A teacher reading a story to a group of preschool students.
- The definition of preschool is someone or something related to children too young to attend school.
A book catering to 2-5 year old children is an example of a book that would be described as a preschool book.
- Preschool is an educational program or school environment targeted to young children before they attend kindergarten.
A school for children ages 2-5 who are too young for kindergarten is an example of preschool.
(comparative more preschool, superlative most preschool)
- A nursery school
(third-person singular simple present preschools, present participle preschooling, simple past and past participle preschooled)
- To provide nursery school education for.
- (intransitive) To undergo nursery school education.
- Many other games with very simple crafts such as building "Butterfly B's" out of toilet paper rolls and construction paper, or "Name Bingo" which helps kids learn the letters in their own name can be found at the Preschool Rainbow website.
- As preschool children are just learning to coordinate their social behavior, their interactions are often short and marked by frequent squabbles, and friendships are less stable than at later developmental stages.
- Like Transformers, the transforming toys are not preschool toys, and are appropriate for children older than five.Toy Archive has a list of GoBots, including their Machine Robo Numbers and their GoBot Numbers.
- The whole purpose of buying designer handbags is because you appreciate fashion, but everyone else around you will know you can't afford that Fendi when your clothes look like they were sewn during a preschool crafts festival.
- However, parents can give their children appropriate opportunities to separate from them during the toddler and preschool years by exposing them to activities such as preschool, playgroups, babysitters, and daycare.