Burnie PCYC and East Devonport Primary gym transformed into a magical wonderland for kids.
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Snuggling up in the arms of a giant teddy at the teddy bears’ picnic are (from left) Alexander Young, 2, of Sassafras, and Matilda Baldock, 5, of Nook.

Suraya Khan, 2 1/2, of Devonport, gives her teddy a big hug.

Playing with bubbles at the PCYC is Eli Woods, 5, of Burnie.

Having a go on one of the many pieces of play equipment at the event is Arahni Smith, 2, of Penguin.

Jaxon, 3, and Lachie Hope, 22 months, of Devonport show off their teddy bears.

Having a great time at the PCYC is Jad Webb, 1, of Burnie, with his Auntie, Tameka Webb, of Rosebery.

Sisters Eva, 4, and Lily Snell, 6, of Devonport take a rest with their teddy bears at the Teddy Bears’ Picnic.

Spending time together at the event is (from left) Noah, 9 months, and Renee Wilston, of Penguin, with Hamish Wolarczuc, 9 1/2 months, and Danielle Plumpton, both of Burnie.

Having a blast with balloon animals is (from left) Seton Watkinson, 3, of Ridgley, with Rhiannon, 5, and Kaden Miles, 3, both of Burnie.

Milla Evans, 2, of Ambleside, flies down the tack on her bike at the Teddy Bears’ Picnic.

Looking fantastic after having their faces painted are Coastal Family Daycare children (from left) Lilli Gregary-Swan, 21 months, educator Alex Porter, Erin Rumery, 3, Arlie Stavely, 4, Layla Murser, 3, educator Leeanne Bakes-Lynch and Noah Jones, 2.

Testing out her balance skills is Kalli Batchelor, 4, of Burnie.

Lucas Kinch, 2, of Burnie, gives the camera a grin while he gets his face painted.

Happily rocking away at the Teddy Bears’ Picnic is Lucas Hyland, 19 months, of Somerset.

Stanton Burtt, 22 months, with his nanny Yvonne Bell at the Teddy Bears’ Picnic.

Taking a break from festivities are Anna and Theodore Hinds, 3 months, of Burnie.

Stanton Burtt, 22 months, of Devonport, whizzes along with his teddy bear back pack.

Adding his own bubbles to the many others floating around at the Teddy Bears’ Picnic is William Howden, 2, of Devonport.

Having more fun playing in the carboard box tunnel than the children is Hellyer College Certificate 2 in Childcare students (from left) Veronica Jessop, 17, of Burnie, Kalani Watkinson, 17, of Ridgley, Rachel Biggs, 17, of Wynyard, and Nicolette Barnett, 16, of Queenstown.

Taking a minute to enjoy a snack and read a story at the Teddy Bear’s Picnic are, from left, Chloe, 4, and Scott Lunson, and Inika Hayes, 3.

This article first appeared in Hangzhou Night Net.

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