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.


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


  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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