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““Yep Goldberg's connections go something like this: Kindergarten is a German word, the Nazis were German, Liberals like pre-Kindergarten programs, therefore liberals are Nazis.””
“Yep Goldberg's connections go something like this: Kindergarten is a German word, the Nazis were German, Liberals like pre-Kindergarten programs, therefore liberals are Nazis.”
“So he invented the term Kindergarten, garden of children, and called the superintendents “children's gardeners.” ””
“Well, I learned in Kindergarten to make your wishlist for Santa right in time.”
“More than two decades ago, the Unitarian minister Robert Fulghum achieved bestsellerdom with All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten, a small book that offered twee advice such as, “Warm cookies and cold milk are good for you” and “Flush.””
“Us department of education 2003 document containing information of the percentage of children ages 3-5 not yet enrolled in Kindergarten who participated in home literacy activites with a family member three or more times in a week”
“One of the second graders invited my son (who is in Kindergarten) to play with them after school one afternoon.”
“When my kids were in Kindergarten, they wanted to read these things over and over again.”
“While in Kindergarten, each time I walked down the hall for occupational therapy, I was allowed to choose an artificial flower from a large cardboard box to fasten to my walker.”
“I was 5 in Kindergarten (actually, 4 on the first day as my birthday is in early September) and the principal and teacher agreed that I should be delayed one or two years.”
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Loanwords from German -- some established, some wet behind the ears -- that are difficult to spell, pronounce, or remember.
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