A number of Northern primary schools will benefit from a $15 million investment.
Education Minister Jeremy Rockliff visited Forth on Friday to announce the funding.
Lilydale Primary School will receive funds for complete rebuild of its kindergarten.
St Helens District, Mole Creek, Cressy District, Glen Dhu, East Tamar, Mowbray Heights, Ravenswood, and Ringarooma primary schools will all benefit from refurbishments of their kindergartens.
Mr Rockliff said investment in education form the early years to grade 12 was a priority as education is the pathway to a good job and better life.
“Quality early years education, is a key factor in lifting educational outcomes for all Tasmanian children, which is why we are investing $15 million in upgrades to early learning facilities and brand new kindergartens around the state,” Mr Rockliff said.
“This is a significant investment in the well-being of students and staff across Tasmania and demonstrates the Hodgman Liberal government’s commitment to creating environments that are welcoming, safe and inclusive for all.”
“Extensive evidence-based research shows that continuing to invest in the early years is vital to helping our youngest children and their families reach their full potential over their lifetime,” Mr Rockliff said.
“The funding will go towards new kindergarten buildings in 10 schools and refurbishment of kindergarten buildings in 18 schools across the state.
“A further 79 schools will receive funding for minor upgrades to existing kindergarten facilities.”
Other schools set to benefit from the $15 million funding for kindergarten rebuilds or refurbishments include: Cooee Primary, Forth, Yolla District Primary, Sassafras Primary, Latrobe Primary, Moonah Primary, Franklin Primary, Rosetta Primary, Glen Huon Primary, Bagdad Primary, Glenora District, Bowen Road Primary, Brighton Primary, New Town Primary, Glenorchy Primary, Triabunna District, Orford Primary, Oatlands Primary and Cygnet Primary.