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  • n. Plural form of kindergartner.

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  • The program for kindergartners is more condensed; students attend one lesson each week for six weeks, said parent Eloise Keary, who is in charge of scheduling and training for the PTA's planetarium committee.

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  • The best way to teach ESL to kindergartners is at more. starfall.com

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  • And, of course, the current outrage among middle class NYC parents who can no longer afford private school for their kindergartners is the outcome.

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  • Americans is who is going to pick our orange juice for $50 an hour, which we can't do on account of the fact that Raila Odinga wants to tax not just the RICH, but the Sexual Education Class for kindergartners, which is why YOU MUST VOTE for What's-His-Name, who ABSOULTELY AND COMPLETELY has a plan to catch Harry Pelosi, and whom Republicans only nominated because the rest of their candidates were total ball-sacks.

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  • The trio - mom, Michaela and Declan taking it all in - walk back to the kindergarten wing and wait for the teachers to call the kindergartners into line.

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  • "In my mind, the expectations for our kindergartners should be a little higher, but that doesn't mean the practice should be more rigid," says Valerie Gumes, principal of the Haynes Early Education Center in Roxbury.

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  • He has run advertisements labeling Mr. Obama as a celebrity and other spots saying that Mr. Obama would raise taxes and that he had supported the teaching of sex education to kindergartners, which is false.

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  • "The latest one accuses Obama in the Illinois legislature of supporting sex-ed for kindergartners, which is a total lie about the nature of that piece of legislation in Illinois, to me it set a new low," Alter said on "Charlie Rose" Thursday.

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  • But some experts say they are increasingly seeing behavior that is out of synch with expected development, such as kindergartners who engage in frequent fighting, aggression, tantrums or a persistent inability to cooperate with others.

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  • “In my mind, the expectations for our kindergartners should be a little higher, but that doesn’t mean the practice should be more rigid,” says Valerie Gumes, principal of the Haynes Early Education Center in Roxbury.

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