From a boy to a princess, the first six weeks of Kindergarten are a whirlwind.
But with a theme that will be sure to keep your attention, here’s what you need to know about the big day.
Kindergolf is the official sport of Kindergartens.
The Kindergängers will be playing with the ball and they will be dressed up like superheroes.
There will be balloons and balloons will be thrown in their faces and they are all going to be wearing costumes.
The first Kindergong will be born, and his name is Superman.
“Superman is the ultimate hero and it’s a super-friendly event,” said Marci Stokes, director of operations for the Kindergarden, Kindergies and Kids Club at the West Coast Kindergarts.
“The kids love it and they really enjoy it.
Kids are going to love seeing their favourite superheroes.”
The superheroes will wear superhero-themed costumes, including a red cape, white shirt and black boots.
There are other superheroes, too, such as the Black Panther, Spider-Man and Black Widow.
There is a Supergirl costume, and kids can wear an all-black suit or dress up like a superhero by putting on a costume of their favourite character.
You can also wear a costume to the playground, such is the case with the Superman costume.
“It’s so fun and the kids love that,” said Stokes.
“I think there is a huge amount of anticipation for the big event.
Kids have been waiting so long for this to happen and now it’s finally happening.”
Kids can come dressed as the heroines of their favorite Marvel comics, including Ms Marvel, Black Widow and Black Panther.
The superheroes wear costumes of their choice, such are Black Panther and Spider-Woman.
There also will be a giant parade in front of the Kindergartening centre with children in the front of an army of Superheroes, including Iron Man, Thor, Captain America and Wonder Woman.
The event will be free and open to the public.
Kindergartners are encouraged to dress up and participate in the festivities.
There’s also a free preschool course.
The day starts with a lunch break, and at lunchtime there will be an introduction to the theme of Kindergardens, and the children will have the opportunity to learn about the history of the organisation.
At the end of lunch, the Kindergardening group will have a team project to create a super hero and get their ideas out there.
“We are all super heroes now, so it’s time to get serious,” said Dermot Mitchell, who is leading the Kindergate project.
Kids are invited to join in the super hero activities, as well as the superheroes, and there will also be an opportunity for children to try out a new costume. “
They will get the idea that it’s OK to dress like superheroes.”
Kids are invited to join in the super hero activities, as well as the superheroes, and there will also be an opportunity for children to try out a new costume.
In addition to the lunch break and super hero project, the kindergarten has other activities such as activities for toddlers and young children.
They will have Lego and fun games, such the Lego minifigures of Supergirl, Black Panther or Spider-man.
There’ll also be a Lego Playhouse and a Lego Workshop.
The Lego Play House will be where the kids can play with their Lego characters, such a Catwoman, Batgirl and more.
There could be a costume contest and kids are invited for a costume challenge, which involves dressing up in costumes and having fun.
There won’t be a theme for the day, however, and it will just be about learning about the theme and making a super superhero out of it.
“Kids are so excited,” said Mitchell.
“One of the biggest reasons we started the Kinderges is because they wanted to make sure they knew what they were going to learn and what their favourite characters were, so we wanted to provide a fun experience for the kids.”
For more information on the event, you can visit the KinderGarten website or call 1-888-Kindergarten.
The theme of the day is ‘Superheroes are welcome to the Kinder-Garten’.