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Kindy counts campaign material

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​​​​​​​​​​Kindy counts for a lifetime

The Kindy counts for a lifetime​ campaign is an important component of Queensland's strategy to achieve universal access to kindergarten. The campaign encourages families to enrol their kindy-aged child in a Queensland Government-approved program, and promotes the lifelong benefits of attending kindy.

At kindy, children can build confidence, make friends, play, learn, and have fun getting set to start school. No matter where you are from, kindy can be a welcoming community for children, families and educators and an important step in a child's early learning journey. Many of the skills learnt at kindy will benefit a child well into their future. Kindy counts for a lifetime.

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Campaign resources

Use the videos and Facebook/Instagram tile to help spread awareness of kindy in Queensland.

Videos

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Fact sheet for families

Please download the kindy fact sheet for families. This is a quick go-to guide for parents and carers.

Facebook and Instagram

Promote the benefits of kindy using the hashtag #kindycounts to join the conversation.

Photographs and videos related to Aboriginal people and Torres Strait Islander people
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers are warned photographs/videos on this website may contain images of deceased persons which may cause sadness or distress.

Disclaimer
This Department of Education website may include the images, views, recommendations or website links of third parties including early childhood education and care providers, services and/or educators. These views, recommendations, images or links are provided for information only. They do not constitute our endorsement or recommendation.

Photographs and videos related to Aboriginal people and Torres Strait Islander people
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers are warned photographs/videos on this website may contain images of deceased persons which may cause sadness or distress.

Last updated 15 November 2021