Heading to school for the first time is a little easier with a friend by your side.
For 10 sets of Launceston twins, excitement outweighs nerves as they head off to start kindergarten today.
The twins' parents all met at a playgroup run by the Tasmanian Multiple Birth Association when their children were about three months old.
Eloise Grant, mother of twins Emily and Clover, was coordinator of the playgroup.
She said they met in 2015 and had kept in touch since.
Jenna Lethborg, mum of twins Willow and Rory, said it was pretty sad to see them go.
"It's nice to reach that milestone, but we'll certainly miss them," she said.
"It's comforting that they've got each other."
"We all met when they were only three months old. We've got photos of them all at the very first twin playgroup."
She said it was great having support from other parents in the playgroup.
It's nice to reach that milestone, but we'll certainly miss them.Jenna Lethborg
"It was nice knowing other people who knew exactly what the challenges were," she said.
When asked what they were most excited for, most of the children were planning on getting artistic with some painting and playing lots of games.
Twins Angus and Emily Burton both had things they were looking forward to most about kindergarten.
"I like doing painting," Emily said.
"I like to paint mumma."
"I want to play with some cars," Angus said.
The twins will be heading along to schools such as Trevallyn Primary, West Launceston Primary, South George Town Primary, and Sacred Heart Catholic Primary.
The playgroups run by the Tasmanian Multiple Birth Association provides support to parents and families with twins, and welcomes new and expectant parents.
The Northern playgroup is offered every second Wednesday, starting March 6, at Playgroup Tas in Invermay. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
With all schools now back, motorists have been urged to be safe and stay aware while driving through school zones.
Tasmania Police will be undertaking significant enforcement activities in school zones throughout the state.