Catching the bus to and from school becomes a natural, normal part of most students lives.
But the first journey can be a daunting one.
"If you're new to school and you don't have an older sibling to go with you, then this is a skill you have to learn on your own," said kindergarten teacher Samantha Wynne, from Holy Trinity Primary School.
"Even if you're not catching the bus everyday, we go on excursions so they need to know the etiquette."
The 39 students at Holy Trinity took part in a bus safety demonstration on Thursday morning, run by the NRMA and Busabout.
"A lot of our students are coming from The Rock, so they spend a lot of their time on the bus," Ms Wynne said.
"Depending on where they live, a lot of people drive these days, so this might be their first time on a bus."
Over two weeks, students from kindergartens at 20 schools will participate in the demonstration.
"They're on the bus with students from other schools too, so having this consistency is what we want," Ms Wynne said.
"It's good that all the classes and schools get given the same information on how to stay safe."
This is the program's 14th year, making the kindergartens of 2020 the latest in a generation of students who have been given this practical insight.
It was a momentous occasion for the program developers and co-ordinators to last year recognise the students who took part in the first demonstration have now graduated year 12.
"We love being involved in helping them learn about road safety, and it's an invaluable skill that they will have for years to come," said Sarah Wardman, NRMA Wagga proprietor.