preschooler

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pre·school·er

 (prē′sko͞o′lər)
n.
1. A child who is not old enough to attend kindergarten.
2. A child who is enrolled in a preschool.

preschooler

(ˈpriːskuːlə) or

pre-schooler

n
a child attending preschool
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.preschooler - 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"
Translations
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preschooler

pre-schooler [ˈpriːskuːlər] nenfant m/f d'âge préscolaire

preschooler

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Foot's bold drawings are set against bright backgrounds, and are likely to engage the pre-schooler.
Itas easy to imagine a pre-schooler getting inspired to create his or her own jokes about reading to animals.
It's wrong in the same way as anyone who isn't a pre-schooler wearing Crocs is wrong, and it has to stop.
What a soul," said Rob DiMuro, her basketball coach at Notre Dame High of Sherman Oaks who had known Dixon since she was a pre-schooler.
As a pre-schooler, I went to a private school where vegetarianism wasn't so uncommon, and I really didn't see much meat around school.
It wasn't pretty - and the builders in the street outside would have been forgiven for thinking torture of a pre-schooler was taking place - but at least now I can wear my open-toe sandals without bringing shame on the family.
Clearly designed for the pre-schooler, this activity-based picture book is an ideal text to encourage a youngster to be able to count to one hundred and at the same time, have fun.
The group has also been nominated for the two other categories: the best national baby and toddler development activity and also the best national pre-schooler development activity.
Once in a while, let your pre-schooler take over telling the story - this gives your child the opportunity to practice talking and taking turns.
Whether it's a pre-schooler such as Spot the Dog,or Recess for older children, good animation should involve a narrative the child can follow,plus visual gags to keep their interest.
My only criticism is that racing from preconception to the pre-schooler in 200 or so pages, leaves the Biddulphs merely touching on some subjects you wish they expand further.
Paul Michael, managing director of Pepper's Ghost Productions, which created Tiny Planets, said, ``We undertook the research to delve into the lifestyle of a pre-schooler today and to see what makes our audience tick.