With the Tokyo Olympics officially underway now, how have the young'uns been celebrating the occasion?
Mulwaree High School students and staff have been so excited about the Games, their Sports Council have begun Olympic celebrations.
There will be plenty of great activities and competitions planned for everyone over the coming fortnight.
The Olympics will also be streamed live on a big screen in the school hall during each break.
Bradfordville Public School, also showed their enthusiasm by holding an Olympics Day.
Students enjoyed playing badminton, volleyball , basketball, European handball, javelin, running races, cricket, soccer, touch football, karate, hockey and other ball games.
Earlier this month, Goulburn Mulwaree Library held a mini Olympics event for kids aged between eight and 12 years of age.
They took part in STEM activities like stacking 10 cups by only using string and creating static electricity using balloons.
How are you celebrating the Olympics at home?
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