Best Children's Day Quotes To Inspire Kids
A day is said to be remarkable when it is special, so consider the best days and send your mother, children's day quotes
When and why is children's day celebrated?
Children's Day is celebrated each year on November 14 in India as a tribute to the country's first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru. Jawaharlal Nehru fondly called 'Chacha Nehru' was born this day, which is November 14, 1889.
'Chachaji' or Jawaharlal Nehru was known for his love for children which is why his birthday on November 14 is celebrated each year as Children's Day. On Children's Day, chocolates and gifts are usually distributed among children, while schools organize various events such as competitions, music and dance performances to celebrate the day dedicated to Jawaharlal Nehru's fondness for children.
How do we celebrate children's day?
Children’s Day is celebrated on November 14 every year when schools organize various programs and different activities for children. The day is made special for children through types of programs they choose to do. Teachers make it a point to participate in the children’s day function to cheer up the kids and make their day memorable.
Earlier, in many schools, the teachers and the staff arranged parties and picnics for children on the day so that they can enjoy to the fullest. Sometimes the schools opted for fancy dress competition where children were free to choose any public personality of their choice and dress up like him or her.
Chocolates and other food items are distributed to children during lunch hours. Classrooms are decorated with frills, colored papers, good pictures to make the room look attractive.
Nowadays, with a change in culture, children are more into cartoons and animated movies. They are digitally sound and thus the schools take up initiatives to take them out for a movie or allow them to play video games. The selection of food items has also changed.
Children are more into pizza and burgers, and so schools make it a point to offer them with there likable on this specific day. Classrooms now are decorated with 3D pictures and other wall hangings that are sure to attract the small ones
Good thoughts for children
Telling your child ‘A good thought of the day’ in the morning, every day can ensure that he/she does not start the day on the wrong foot. It is also a proven motivating tool for kids.
You can even put up a board in your child’s room, and change it every morning to reflect the mood and the thought for your child to think about during the day. Thoughts like this can motivate the children.
With the new day comes new thoughts and new strengths.
I think I can. I know I can.
You’re off to great places. Today is your day.
Treat others the way you want to be treated.
Your attitude determines your direction.