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1 My son is reluctant to go to the kindergarten.
2 The kid was abducted at the gate of kindergarten.
3 There is a kindergarten behind my house.
4 These children hit it off well in the kindergarten.
5 Bring the children back from the kindergarten at four o'clock.
6 Children graduate to the kindergarten, then pre-school, and then school.
7 The head of the kindergarten has such a commanding voice that everyone there obeys her.
8 The kindergarten children were captivated by the variety of animals in the zoo.
9 You may find that each child in the kindergarten gives a different answer to the question.
10 Willy has to repeat kindergarten.
11 Mrs. Marks was my kindergarten teacher.
12 He made Henry Kissinger look like a kindergarten teacher.
13 But full-day kindergarten programs have their weaknesses, too.
14 Two philosophies are especially prevalent among kindergarten teachers.
15 Little tykes play in kindergarten.
16 Many kindergarten and first-grade classrooms probably overuse memorized texts.
17 My years at Sacred Heart, kindergarten through the middle of third grade,[www.Sentencedict.com] were a blur.
18 Too many children are entering kindergarten without basic skills of knowing colors, letters and numbers.
19 And these kindergarten programs may seem like a regression from full-day preschool programs.
20 Thee are excellent facilities for children, with a kindergarten and a kid's playground in the Kurpark.
21 Some teachers expect incoming kindergarten children to be able to sit for long periods of time concentrating on workbooks or worksheets.
22 The bodies and minds rub together from kindergarten to graduate study.
23 For all her aristocratic breeding, this innocent young kindergarten teacher felt totally at sea in the deferential hierarchy of Buckingham Palace.
24 The children's faces were brightened up when they saw their parents appear at the gate of the kindergarten.
25 Jessie has declared that she wants to be a kindergarten teacher.
26 I have many memories of the school, but none of them from kindergarten.
27 Diana was enrolled at a girls' day-school, Charles at a nearby kindergarten.
28 These governed other activities on behalf of the workers - such as cafeteria, warehousing, kindergarten and vacation facilities.
29 They may also fill out preschool worksheets intended as preparation for kindergarten reading and math.
30 Thus the movement is striking at the early stages: nursery school, kindergarten, and the lower grades.
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