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Topic: Pre school

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpreschoolpre‧school1, pre-school /ˈpriːskuːl/ adjective  SEPrelating to the time in a child’s life before they are old enough to go to school preschool children
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preschoolBetween 1987 and 1992, the number of preschool children living in poverty increased from 5 to 6 million.Mattel Media also will create multimedia games for its Hot Wheels racing toys and several preschool games.They may also fill out preschool worksheets intended as preparation for kindergarten reading and math.In the preschool years, dads' involvement with their school-age children also yields continuing dividends in intellectual and social development.The right-brain compensatory ability seems to be lost for most of us sometime in the preschool years.