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  • noun A group of children who meet together for supervised play.

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Examples

  • I brought it to playgroup (half of our playgroup is pregnant, so while I do plan to host soon, I still enjoy baking for other people and they are pregnant and tired so why not), so my pictures are not the best.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • I brought it to playgroup (half of our playgroup is pregnant, so while I do plan to host soon, I still enjoy baking for other people and they are pregnant and tired so why not), so my pictures are not the best.

    Lime & Thyme Blueberry Pound Cake

  • A friend of mine from Sammy’s playgroup is running a Kindermusik class this fall and she had our playgroup over as a practice run.

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • A friend of mine from Sammy’s playgroup is running a Kindermusik class this fall and she had our playgroup over as a practice run.

    Quick Breads: Lemon Blueberry & Cappuccino with Shaved Chocolate

  • November 20, 2008 (LifeSiteNews. com) - A Family Court judge in Germany has ruled that the children of a homeschooling family should be returned to the parental home on the condition that their school-aged children be enrolled in a state-approved school and the three-year-old in a "playgroup" for "socialization outside the family."

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  • As I listened to the podcast I was returned immediately to my days in playgroup which is where I learnt all the secret women’s business of what it meant to be a mother.

    Baby blogs

  • As I listened to the podcast I was returned immediately to my days in playgroup which is where I learnt all the secret women’s business of what it meant to be a mother.

    Archive 2006-04-01

  • Because weekly worship tends not to be a focus for Reform Jews, most Beth Emet members stay connected largely through an extensive menu of nonworship activities, such as the early childhood program, which includes a drop-in playgroup, a weekday nursery school, a Sunday school, and a summer camp.

    American Grace

  • The dad at the playground or at the "Mommy and Me" playgroup doesn't have to cower over in the corner.

    Tom Matlack: Proud To Be A Stay-At-Home Dad?

  • The dad at the playground or at the "Mommy and Me" playgroup doesn't have to cower over in the corner.

    Tom Matlack: Proud To Be A Stay-At-Home Dad?

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