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Synonyms for playschool

a small informal nursery group meeting for half-day sessions


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The structure collapsed just about 20 minutes before the playschool was to start at 9am, the father of a two-year-old playschool-goer said.
The owner of the playschool, Poonam, was arrested on the grounds of negligence on Friday.
Pre-school treats like Playschool punctuated any mornings which were spent in the house, while I remember my older sister being hooked on Multi-Coloured Swap-Shop.
He said: "Liam is doing really well, we crossed another milestone this week when he ate his first cooked meal - and he fed himself in playschool - for the first time since late last year.
They also made a donation to a local child care playschool that uses buses to take the children out and about and gave some money to an organisation that takes underprivileged kids to watch Middlesbrough FC play.
org is a wonderful site, inviting visitors to enter through The Red Door which reminded me very much of a childhood spent watching Playschool, but I digress.
A DAD has raised hundreds of pounds for the Leamington playschool his two children have attended.
The Girl Who Tamed Her Wonder Worm" is a brightly illuminated story about a four-year old girl named Jill who faces her doubts and worries about attending a new playschool and "tames her wonder worm.
Five schools and nurseries were closed yesterday - Drumoyne Primary, Nethan Street Nursery and St Roch's playschool, all in Glasgow, as well as Glenfield Nursery and St Paul's Primary, both in Paisley.
Doesn't it say it all when toddlers turn up at playschool smelling like an ashtray?
Since then, through 2008, a number of activities have been undertaken: village playschool committees have been created; road shows have been organized and have traveled from district to district to explain the nature and benefits of mother tongue education, to plan play- and pre-schools, and to recruit parents to help at schools and other persons, particularly pensioners, to help develop and produce classroom materials.
A PLAYSCHOOL forced to shut its doors after vandal attacks two years ago has reopened.
Miss Gail, who runs the playschool, has dedicated her time to looking after the children over many years.
Bella loves all the sweaters that her Nonna knit for her, but her favourite sweater is soft, furry, and white, just like the bunny at playschool.
Brooks have led several garden tours for members of the local Parkdale deanery, professors and students from U of T, delegates to the 16th International AIDS Conference who attended the ecumenical pre-conference, and parents and children from Huron Playschool, which operates in the church basement.