan TS, Chou YL (2001) Correlating factors and clinical significance of flexible flatfoot in preschool children.
Natural gaits of the non-pathological flat foot and high-arched foot
Pfeiffer M, Kotz R, Ledl T, Hauser G, Sluga M (2006) Prevalence of flat foot in preschool-aged children.
Natural gaits of the non-pathological flat foot and high-arched foot
Ewing-Cobbs L, Fletcher JM, Levin HS, Francis DJ, Davidson K, Miner ME. Longitudinal neuropsychological outcome in infants and preschoolers with traumatic brain injury. J Int Neuropsychol Soc. 1997; 3(6): 581-591. 12. Saatman KE, Duhaime AC, Bullock R et al.
Establishing, versus Maintaining, Brain Function: A Neuro-computational Model of Cortical Reorganization after Injury to the Immature Brain
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