10 Lines on Children’s Day in English for Children and Students

Children’s Day is celebrated by many Nations of the world to commemorate their Children. In India, children’s day is celebrated on 14th November since 1964. It is celebrated as a day for Children. Children take to the centre stage on children’s Day and are showered with gifts by their teachers as well as elders, showing the love that they have for their Children and Students. It is a day to commemorate the contribution of our younger generation to our society and to show our love.

Ten Lines on Children’s Day in English

Following are 10 lines on Children’s Day covering major points on the history, its significance and celebration of the Children’s Day.

Essay writing and speech competitions are very common scenarios in schools on the occasion of Children’s Day. The 10 lines given below will help you to write an effective and unique essays and delivering an inspirational speech in your school and win great prizes.

Please go through the below lines and prepare an awesome essay or speech for children’s day:

10 Lines on Children’s Day – Set 1

1) Children’s Day was first celebrated on the 2nd Sunday of June in 1857 in a Church in Massachusetts.

2) Many Countries celebrate Children Day on June 1, coinciding with International Day for Protection of children.

3) India celebrates its Children’s Day/Bal Divas on 14th November since 1964, on Birth date of Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru, first Prime Minister of India.

4) Prior to the death of Nehru, India was celebrating Children’s Day on November 20, observed as Universal Children’s Day by the United Nations.

5) On the day a tribute of Jawaharlal Nehru is paid remembering his contributions and struggle.

6) Children from different sections are commemorated and honored.

7) Sweets and stationery goods are distributed among the under privileged Children.

8) Government announces various welfare schemes for Children.

9) Many social activists and NGOs reach out to the slum Children distributing necessities and informing them about welfare schemes.

10) Many sports events are organized and prizes distributed among children.

We have also provided an additional sets of 10 lines on children’s day to your better understanding on the subject. Apart from writing essays or preparing for speech on the children’s day you can also use these points for paragraph recitation in your class and get the accolades from your teachers. Please go through below lines and get ready to get the pat on your back by your teacher:

1) Children’s day is celebrated on 14th November in India to mark the birth anniversary of Jawaharlal Nehru.

2) Jawaharlal Nehru or ‘Chacha Nehru’ was very fond of children and believed that children are the future of nation and they should be loved and nurtured carefully.

3) It is also the day to commemorate the great contributions and sacrifices made by Chacha Nehru during the freedom struggle.

4) The day is used to spread awareness about children rights & welfare.

5) The Universal Children’s Day is celebrated on 20th

6) Schools and colleges across the country organize many cultural programmes to mark the celebration of the Children’s Day.

7) Many awards are given to children to recognize their talents and capabilities.

8) Gifts and sweets are distributed to children all over the country to mark Children’s Day.

9) Many NGOs visit orphanages and underprivileged sections of society and celebrate the day with them spreading happiness among children.

10) Children’s Day is a fun day with a serious message of spreading awareness of children’s rights, health and welfare.

Following is the additional set of 10 lines on Children’s Day especially for the young kids. The lines are in very simple words and very short. Children can easily understand these lines and can write essays or speeches on the occasion of Children’s Day.

10 Lines on Children’s Day for Kids – Set 3

1) Children’s day is celebrated on 14th November every year.

2) 14th November is the birthday of Chacha Nehru who loved children very much.

3) He was the first Prime Minister of India and was fond of children.

4) Many programmes are organised in schools to celebrate Children’s Day.

5) We take part in speech competitions and dramas in our schools.

6) Our teacher shares the teachings of Chacha Nehru on Children’s Day.

7) We pay tribute to Chacha Nehru and follow his teachings.

8) Our school is decorated with flowers, colorful balloons and lights on Children’s Day.

9) Gifts and snacks are distributed to all the students in our school.

10) We celebrate Children’s Day with happiness and joy.

10 Lines on Children’s Day – Set 4

1) India celebrates Children’s Day or ‘Bal Diwas’ on 14th November every year.

2) It is celebrated to pay a tribute to India’s first Prime Minster, Pundit Jawaharlal Nehru who was also fondly known as Chacha Nehru.

3) Pandit Nehru always believed that children are the future of a nation and they should be given their rights and freedom.

4) He also once said that “Children of today will make the India of tomorrow and the way we nurture them will determine the country’s future”.

5) Children’s Day is celebrated across the nation with zeal and zest with children taking part in various activities and cultural programmes.

6) Google celebrated Children’s Day 2018 with a Doodle on space exploration made by Pingla Rahul Morey, a student from Mumbai who was the winner of 2018 ‘Doodle 4 Google’ competition.

7) Members of all political parties pay tribute to Jawaharlal Nehru at Shanti Van, New Delhi, the resting place of our first Prime Minister.

8) Children’s Day is a day for the children of our nation who are treated very specially on this day and are showered with gifts and blessings by everyone.

9) Many ceremonies and cultural festivals are organised in schools to celebrate this grand event dedicated especially to the young children.

10) Children’s Day is also a way by which we work on the upliftment of those kids who are caught in the web of child labor and bring them back to the main stream of the society.

The 5th set of 10 points on Children’s Day is prepared by us for you. The set is full of some important information and will be easy to understand by the reader as we have used very simple language with basic words to elaborate each point. The set will seem very useful for the reader and we hope that it will also help you to create some interesting article on the topic. So let’s not talk much and proceed towards the 1st point of the set.

10 Lines on Children’s Day – Set 5

1) Children’s Day in India is celebrated on 14th November every year on the birth anniversary of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru.

2) Children’s Day is a day for students to enjoy, celebrate and learn the values of their cultures.

3) The day is very important for children to teach them the morals and teachings of Pandit Nehru.

4) The day is celebrated to teach students their fundamental rights in India.

5) On the day, many School, colleges and Institutions distribute chocolates and sweets among the students.

6) Some fun activities are also conducted for children to make them fully enjoy the event.

7) The Children’s Day was initially celebrated on 20th November, the date which later shifted to 14th November.

8) Many social and cultural events are also organised to raise awareness among students.

9) Many people prefer to visit orphanage on this day and spend some time with children there.

10) Spending time with orphans and distributing to them sweets and other needful objects is best way to celebrate the day.

Children’s Day is the most important festival of India aimed at the protection and welfare of her children. The celebration increases the co ordination among the Children from different sections of society and reduces the psychological distance.

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