We have provided below variety of speech on children’s day under various words limit according to the student’s needs and requirements. All the provided children’s day speeches are very simple and easy, written especially for the students. They can select any of the given speeches according to their needs and requirement to easily participate in the speech recitation activity in their school without any hesitation.
Long and Short Speech on Children’s Day
Good Morning everyone!! Very special thanks to Principal Sir, guests, and my friends. As you all know that today is Children’s Day and we have gathered here to celebrate it. But, before we move on to the celebrations, I would like to present a small speech on Children’s Day just to set up the mood.
Children’s Day is celebrated on the birth anniversary of the first Prime Minister of India and a great freedom fighter and a close associate of Mahatma Gandhi. He was a politically active member of the Indian National Congress also serving twice as its President.
He also shared an affectionate relationship with the children and was referred to as “Chacha (Uncle) Nehru. For this very reason, his birthday on 14th November is celebrated as Children’s Day and dedicated to the cause of child welfare.
With this, I would like to end my speech. Thank you!!
Good Morning respected Principal Sir, teachers, staff and my dear friends. My name is ________ and I am here to give a speech on children’s Day.
We celebrate Children’s Day on the birth anniversary of Pundit Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of India. Apart from being a veteran freedom fighter and a prominent politician, he shared a very close relationship with the children of India. The children also loved him and called him Chacha Nehru.
Jawaharlal Nehru, all through his life, admired and loved the children irrespective of their caste, creed, religion, culture or financial background. He was of the opinion that children are the future of a nation and hence they must be nurtured and educated well.
It is this consideration of his for the children that we celebrate on Children’s Day. The day is celebrated to spread awareness about the welfare of children, mostly those belonging to the financially poor and deprived class. Events are held to bring such children to the fore and also efforts to educate and nurture them are made.
Children’s Day is a befitting tribute to Chacha Nehru and his thoughts on the children and their contribution to a nation’s progress. With this, I would like to end my speech, wishing you all once again a very Happy Children’s Day!!
Good morning to the Principal sir, teachers and my dear friends. We all are very glad and gathered here to celebrate children’s day. At this auspicious occasion, I would like to speech on the children’s day. Children become the happiness of society and home as well as the future of the country. We can not ignore their involvement and contribution to the life of parents, teachers and other related people all through life. Children are liked by everyone and without children, life becomes very boring and upset. They are blessed by God and conquer our hearts with their beautiful eyes, innocent activities, and smiles. Children’s Day is celebrated every year to pay tribute to all the children all over the world.
It is celebrated at different dates in various countries however in India, it is being celebrated for years on the 14th of November. Actually 14th of November is the birth anniversary of the legendary freedom fighter and first prime minister of independent India (Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru) however celebrated as the children’s day because of his great love and affection towards children. He was a political leader however spent most of the precious moments with children and loved their innocence. Children’s Day celebration brings lots of fun and frolic activities. The celebration of this day reminds us to renew our commitment towards children’s welfare including their proper health, care, teaching, etc. Children were Chacha Nehru’s ideals and given lots of love and care by him. It is an occasion to appropriate the qualities of childhood.
Children are considered the building blocks of a strong nation. Children are very small but have the capability to change the nation positively. They are the responsible citizens of tomorrow as the development of the country lies in their hands. Children’s Day celebration also reminds us about their rights of which they are getting benefits or not. Children are leaders of tomorrow so they need to get respect, special care, and protection from their parents, teachers and other members of the family. They are being abused in many ways in our nation by their family members, relatives, neighbors or other strangers. Children’s day celebrations make us remind about the importance of the children in the family, society, and country. Following are the common rights of the children which they must get:
- They should get proper care and love from the parents and family.
- They should get healthy food, clean clothes, and security.
- They should get a healthy living environment where they can feel safe at home, school or other places.
- They should get a proper and good level of education.
- They should be provided with special care when disabled or sick.
Let us join our hands together and take a pledge to secure the present and future of the country’s leaders to make a beautiful nation.
Good morning to the excellencies, principal sir, teachers, and my dear colleagues. As we all know that we are gathered here to celebrate the birth anniversary of the first Prime Minister of India means children’s day. I would like to speech on this great occasion and make this occasion a memorable one for me. The 14th of November is celebrated as the children’s day every year all over India in the schools and colleges. 14th of November is the birthday of the Pundit Jawaharlal Nehru who was the first Prime Minister of independent India.
His birthday is celebrated as children’s day because of his great love and affection for the children of the nation. He had given much importance to the children throughout his life and loved to talk to them. He always liked to be among children and surrounded by them. He is called as the Chacha Nehru by the children because of his lots of love and care towards children.
It is celebrated by the cabinet ministers and high officials including other people in the early morning by gathering at Shanti Bhavan and pay homage to the great leader. They place flowers garland at the Samadhi and perform prayers and then chanting of hymns takes place. A heartily tribute is paid to the Chacha Nehru for his selfless sacrifices, encouraging youths, peaceful political achievements, etc.
Variety of cultural programs and activities are organized in various schools and colleges
by the children to celebrate this day with big enthusiasm. National, inspirational and motivational songs are sung, stage show, dance, short dramas, etc are played by the children to remember the Indian leader and his great love and care for the children. A big crowd of people attends the celebration to hear the speech of students about the Pt. Nehru. Pt. Nehru always advised the children to be patriotic and nationalistic all through life. He always inspired and cheered the children doing deeds of bravery and sacrifice for the motherland.
