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asylum a place for the care of those who are not able to care for themselves, such as children without parents, people with mental illness, or the very old. [1/3 definitions]
babysit to take care of children while their parents are away.
babysitter a person who takes care of children when their parents are not with them.
bob2 a style of short haircut for women and children. [1/4 definitions]
brood (informal) the children that belong to one family. [1/4 definitions]
camp1 a place or program that provides activities for children when they are on vacation from school. [1/5 definitions]
carpool an agreement among a group of automobile drivers who work together, or whose children go to the same school. Each driver takes turns driving the others.
counselor a person who watches over and helps children at a camp. [1/3 definitions]
crossing guard a person who directs traffic and helps children to cross the streets around a school.
croup1 a disease in children that causes coughing and difficult breathing.
day care care during the day in a home or day-care center for children too young for school or older children after school or during vacation. Day care may also offer care for elderly or disabled people.
family a group made up of a parent or parents and their children. [1/5 definitions]
generation the period of time between the birth of parents and the birth of their children. [1/3 definitions]
grade a division made by age to group school children for instruction, or the children who belong to such a division. [1/7 definitions]
Halloween October 31. Halloween is celebrated by children who dress up in costumes and go from house to house begging for treats or playing tricks. In the Christian calendar, Halloween is the night before All Saints' Day, a festival celebrated by some Christian churches.
hand down to give to one's children or from one generation to another.
jungle gym an outdoor structure of pipes and bars for children to play on.
kindergarten a program for very young children. Kindergarten teaches some of the activities that are done in school.
measles (used with a singular or plural verb) a very contagious disease that causes a fever and red spots on the skin. Measles usually affects children and does not last a long time.
mumps (used with a singular or plural verb) a disease that children get that causes the glands to swell.
nanny a person who is hired to take care of another person's children.