Kindergarten [noun]

Definition of Kindergarten:

nursery school

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Sentence/Example of Kindergarten:

Turns out those kindergarten lessons I learned were wrong, and it’s not just what’s on the inside that matters.

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.

An entire generation of Americans who grew up during an epoch of horrific school shootings have learned since kindergarten what to do when an outside threat enters the building.

Parents drop off their kids at kindergarten on day one until 12th grade and trust their schools.

The parent organization, the Boy Scouts of America, and the Cub Scouts, a program serving children from kindergarten through fifth grade, kept their names.

Certain key transitional grades like kindergarten, fifth and eighth grade might be slammed with students.

That means it’s not just parents opting to skip kindergarten – which is technically allowed in California.