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1. The research shows that pre-school children are capable of thinking in abstract terms.
2. Looking after pre-school children is very tiring.
3. Children graduate to the kindergarten, then pre-school, and then school.
4. The report underlines the importance of pre-school education.
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5. Ear infections are common in pre-school children.
6. The Halsey Report emphasized the value of a pre-school education.
7. It has been shown that the development of pre-school provision has a very marked effect on later offending.
8. In other words, pre-school attendance and university education are as unequally distributed today, as they were in the 1940s.
9. Pre-school facilities in general are mostly used by children of middle-class parents.
10. There are also independent schools that cater for pre-school children.
11. The government never pays any attention to pre-school education.
12. How can the Minister be complacent about pre-school provision?
13. Your child's pre-school days and infant and junior school years are vital in his future development.
14. Many pre-school poetry collections include material which presents negative images of older people.
15. Patching is more effective if done in the pre-school years.
16. Relatives remain the greatest source of carers for pre-school children; childminders account for 26 percent.
17. Objective: To know something about pinworm infection of pre-school children in the urban and rural of Kaifeng.
18. Please provide any playgroup or pre-school experience the applicant has.
19. Hope pre-school pedagogue can give children education they need.
20. As common children at pre-school age, the deaf-and-dumb children at pre-school age is emotional and emotion plays a very important role in their mental activity.
21. Money should be spent on compensatory programmes for deprived pre-school and infant-school children.
22. This probably reflects the balance of their training where the emphasis is upon pre-school aged children.
23. Autonomy was replaced by control-most notably through the national curriculum, now reaching pre-school education.
24. We met in each other's houses, and later in the pre-school play group.
25. He pledged more funding for pregnant women's nutrition, childhood immunisations, and pre-school programmes for underprivileged children.
26. Equally important as the links with the secondary sector are the links with pre-school and support services.
27. He also finds that children in poorer families miss out on pre-school reading, socialising and physical exercise (see diagram).
28. Britain has one of the worst records for state-run pre-school childcare in Western Europe.
29. A child's awareness of being an individual grows in stages during the pre-school years.
30. Liu Huiqing, vice-chair of the China Investment Association, felt sorry for pre-school bus accident.
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