Spanish Word for kindergarten  

English Word: kindergarten

Spanish Word: guardería
The Spanish Word for kindergarten
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Translated sentences containing 'kindergarten'
Are there kids in kindergarten?
¿Hay niños en la guardería?
The beautiful child is starting kindergarten.
El niño bonito está empezando el jardín infantil.

Perhaps our next step should be in the direction of the kindergarten.
Quizá el próximo paso se dé ahí.
Permit me to mention a lesson from the kindergarten school of economics.
Permítanme mencionar una lección que se aprende hasta en el parvulario de económicas.
A few weeks ago a kindergarten teacher said that the reason why Roma children were not allowed to attend the kindergarten was that they were muddy.
Hace algunas semanas un maestro de guardería dijo que el motivo por el que a los niños de etnia romaní no se les permitía asistir a la guardería era que iban llenos de barro.
Maybe he has gone back to where he came from, to the kindergarten school of economics at which he said he studied.
Quizás haya vuelto al sitio de donde vino, al parvulario de económicas en el que ha dicho que estudió.
Mr President, I hope that the British kindergarten will be kind enough to listen for a moment.
Señor Presidente, espero que la guardería británica tenga la amabilidad de escuchar un momento.
In some parts of our region, for example, children learn the languages of our neighbours as early as the kindergarten stage through play.
En partes de nuestra región, por ejemplo, se aprenden las lenguas de nuestros vecinos en los jardines de infancia jugando con ellas.
So, from primary school and kindergarten, children should be encouraged to start learning languages, as an instrument to raise awareness of cultural diversity.
Por ello hay que alentar a los niños para que inicien en la escuela maternal y primaria el aprendizaje de idiomas, instrumento de sensibilización a la diversidad cultural.
Finally, Mr Kilroy-Silk, who spoke earlier, patently has not even found his way to the classroom of his kindergarten.
Por último, está claro que el señor Kilroy-Silk, que ha intervenido antes, ni siquiera ha encontrado el camino al aula de su parvulario.
As you know, the mortality rate is higher in the ten new Member States and screening programmes are very 'kindergarten', to coin a phrase.
Como saben, la tasa de mortalidad es más alta en los diez nuevos Estados miembros, y los programas de cribado están todavía en la "guardería", si me permiten acuñar una expresión.
She cannot count on placing her child in a crèche or kindergarten and her contact with culture and the world will often amount to limited radio and television broadcasts.
No pueden contar con dejar a su hijo en una guardería o centro infantil y su contacto con la cultura y el mundo se limita en muchos casos a los programas de radio y televisión.
It is kindergarten policy-making which defies common sense, has no credible economic justification and is morally and environmentally corrupt.
Es una política infantil que atenta contra el sentido común, carece de justificación económica creíble y está corrupta desde el punto de vista moral y medioambiental.
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