Children’s Day or Bal Divas is commemorated annually in India on November 14th. This day is celebrated across the country to raise awareness and educate people about the basic rights of children, the right to education, as well as the need for a positive environment that will help them become better human beings. This day is also celebrated to commemorate the anniversary of the birth of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, the country’s first prime minister.
Prime Prime Minister of India, Nehru is one of the most popular pro-independence leaders who have fought to make the nation a safe place for children. He envisioned a world where children could grow up in a stable environment and always believed that children are every country’s greatest asset and that if they have the right atmosphere to thrive, they can lead the country. to success. The former prime minister has always had affection for young people, and his compassion for them has earned him the nickname “Chacha Nehru”.
History of children’s day
The first Children’s Day was held in 1956. After Nehru’s death, November 14 was designated as National Children’s Day in India. Children’s Day was previously celebrated on November 20. This day marked the beginning of a new era in independent India, in which it was believed that every young person would be treated equally without distinction of race, class, religion or economic status.
Children’s day celebration ideas
Children’s Day is celebrated in India in various forms with a range of activities and lectures held in different schools and educational institutions. This year, on Children’s Day 2021, in the midst of the ongoing pandemic when some schools are open and others remain closed, educational institutions can celebrate this day in a unique way. For open schools, they can organize events such as quiz contests, sit and draw debates and contests, exhibitions on the history of Children’s Day and their rights as well as cultural events keeping in mind mind the COVID protocols.
Moreover, those who organize Children’s Day 2021 can virtually organize events such as reading sessions, children’s film marathons, photography sessions, among others, to ensure that students have a good time. moment that day.
Ideas for games and gifts for children’s day
In the meantime, there are plenty of game ideas for the children’s day that will appeal to the little ones. Institutions can organize treasure hunts, take them to parks, can organize outdoor sports, can organize events like dress as you like and many more. Speaking of birthday party gift ideas, institutions can offer boxes of chocolates, books to encourage reading, indoor play boards, coloring books, craft projects, art activities, and more. artisanal, among others.
Children’s Day Quiz
Among the celebration ideas, quizzes often play an important role. Quizzes, besides being a pleasant pastime, help the intellectual growth of young people. Kids quizzes don’t have to be boring with just questions and answers but rather have elements that make the contest interactive.
On Children’s Day, quizzes can be an important part of the celebrations and organizers can learn about the passions of participating children and prepare questions accordingly. Quizzes can be made more visually appealing with pictures and videos. Organizers can base their questions on topics ranging from science to cartoons, or any other topic that piques their curiosity.