Difference between revisions of "Pre-school"

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(I think this captures the main intended point of the removed paragraph)
 
A '''pre-school''' [[child]], or '''preschooler''', is one below [[primary school]] age, typically in the age range of about 3 to 5 years (the definition of [[school]] age varies among countries). A pre-school child is between [[toddler]] and [[school]] age and may attend [[preschool]] (or kindergarten in countries where the term kindergarten refers to pre-school education).
 
At this age [[parents]] often decide the [[child]] is old enough to start being held accountable for their [[behaviour]] and add [[punishment]]s into the [[discipline]] program. At this foundational lesson level they are frequently [[trouble|in trouble]]. So parents tend to favor quick punishments—such as [[domestic spanking|spanking]] or [[corner time]]—so the [[forgiveness]] can follows as quickly.
 
== See also ==