Children’s Day speech

Comments(2) Sub Category:Community Living,Festivals,Kids activity Posted On: Nov 09, 2012

Celebrating Children’s Day is the best way to commemorate and rejoice the best moments of childhood. What could be more wonderful than dedicating an entire day to all children in this world?

Why celebrate Children’s Day?

In India, every year, November 14th is celebrated as Children’s Day and is also the birthday of India’s first Prime Minister, Jawaharlal Nehru, also known as Chachaji. As a tribute to him and his love for the children, this day is celebrated as Children’s Day.  He worked passionately towards the welfare of children and was keen about the education and development of children in India.


A day celebrated to honour all children in the world as well as the epitome persona who showed great love and worked passionately towards the welfare of children. A day where every child can unleash himself/herself as a child.

Well nurtured children make the nation strong and sound. Perhaps, every child has to remember that since they are the future of a nation, they should imbibe the values of discipline, sense of order, cleanliness, ambitious and much more. These values will make a good citizen out of a child.

Each priceless value is gained from home, which is the child’s first school and foundation. A child tends to learn qualities at home through observation, suggestion and influence. Hence parents/guardian plays a major role in shaping a child’s future.

Talking about rearing a child, education plays a major role as it forms a child’s mind. The importance of educating a child was imposed by our freedom fighters such as Shivaji, Vivekanada, Mahatma Gandhi, Nehru and many others who have acknowledged with reverential gratitude by the value of the wholesome training they received from the hands of their parents while young. So should be followed by every child. These men are our role models.

Every child should realise that they always respect and obey their parents and teachers, as they are the major people molding their lives.

Points of awareness:

The supreme law of Indian (constitution) guarantees that all people under the age of 18 have children’s rights.

A child has the right to be cared for by his/her parents and family.

A child has the right to consume healthy food.

A child has the right to health care.

A child has the right to be protected and to feel safe.

A child has the right to education.

If a child has a disability, he/she has the right to special care.

A very happy Children’s Day to all!


2 Responses to “Children’s Day speech”

  1. Naaz says:

    Well written article

  2. cheshta says:

    Nice article. well done..

Leave a Reply

CommonFloor Property Search Mobile App now available on Android, iOS and Windows!