Preschool

  • (noun): An educational institution for children too young for elementary school.

Some articles on preschool:

Canberra Preschool Society
... The Canberra Preschool Society Incorporated is a volunteer organisation, and peak body in education advocacy, in the Australian Capital Territory ... Society provides services and a focal group for more than 8000 people connected with preschool education ...
Canberra Preschool Society - Organisation - Membership - Group Membership
... organisations most commonly with a direct connection to a local preschool ... The type of organisation known as Preschool Parents Association makes up more than 90% of the Society's membership ... A Preschool Parents Association, in the Australian Capital Territory, is an organisation originally founded as a partner with the government for the establishment and material support of a ...
Andrea Beck
... Andrea Beck is a Montreal-born author living in Unionville, Ontario, who is best known for her Elliot Moose books ... Elliot's Emergency, Kids Can Press, 1998 ...
Boys And Girls Harbor - Current Boys and Girls Harbor Locations in New York City
... facility)- Charter School, High School, Performing Arts Conservatory, Preschool, Universal Pre-Kindergarten, After-School and Summer Programs, Behavioral Health Services, and the Literacy Center. 1330 Fifth Avenue- Harbor Family Horizons Preschool, Universal Pre-Kindergarten, and Family Horizons Center. 1299 Amsterdam Avenue- Grant Day Care, Preschool, Universal Pre-Kindergarten, and After-School and Summer Programs ...
List Of Schools In San Pedro Sula - Preschool
... Trilingual School Little Feet Elementary School Agape Christian Academy, Preschool Blog Villasturias Bilingual School Adonay Bilingual School ...

Famous quotes containing the word preschool:

    Your preschool child will chatter endlessly to you. If you half-listen and half-reply the whole conversation will seem, and become, tediously meaningless for both of you. but if you really listen and really answer, he will talk more and what he says will make more sense.
    Penelope Leach (20th century)

    The academic expectations for a child just beginning school are minimal. You want your child to come to preschool feeling happy, reasonably secure, and eager to explore and learn.
    Bettye M. Caldwell (20th century)

    If there is a price to pay for the privilege of spending the early years of child rearing in the driver’s seat, it is our reluctance, our inability, to tolerate being demoted to the backseat. Spurred by our success in programming our children during the preschool years, we may find it difficult to forgo in later states the level of control that once afforded us so much satisfaction.
    Melinda M. Marshall (20th century)