World Children’s Day is celebrated every year on the 20th of November. It is a day when academic institutions all over the world shed light upon the issues faced by children worldwide, especially by those who live in minority communities. Most people are unaware of the existence of this day because they are too busy celebrating valentine’s day, mother’s day, or father’s day. Whereas, there is nothing wrong with celebrating the aforementioned days. However, a day such as this should be celebrated and enjoyed, just as much as any other day. 

History of World Children’s Day

World Children’s Day was first commenced during the Child Welfare World Conference in 1925. For commemorating the declaration of Child Rights by the UN General Assembly’s statement on 20 November 1959, World’s Children Day is celebrated on the 20th of November. 

Activities to celebrate with

If you are a child who is enthusiastic about world children’s day, or if you’re a parent who wishes to help their children gain more knowledge regarding the auspicious day, then you can do certain activities which will be an educational and adventurous opportunity for your child, helping him grow as an individual.

Renovate your school’s garden – for children

A beautiful school garden plays one of the most crucial roles in helping students get a remarkable academic experience. Spending time in one’s school garden helps a person gain relevant outdoor learning experience from his childhood until his youth. World Children’s Day might occur in the season of late autumn. However, you can still decorate the garden in whichever way you want. You can get inspiring ideas from the web as well. 

Skip studies for a day – for children

What better way to celebrate World Children’s Day than skipping school for one day and enjoy the day by doing the things you love to do? Of course, education is vital. However, doing extracurricular activities is equally important. You can choose the action according to the reasonable weather condition because, in all the four seasons of the activities, there are various activities that you can do! You can either visit a historical place in your city or country, go on a beach trip, or visit a farm!

Read a story with a lesson – for adults

World Children’s Day can be an excellent excuse for you to read to your child or your younger sibling. Borrow children’s books from your local library, and use them for conveying stories to the children in your life. Storytelling can be one of the best ways to create an impact. What better way to make an impact than by reading stories that inspire? 

Show them a movie with a message – for adults

Most children love watching movies, especially if the film is action-packed, exciting, and motivating! There are countless such animated movies that you can watch with your child. It can also be an excellent opportunity for you to have a bonding time with your child. 

Tell them about underprivileged children in other communities – for adults

World Children’s Day can be an excellent opportunity for you to educate your child about underprivileged kids living in other world communities. You can teach them about the difficulties those children face; this might make your child grateful for all the things he has been blessed with. 

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