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[pree-skoo-ler] /ˈpriˈsku lər/
a child below the official school starting age, usually a child up to age five.
Origin of preschooler
1945-50; preschool + -er1 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • We offer many windows on the world to help you guide your curious preschooler toward safe and fun exploration of the world.
  • Help your preschooler eat well, be active, and be healthy.
  • Offer your preschooler water and fat-free or low-fat milk as beverage choices.
  • Your preschooler's food needs also depend on how fast he or she is growing and other factors.
  • Regularly scheduled meal and snack times help your preschooler learn structure for eating.
  • Your preschooler's growth over time is an important sign of good health and nutrition.
  • Central to the success of promoting preschooler involvement in sports are the roles that teachers and kindergartens play.
  • The scale points in between describe the levels leading to the maturation potentially possible for a preschooler.
  • It is normal for your preschooler to prefer familiar foods and be afraid to try new things.
  • For a period of time, your preschooler may only eat a certain type of food.

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