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also kin·der·gar·ten·er  (kĭn′dər-gärt′nər, -gärd′-)
1. A child who attends kindergarten.
2. A teacher in a kindergarten.

[German Kindergärtner, from Kindergarten, kindergarten; see kindergarten.]


A child who attends a kindergarten, or a teacher at a kindergarten.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.kindergartner - a child who attends a preschool or kindergarten
child, kid, minor, nipper, tiddler, youngster, tike, shaver, small fry, nestling, fry, tyke - a young person of either sex; "she writes books for children"; "they're just kids"; "`tiddler' is a British term for youngster"
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David Parker is furious that his kindergartner brought home from school a picture book that showed two morns and their children washing a poodle.
Kindergartner Mario Gutierrez bought a Spiderman toy for himself as well as gifts for his family.
Workshops are ``Support for English Language Learners,'' ``Understanding Your Kindergartner,'' ``Grade Level Expectations,'' ``Health and Safety,'' ``Committees and Volunteering in the Classroom,'' ``Children with Unique Needs,'' and ``Dual Immersion Program.
She describes corn dogs as something you can taste, when a kindergartner blurts out in English that he doesn't want a corn dog.
One of the school's seven autistic children was in the class, along with another kindergartner with Down syndrome.
Pretty good for a kindergartner,'' Galina Silverman, 31, of Encino said after seeing her daughter Rita's piece.
Board member David Tokofsky quipped: ``What should I be doing with my kindergartner to instill aggressive capitalistic behavior?
His class' trip to the farm is one of several throughout the year, and each Worcester Public School kindergartner has access to the same types of experiences through the initiative.
The Shining Stars series has separate kindergartner, 1st-grade, and 2nd- and 3rd-grade pamphlets.
Kindergartners in public schools were most likely to attend full-day programs if they lived in the South, compared with any other region.
In the beginning, I became interested in, "How do we know when kindergartners are ready for first grade?
More than 750,000 kindergartners listened and learned as Slyde addressed safety basics.