Translation of age-appropriate in Spanish:


apropiado para la edad, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌeɪdʒəˈproʊprɪət/ /eɪdʒəˈprəʊprɪət/


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    apropiado para la edad
    acorde con la edad
    age-appropriate games juegos apropiados para / acordes con la edad
    • When planning your trip, be sure that the destination is age appropriate and engaging.
    • At the end, everyone is given cake, along with age-appropriate gift bags jammed with hats, mittens, books, and stuffed animals.
    • Naturally you need to make sure that the books are age appropriate.
    • Lawmakers in Washington State recently voted for age-appropriate, medically accurate sex education.
    • Many morns can't find age-appropriate clothes on the racks.
    • The dancer is 8 and should be performing to music that she can relate to and that is age appropriate.
    • Everyone's tired from running after their preschoolers, carpooling for early movement classes and planning age-appropriate birthday parties.
    • Depending upon their maturity and reading level, many teens become interested in literature intended for adults, but you can guide them to more age-appropriate books.
    • Though they now start teaching jazz at 8, they try to do it "in a tasteful, age-appropriate manner."
    • It's part of the rules: if the costumes are not age appropriate or there is offensive language in the music, we reflect it in the scores.
    • When working with middle school students, it is necessary to adapt these criteria so the language is age appropriate.
    • Each of Don's visits to his old flames - all played, for once, by age-appropriate actresses - is a perfectly wrought scene of emotional confusion and subtle regret.
    • Age-appropriate indoor and outdoor activities will keep them happy and entertained throughout the day, and evening events and programs will be available for children ages 9 - 16.
    • Such requirements may prevent competitions from turning into beauty pageants and ensure that costumes are age-appropriate for the many young girls who take part.
    • Give her age-appropriate restrictions on what she can do online, and set consequences if she violates the agreement.
    • Are the books your children are reading age appropriate?
    • Choosing the right film is a minefield; which ones are age appropriate?
    • Make sure that the toy is age appropriate - what is suitable for an older child may be unsafe for a younger child.
    • When they first started performing in schools, they had to tweak their performances to make them age appropriate.
    • A variety of age-appropriate exercises, games and community resources are offered to nurture a child's self-esteem as well as create empathy for all points of view.