How To Use Kindergartener In A Sentence

  • Torn between the aspect of keeping his lousy grade and keeping up with snot-nosed kindergarteners, he sat in the lounge and rolled his papers between his hands uncertainly.
  • The answers we've heard are heartbreaking: a fourth grader who thinks he's stupid because his undiagnosed dyslexia means he can't read even a single word, a second grader who stays in a homeless shelter and is too scared to sleep at night, a kindergartener whose family ran out of food stamps before the end of the month and is too hungry to pay attention. Judith Sandalow: Suspended Disbelief
  • As any Montessori kindergartener can handle serving, eating, and cleaning-up after himself, a teacher shouldn't need to be an educational wizard to turn the daily at-desk breakfast routine into a teachable moment on personable responsibility. Jacqueline Edelberg: Chicago Schools Serve Up Breakfast, But Not Everyone's Happy
  • You couldnt impart the knowledge of how to tie shoed to a kindergartener. Think Progress » Beck To Headline Texas Event With Rick Perry, The Man He Once Said He Wanted To ‘French Kiss’
  • Nicholas has played the vihuela for about a year though he started out playing the guitar, something he picked up as a kindergartener. Bakersfield.com Latest news
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  • Since the 1970s, several schools scattered around New Hampshire have placed kindergarteners in what they call readiness classes for up to a year before starting first grade; the classes are usually smaller and promote social development as much as academics. Eugenics is Alive and as Sick as Ever in Rockland County, New York
  • Although busy with her own friends and work, Lillian took the time to listen to the trials of a not-so-eager kindergartener, a defiant tomboy, an awkward adolescent and a rebellious college student.
  • Charles Krauthammer noted the near-complete absence of people other than Michelle Obama who stood up to testify from personal knowledge about Obama's life or work an ABC News report at the time, entitled "Sex Ed for Kindergarteners 'Right Thing to Do,' Says Obama," - a title undoubtedly craftily planted many months in advance by the McCain campaign, kinda like the way Baseball Crank
  • But how many times have you used the word evil to describe the untold suffering the Church imposes on impoverished families denied contraception; or the lies told to protect belief; or the propaganda that turns resource wars into holy wars; or the specter of kind-faced volunteers threatening kindergarteners with hell? Valerie Tarico: Should Freethinkers Shun Or Claim The Language Of Spirituality?
  • The final montage of the "Poker Face" music video makes the Sistine Chapel or "The Persistence of Memory" look like the work of a dysgraphic kindergartener. The Daily Princetonian, 2010-02-12
  • She'd pop out each time our kindergartener said that "that's a boy thing! The Slut-ification of Dora is now complete
  • Associated Press The Trail Blazers' Rudy Fernandez As you'll see in the NCAA tournament this week, players on teams from Duke to Kentucky will celebrate three-point buckets by fitting themselves with pantomimed spectacles, the kind your kindergartener might make while pretending to be a superhero. College Basketball's Big-Play Goggles
  • We've tried very hard not to put any academic pressure on Mason and it frustrates me deeply that my kindergartener is worried about his chances to get into Harvard, as it were, metaphorically speaking. Day in the Life of an Idiot
  • It would never have occurred to me to say anything but "kindergartener," but I looked it up in Webster's Collegiate and sure enough, the one preserving German morphology is the preferred spelling. languagehat.com: KINDERGARTNER.
  • As any Montessori kindergartener can handle serving, eating, and cleaning-up after himself, a teacher shouldn't need to be an educational wizard to turn the daily at-desk breakfast routine into a teachable moment on personable responsibility. Jacqueline Edelberg: Chicago Schools Serve Up Breakfast, But Not Everyone's Happy

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