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playgroup

(ˈpleɪˌɡruːp)
n
(Social Welfare) a regular meeting of small children arranged by their parents or a welfare agency to give them an opportunity of supervised creative play. See also preschool, playschool
Translations
dětský kroužek
børnehave
leikkikerho
grupa za učenje kroz igru
プレイグループ
사설 보육원
förskola
กลุ่มเล่นของเด็ก
nhóm chơi cho trẻ em

playgroup

[ˈpleɪˌgruːp] Njardín m de infancia, guardería f, kinder m (LAm)

playgroup

[ˈpleɪgruːp] ngarderie f
to go to playgroup → aller à la garderie
James goes to playgroup two mornings a week → James va à la garderie deux matinées par semaine.

playgroup

[ˈpleɪˌgruːp] nasilo

playgroup

حِضَانَة dětský kroužek børnehave Spielgruppe ομάδα παιχνιδιού ludoteca leikkikerho garderie grupa za učenje kroz igru ludoteca プレイグループ 사설 보육원 peuterklas lekegruppe grupa zabaw jardim de infância детский сад förskola กลุ่มเล่นของเด็ก çocuk oyun grubu nhóm chơi cho trẻ em 幼儿游戏组
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ALL Saints Playgroup was delighted to welcome Luciana Berger, Labour Member of Parliament for Liverpool Wavertree constituency, to celebrate their "Outstanding" playgroup.
Talented youngsters from St Ninians playgroup were in fine voice as they performed their last ever end-of-term festive show - with the playgroup set to close next month.
A community playgroup that helps families connect with each other, first-time parents and the natural environment has won this years Ministers Award for Innovation and Excellence in the Victoria Annual Playgroup Awards 2017.
MARSDEN Playgroup has celebrated its 50th anniversary with a party.
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Three staff at St Bride's Major Playgroup are among those who have signed up to the programme and will be studying for apprenticeships.
This differs to a supported playgroup that is operated by an organisation, and is usually facilitated by early childhood educators (Knaus & Warren, 2015).
Little Charlie Nunn was pleading with mums and dads to give him some friends to play with in 1999, when the two-year-old found himself the only child left at Kirklevington Old School Playgroup.
A PLAYGROUP which has looked after thousands of children - including generations from the same families - has closed.
NINETEEN children from Play Days Playgroup & Plus 2's Groups at St Stephen's Church, Rednal, received a visit from the Easter Bunny during their egg hunts.
AMUCH-LOVED village playgroup in Northumberland is facing a fight against closure.
I WOULD like to thank Royston Ffrench for his magnificent fundraising efforts for the playgroup that I run, which, coincidentally, is where his daughter Isabelle attends.