Havilah Road preschool is celebrating Father's Day a little differently this year.
With social distancing and gathering restrictions, preschool's popular Father's Day breakfast had been put on hold.
Havilah Road preschool teacher Gail Dwyer said the celebrations have traditionally been very popular with parents.
Ms Dwyer said she didn't want coronavirus restrictions to put a stop to the popular event.
"When lockdown hit, it is very difficult for us to have the fathers in and do the things we usually do," she said.
"We usually do breakfast, the fathers come in and do activities with the children and we had to get creative and do something different."
Ms Dwyer said this week, parents picking up their children, were met with some gifts.
"The fathers can choose to arrive on their way to work or there way home and we put the gifts through the gates," she said.
"The children could pass their gifts through the fence and get a nice photo with their dads."
Ms Dwyer said making and creating gifts brought many of the children joy during these difficult times.
"It's a great community event that we didn't want to let pass because the children were very excited and they made some beautiful coasters to put their coffees and tea on," she said.
"The children are all involved in the process and we didn't want to cancel it just because of COVID."
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