“It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men.”
— Frederick Douglass, abolitionist, and statesman
World Children’s Day 2020 will be celebrated on the 20th of November. World Children’s Day promotes awareness worlwide in regards to the children rights, especially for those who live in the minority communities.
World Children’s Day at Alvis
At Alvis, we encourage the children, youngsters and families in our recovery programs to take part in various activities which significantly plays one of the most contributing roles towards their recovery process. You can always donate and contribute to the members of our Reentry Services, DD Services, and Behavorial Health Services. Help our children and families turning their lives around #180degreeimpact. Donate and/or volunteer with us. We need you! Email: email@example.com
World Children’s Day Activities
World Children’s Day Celebrations can be done by conducting various activities for children. Whether you are a child in search of an activity you could do or an adult who wants to celebrate this impactful day, here is a list of some of the activities you could either do at school or home;
World Children’s Day Art
Bring out your child’s inner creativity by allowing him to create any art piece of his desire! To encourage him further, hang the painting in a room, and decorate the wall. Giving him compliments for the work he’d do will make the child feel appreciated, and it is an appreciated child who grows up to be a responsible human being.
Importance of World Children’s Day
There is a lot of significance to World Children’s Day. One of the most significant importance of this day is to raise awareness among the children of our community regarding the importance of unity and harmony. These are the prime years of their lives, and if we teach them the difference between right and wrong now, they will grow up to be responsible citizens. Another best thing about World Children’s Day is the bonding time of a child with his parents or friends.
World Children’s Day Cards
One of the many best ways to celebrate on November 20 is by making new cards and distributing them. With the help of your creativity and imagination, you can make any card of your choice and build a card with any shape or size of your personal preference. Distributing cards on World Children’s Day helps the children in your life to feel appreciated and loved.
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