Definition of Preschoolers

1. Noun. (plural of preschooler) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Preschoolers

1. preschooler [n] - See also: preschooler

Lexicographical Neighbors of Preschoolers

prescaling
prescan
prescandal
prescanned
prescanning
prescans
prescapula
prescapular
preschedule
prescheduled
preschedules
prescheduling
preschool
preschooled
preschooler
preschoolers (current term)
preschooling
preschools
prescience
presciences
prescient
prescientific
prescientifically
presciently
prescind
prescinded
prescinding
prescinds
prescious
prescore

Literary usage of Preschoolers

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Population Profile of the U.S., 1997 by Andrea Curry, Karen Mills, Janice Valdisera (2000)
"Child Care Arrangements of preschoolers Lynne M. Casper One of the ... Reliable, quality care is especially important for preschoolers because young ..."

2. Who's Minding the Kids: Child Care Arrangements Fall 1991 by Lynne W. Casper (1994)
"Thirty-six percent of these preschoolers were cared for in their own homes, ... About 23 percent of preschoolers (2.3 million children) were in organized ..."

3. The Pilot Food Price Subsidy Scheme in the Philippines: Its Impact on Income by Marito Garcia, Per Pinstrup-Andersen (1987)
"About one-fourth of the preschoolers were malnourished (less than 75 percent of ... Forty percent of the preschoolers of hired fishermen were malnourished ..."

4. The Effects of Sugarcane Production on Food Security, Health, and Nutrition by Eileen T. Kennedy (1989)
"... income, and food consumption, and to assess the impact of cash cropping on the health and nutritional status of preschoolers and women. ..."

5. Income and Nutritional Effects of the Commercialization of Agriculture in by Eileen T. Kennedy, Bruce Cogill (1987)
"DETERMINANTS OF NUTRITIONAL STATUS OF WOMEN AND preschoolers The commercialization of ... preschoolers."

6. Identifying the Food Insecure: The Application of Mixed-Method Approaches in by Kimberly Chung (1997)
"In addition, none of the more conventional poverty indicators performed well at identifying food-insecure preschoolers. Household Micronutrient Insecurity ..."

7. Effects of Agricultural Commercialization on Land Tenure, Household Resource by Howarth E. Bouis, Lawrence James Haddad (1990)
"Percentage of children sick in the two weeks preceding the survey interview. more frequently than for corn-household preschoolers (after breastfeeding has ..."

8. Comparative Analyses of Nutritional Effectiveness of Food Subsidies and by Eileen T. Kennedy, Harold Alderman (1987)
"Only 39 percent of the households with preschoolers consuming less than half their caloric requirements would be captured by a program targeted to ..."

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