High five for you and me!

ABOVE: William Sak painting his hand for a colourful high five.

Nothing says hello quite like a high five, which is why Trinityhouse Palm Lakes Pre-Primary loved celebrating International High Five Day recently.

Pre-Primary principal Carolyn Slabbert said a high five is an incredibly effective way of greeting.

“It bridges communication between different languages and makes everyone feel acknowledged resulting in irresistible smiles,” said Slabbert.

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