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Another word for primary-school

      1. A school of the first six grades (sometimes, the first five or eight grades), where basic subjects are taught
      2. (Education) A school for children, typically older than toddlers and younger than adolescents. In the U.S., elementary schools cover grades 1 through 5, and the ages of the children are usually 6-11 years. At a minimum, elementary schools will teach basic reading, writing, arithmetic, and history.
      1. A school or class for young children, usually four to six years old, that prepares them for first grade and that develops basic skills and social behavior by games, exercises, music, simple handicrafts, etc.
      2. A program or class for four-year-old to six-year-old children that serves as an introduction to school.
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