The Meaning of Kindergarten Graduation Caps and Gowns

22 Mar

kindergarten caps and gownsThe graduation season is fast approaching and many people will be busy preparing stuffs like kindergarten graduation caps and gowns. Wearing the graduation outfit adds to the sense of accomplishment that the graduation ceremony brings about.

Before succumbing to the busy preparation for graduation, it is important to know the significance of major graduation outfits.

Graduation caps and gowns are the most prominent symbols of graduation. During the early times, the gowns and caps are generic. Meaning, all candidates for graduation wear the same black cap and gown during the ceremony.

However, at present, because of the presence of different area of study and different levels of degree, it is essential to have variation in the gowns and caps to easily identify in what area or degree level the candidate is coming from.

It is noticeable however that all candidates, whether male or female wear the same cut or style of gown. Aside from being uniform and formal, this has a deeper significance. This denotes equality among all individuals when it comes to learning.

So the next time someone would wear a graduation outfit, even as simple as kindergarten caps and gowns, people should think of the deeper meaning attached to them.

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2 Responses to “The Meaning of Kindergarten Graduation Caps and Gowns”

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  2. Simon May 10, 2012 at 3:12 am #

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