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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.]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.kindergartener - 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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There will be seven workshops, including ``Easing Anxiety About Starting Kindergarten,'' ``Computer Basics'' and ``Keeping Your Kindergartener Healthy.
2) Toni and Troy Birdsong, left, watch their new kindergartener Zane through the window of his classroom at Edison Elementary.
Paschal Baylon student's work was among 35,000 entries submitted to the Third Annual Hewlett-Packard's Young Writer's Contest - and the only kindergartener nationwide to win, her teacher said.
Yesterday Palestinian kindergarteners protested Israel's jailing of 350 Palestinian children, in a march organized by the Hebron (Al-Khalil)-based group Human Rights Defenders and the Palestinian residents of Shuhada Street.
A security official says a train has collided with a bus carrying kindergarteners to their school in southern Egypt, killing at least 47.
A speeding train slammed into a bus carrying kindergarteners to their school as it crossed tracks.
The efforts of the Farm to School Program and Kindergarten Initiative, are popular with students, teachers, parents and especially kindergarteners.
Some of the highlights are: (1) The percentage of Maryland kindergarteners fully ready to start school increased to 81% in 2010-2011, up 3 points from 2009-2010.
During the march, a number of kindergarteners delivered poems on this glorious occasion, expressing their pride for the development achievements made in various fields.
But during National Public Health Week, members of DePaul University's Public Health Student Organization teamed up with volunteers from the group Get Healthy Chicago to teach Rowe Elementary kindergarteners how physical activity can be fun and that healthy snack choices are not necessarily boring.