- of, relating to, or intended for a child between infancy and school age: new methods of preschool education.
- a school or nursery for preschool children.
Origin of preschool
Examples from the Web for preschool
Contemporary Examples of preschool
About half of these are preschool students with varying levels of special needs.Magical Gardens for the Blind, Deaf, and Disabled
October 22, 2014
These kinds of supports start as early as preschool, Osher said.Obama’s $120 Million School Safety Plan
June 16, 2014
Our schools are suspending or expelling a tremendous number of black students, and it begins as early as preschool.Are Black Students Unruly? Or is America Just Racist?
March 21, 2014
One preschool student costs Rosemount $12,000 per year, $18,000 for a toddler, and $27,500 for an infant.All Kids Want a Head Start
February 13, 2014
Specifically, Obama called for a $75 billion investment in preschool programs over the next ten years.The Biggest Broken Promises from Last Year’s State of the Union
January 28, 2014
Historical Examples of preschool
Approximately 50 percent of the children in elementary school have had their preschool education in the half day kindergartens.Area Handbook for Bulgaria
Eugene K. Keefe, Violeta D. Baluyut, William Giloane, Anne K. Long, James M. Moore, and Neda A. Walpole
For the preschool years we will help needy children become aware of the excitement of learning.
But though Jake needed a preschool child with intelligence, he did not realize the height of Jimmy Holden's.The Fourth R
George Oliver Smith
- (of a child) under the age at which compulsory education begins
- (of services) for or relating to preschool children