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The Universal Children's Day

The Universal Children's Day

Universal Children's Day is a day set aside for all children in the world. It was first proposed by the Soviet Union on Setember 1, 1952. It was voted into existence by the United Nations General Assembly on November 20, 1954. Universal Children's Day is celebrated on November 20th every year.

The first celebration of Universal Children's Day was held in 1955 in Moscow, Russia at the Kremlin Palace of Congresses. The theme of this celebration was "For Peace and Friendship among Peoples." Since then there have been many celebrations around the world each year on November 20th to raise awareness of children's issues and to celebrate children everywhere.

Today, Universal Children's Day is not celebrated only in Russia or even in Europe alone, but it is celebrated worldwide.

The official website of Universal Children's Day has information about past and future events around the world celebrating this day as well as information about how you can get involved with your community today!

Universal Children's Day Story for Kids

Once upon a time, there was a girl who had beautiful eyes. She was very happy and lived in a beautiful house with her family. One day, the girl’s mother said to her, “You are going to school today. Go get ready.”

The girl went to her room and got dressed for school. She put on her uniform, brushed her hair and teeth, washed her face, and put on shoes. She was so excited to go to school because it was her first day of kindergarten!

When she got to school, she met some new friends named Mary and Cindy. They all had fun playing together until lunchtime when they had pizza for lunch!

After lunch, the teacher told them that they were going on a field trip to the park! When they got there, they played on the playground equipment until it was time to go home!

When they got home from school that day, they were so tired! But before bedtime, Mom asked each child what their favorite part of the day was. They all said that their favorite part was playing with their new friends at school.

This story teaches basic concepts like friendship, love, and kindness in a fun way which is perfect for young kids (and even adults). It also helps them understand that everyone deserves to be treated with respect regardless of their gender or age.

The theme for this year's Universal Children's Day is "Children: The Future of Our Planet." The goal of this theme is to help children understand how they can make a difference through their actions and choices.

We must teach our children how to be civic-minded citizens who understand how their choices impact others in their community and beyond.

There are many ways to celebrate Universal Children's Day. You can organize an event at school or in your community where children can share their ideas about how they want to make the world better for everyone. You could also make a difference by donating money to a charity that helps children who need help or who have been affected by war or natural disasters. If you want to go even further than this, then consider volunteering with some local groups or even starting your volunteer project.

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