use preschool in a sentence.
Today Google Preschool, tomorrow Google K through 12.
How many Canadians clicked through expecting this to be something relevant to your preschool children?
You obviously didn't go to one of the top ten preschools then :)
What preschooler drew up this idea?
I somehow suspect that the opposite would be true for, say, preschool teachers or nurses.
A "most cooperative" star in preschool is a negative not a positive.
Perhaps related, "Preschool: The Best Job-Training Program":
Private preschool admissions are based primarily on the socioeconomic status of the parents, as detected during the interview.
Poor children attending preschool doesn't necessarily mean that schooling is the answer.
Yes, it must be the case that not every child loves preschool.
I wonder if the usage of the term preschool is important.
But on ranking preschools...?
Even if there is no difference to the kid from preschool and he doesn't 'need' it, then still I need it myself.
Both me and my wife are working; so lack of preschool would mean one of us dropping out of our careers and self-actualization for many years.
A generation earlier (when I and my wife were raised) the solution was to use retired grandparents; but frankly the nannies at our preschool are doing a far better job than my mother, grandmother or mother-in-law does when we leave kids at them.
I'm curious to know if you sent your kids to preschool or just homeschooled your kids all along?
I've had to wear glasses since I was in preschool.