Kindergarten (noun)

  1. A school or class for children usually between the ages of four and six.
  2. A place where young children are cared for and educated during the day.

Origin:

Mid 19th century: from german kindergarten, literally "children"s garden".

Examples:

  1. He went to kindergarten.
  2. She taught kindergarten.
  3. The kindergarten class had 20 students.
  4. The kindergarten curriculum included reading and math.
  5. The kindergarten had a playground.
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