from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A child who is not old enough to attend kindergarten.
- n. A child who is enrolled in a preschool.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A child who is educated at preschool.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a child who attends a preschool or kindergarten
(But than again, 120 minute wait for ANYTHING in the hot sun with a preschooler is not worth it!)
I love that your preschooler is doing woodworking!
This is late-Victorian London, rendered in terms a preschooler can grasp.
The preschooler was the daughter of the alleged shooter and his girlfriend.
There was a time when Grace was a preschooler, Mary Catherine a toddler and Tessa a baby, when Seena did melt into Dick, when he had felt her love.
Finally . . . come on, Maggie, Phoebe coaxed, sounding more like a preschooler than a college student.
They had been waiting until they figured out a way to explain it to him, since the "when two people love each other..." doesn't work since both parents happen to be in same sex relationships, and trying to explain in vitro fertilization to a preschooler is not the best idea.
However competent I am at dressing the bottom half of me for a preschooler, I completely fall apart on the top half.
Angie is so grateful she had the right combination of opportunities beginning with her parents' commitment to her education, and grateful for the great start she had as a preschooler.
"I had never seen so much color," Angelica Salazar recalls of her first days as a Head Start preschooler in Duarte, Calif.