Origin of kindergarten
OTHER WORDS FROM kindergartenpre·kin·der·gar·ten, noun, adjective
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How to use kindergarten in a sentence
Turns out those kindergarten lessons I learned were wrong, and it’s not just what’s on the inside that matters.Popeyes’ new fish sandwich is a muted sequel to the chicken sandwich blockbuster of 2019|Emily Heil|February 12, 2021|Washington Post
Immigration is inherently traumatic, Yeun says, recalling the shock of being dropped off at kindergarten in a brand new country when he couldn’t yet speak the language.
“Kids and teachers need a mental health day,” said Shelly Kay, a retired kindergarten teacher in Michigan.
Nonetheless, it was possible to attend an American public school from kindergarten through 12th grade without ever taking a standardized test of academic or mental ability.
At first, her young son didn’t understand why they left Honduras, their family, and his friends from kindergarten.A Maryland couple opened their home to a Honduran mother and son. They ended up sharing more than space.|Stephanie García|January 30, 2021|Washington Post
It covers kindergarten through 8th grade and has $3,825 annual tuition, but fundraising allows many to get $1,500 in tuition aid.
Now, some of the kindergarten children were standing straight as soldiers in a line at the door of their first-floor classroom.
And before that I taught kindergarten in another school for 21 years.
Many cases were kindergarten age, and EV-68 accounted for more than 80 percent of cases.
He was able to go to the beach, to the park, and even to his kindergarten graduation.Canadian Parents Risk Jail to Give Sick Kid Marijuana|Tim Mak|July 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST
You were, when you entered grammar school that was kindergarten you were only four and half years old.Warren Commission (11 of 26): Hearings Vol. XI (of 15)|The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy
About the time this club was established the kindergarten had been added to the vocabulary of philanthropists.
There was no kindergarten in connection with the Settlement, nor room for one, but one was greatly needed.
Cleanliness was imposed on their own children, and exacted from other mothers of kindergarten children.
If you'll get a line on that school business, I'll start right in, if I have to start in the kindergarten.Quin|Alice Hegan Rice