Why kindy students are dressing up as 100-year-olds

Children dress up and bring in 100 of something from home for a day of activities focused on the number 100.

The school’s assistant principal, Tracy Hoey, said parents and children “get right into” the event, with kids arriving at school with wigs, bowties, and carrying canes and reading glasses.

“Usually, it’s the same parents who go all out for Book Week,” she added.

But St Patrick’s kindergarten teacher Tasmin Higgins said many of the kids at their multicultural school had…

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