Big Morn­ing Out is a must-do for lit­tle ones

Whitsunday Times - - WHITSUNDAY KIDS -

IT’S A great day to be young at the Proser­pine State School’s Big Morn­ing Out to­day.

The morn­ing out is the main event of Early Child­hood Australia’s Un­der 8’s Week, with any Whit­sun­day kid un­der eight wel­come to come down.

To­day’s ac­tiv­i­ties will in­clude face paint­ing, goo, danc­ing and crafts just to name a few.

Proser­pine State School Grade 1 stu­dent Avalon Black­Stone said she was look­ing for­ward to play­ing with the goo again at her sec­ond Big Morn­ing Out.

“It felt re­ally funny when I put my hands in it,” she said.

Mean­while the school’s Year 6 lead­ers are also ea­ger to help out.

School cap­tain Jack Dwyer said he was “look­ing for­ward to work­ing with the lit­tle kids on fun ac­tiv­i­ties dur­ing the day”.

There will be plenty of fun ac­tiv­i­ties to choose from as well with a “hands on his­tor­i­cal dis­play”, a story craft stall and “some gi­ant an­i­mal visi- tors”.

Kids will also get the chance to meet some of our lo­cal he­roes with a visit from po­lice, fire, am­bu­lance and SES of­fi­cers.

To sat­isfy those fun-in­duced tummy rum­bles, par­ents will be host­ing a sausage siz­zle where kids can get a snag and a drink for $2.

FUN DAY: Proser­pine State School stu­dents Charli Young and Avalon Black-Stone can’t wait for the Un­der 8’s Big Morn­ing Out. Photo: Rory Sheav­ils

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