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How children’s day is celebrated around the world?

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What is Children’s Day and Why is it Celebrated in India?

Children’s Day is a day of celebration in India, dedicated to the memory of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru and his contribution to the country. Children’s Day allows parents and adults to recognize children’s importance in society and celebrate their innocence, joys, and creativity. It reminds us that children are our future and we must take care of them now if we want them to be responsible citizens.

How Can We Celebrate Children’s Day with Fun & Meaningful Activities?

Children’s Day is a special occasion that is celebrated annually to honor and recognize the importance of children. You can make the day more fun for them. There are plenty of online and offline activities that you can use to celebrate this special day with your children. From scavenger hunts to DIY crafts, there are so many activities for children.

 Most schools organize functions and competitions for kids to make this day a special one. Teachers organize dramas, dance, and games activities to entertain children.

Children’s Day in different countries

Pakistan

Pakistan celebrates November 20 as Children’s Day every year. They conduct various programs for children.

Nepal

Nepal celebrates September 14 as Children’s Day.

China

In China, Children’s Day is celebrated on June 1st every year. Schools hold performances, sponsor camping trips, and show movies. Parents may cook a child’s favorite meal for dinner.

Japan

In Japan, Children’s Day is celebrated on May 5th for the healthy growth and welfare of the children. They used to make rice cakes and many delicious dishes for children.

India

In India children’s Day is celebrated on November 14 in memory of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru and his contribution to the country. Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru was the first prime minister of India after it gained independence. He loves children and has done so many welfare activities for children.

United States

National Children’s Day is celebrated every year on the second Sunday of June in the U.S. This year, it will fall on June 11. This day addresses the importance of children in society and the numerous challenges that some still face in different aspects of their lives.

Australia

Children’s Day is celebrated across the country each year on 4 August.

Germany

While East Germany marked this day on June 1st, West Germany celebrated it on September 20th. The festival was also named differently in both countries. Kindertag is a celebration of childhood, freedom, and respect for parents.

Mexico

El Dia de Los Niños, a tradition that began in Mexico in 1925, is celebrated on April 30. The idea was born from the first “World Conference for the Well-being of Children”.

Singapore

Children’s Day is celebrated to highlight the importance of promoting child welfare and their rights. In Singapore, It is celebrated on October 1st.

Korea

It is celebrated on May 5th, every year. It reflects the high value that families in Korea place on children and the fact that they are the future leaders of the country.

Poland

In Poland, it is celebrated on June 1st every year. Activities for International Children’s Day vary from year to year, and there are no set traditions set in place. This is not a national holiday, meaning that children (unfortunately) still have to go to school on International Children’s Day.

Turkey

In Turkey, it is celebrated on April 23rd every year. Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the founder and first president of the Turkish Republic. In 1927, he dedicated April 23 to Turkey’s children to recognize that they are the future.

Canada

Canada has declared November 20th as National Child Day to celebrate the rights of children.

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