Taavi Pullen with her nanna Monica Biutterworth.
Taavi Pullen with her nanna Monica Biutterworth. Michael Nolan

GALLERY: So many smiling faces at the Under Eights Day

SAUSAGE sizzles, face painting, jumping castles and gymnastics.

These are just a hand full of the activities young folk enjoyed at the 2018 Warwick East State School Under Eights Day.

About 200 kindergarten aged kids joined students from the schools prep classes for a morning of fun.

It was designed as a way to bring community groups together with parents and young children.

"This is our second year,” special education teacher Tracey Mekitarian said.

"It was started by BUSHkids, they wanted to put on a community day but it was a bit difficult for them with the bureaucracy so the school said it would run it for them.

"It was so successful last year that we decided to run it again.”



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