First of all, I would like to say a very good morning to everyone gathered here to celebrate the children’s day today. On this occasion of children’s day, I would like a speech about why the birth anniversary of Pt. Nehru is celebrated as children’s day. I wish you all my dear friends a very happy children’s day. It has been officially declared by the UN General Assembly to celebrate Children’s day on the 20th of November, yet it is celebrated on the 14th of November all over India annually on the account of birth anniversary of Jawaharlal Nehru. His birthday has been chosen to be celebrated as the children’s day because of his great love, care, and affection to the children. He liked to talk and play with children for a long time. He wanted to be surrounded by the children all through his life. He worked hard for the betterment of children and youths of the country just after the independence of India on August 15, 1947.
Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru was very much enthusiastic and warm-hearted towards children especially about their welfare, rights, education and an overall improvement in order to make this country a developed nation. He was very inspiring and motivating in nature, he always inspired the children working hard and bravery works. He was very much concerned about the health and welfare of the children in India, so he worked hard for the children so that they can get their childhood rights. He was called Chacha Nehru by the children because of his selfless affection to them. His birthday was started celebrating as children’s Day all across India after his death in 1964.
He always favored childhood and supported them to live a proper childhood without any personal, social, national, family and financial responsibilities because they are the future of the nation and responsible for the country’s development. Childhood becomes the best phase of life which should be healthy and happy with everyone so that they can be ready to lead their nation ahead. If the children are unhealthy from mind and body, they cannot give their best to their nation in the future. So, the childhood phase of life is the most significant phase which every parent should nourish with their love, care, and affection. As being a citizen of the country, we should understand our responsibilities and save the future of the nation.
Children’s day is celebrated with lots of fun and frolic activities like games, sports, indoor games, outdoor games, dance, drama play, national songs, speech, essay writing, etc. activities and all. This is the day which removes all the barriers against children and allows them to celebrate as they want. Students are motivated by the teachers to show their talents on this occasion by participating in quiz competitions or other types of competitions like painting, modern dress show, singing, and cultural programs.
Good morning to the respected Principal sir, teachers and my dear friends. I would like to speech on this occasion of children’s day about the children’s day celebration and the importance of children. I am very grateful to my class teacher to give me such an opportunity to speak on this occasion in front of you all. Children’s Day is celebrated on different dates in many countries however, In India, it is celebrated on the 14th of November every year to commemorate the birthday of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. Actually the 14th of November is the birth anniversary of the Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru which is celebrated as the children’s day every year all over India. 1st of June is celebrated as International Children’s Day whereas the 20th of November as Universal Children’s Day.
Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru was a true friend of the children. He loved to talk and play with children. He was the Prime Minister of India however loved to remain among children by following all the political responsibilities towards the country. He was a very warm-hearted person, always inspired and motivated children to be patriotic and happy citizens of the country. Children used to call him Chacha Nehru because of his love and affection. He was very fond of roses and children all through his life. Once he said that children are like the buds in the garden. He was very concerned about the condition of the children of the country as he understood children as the future of the country. He wanted that, children should be nurtured by the parents very carefully and lovingly for the bright future of the country.
He understood children as the real strength of the country. He loved children of both sexes equally and believed in giving equal opportunities to both for the actual development of the nation. His genuine love for the children became the reason for getting an endearing name as Chacha Nehru. In order to pay him a tribute, his birth anniversary is celebrated as children’s day all over India after his death in 1964. It is celebrated by organizing a variety of activities such as singing, drama play, dancing, essay writing, storytelling, speech, quiz competitions, etc.
Celebrating children’s day memorizes us about the importance of children in making the future of the country. This celebration makes a call to every Indian citizen to protect their little ones from all harm by providing a better childhood. Nowadays, children are being the victim of many social evils like a drug, child abuse, alcohol, sex, hard labor, violence, etc. They are forced to earn little money for hard work at a very small age. They remain away from the healthy life, parents love, education, and other childhood happiness. Children’s day celebration helps us to think again and again about the status of children in the country. Children are the valuable asset of the nation as well as the future and hope of tomorrow, so they should get proper care and love.
Respected Principal, Vice Principal, Teachers and Beloved Students – Warm Greetings Everyone!
I take immense pleasure to thank the school for giving me the opportunity to deliver a speech on the importance of Children’s Day. Being a parent, I realize how important it is in recent times to rejoice this wonderful occasion. It was Pandit Nehru’s dream that all the children of the nation must be educated and knowledgeable which mainly implies that they should be paying attention to all subjects equally as every subject is associated with a certain amount of concepts which will help you to grow in your future life.
In memory of the great leader and to honor his love for children, November 14 is celebrated in India as Children’s Day. It is also referred to as Bal Diwas by a number of people. Several children across the world suffer from atrocities that are innumerable. We must ensure that the rights of children are protected and they are not exploited. It is rightly said that “God is closest to children because their hearts and minds are pure and innocent”.
Pundit Jawaharlal Nehru believed that children must be provided with love and attention as they are the future bearers of a nation. Children truly deserve a day that is dedicated to them. All across the world, different countries celebrate Children’s Day. You all are the picture of innocence and everybody adores children. It is a day specially set aside to honor children and celebrate your presence. This day is dedicated to children and everybody tries their best to make you all happy on this day.
Though, universally, Children’s Day takes place on 20th November. The United Nations has declared this day as Children’s Day and it is intended to promote the welfare and wellbeing of children and also to celebrate childhood. Although November 20th is celebrated worldwide as Children’s Day, different countries have their own special day to celebrate this propitious occasion.
Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru is the first Prime Minister of India was very fond of children. The world may remember him as the first Indian Prime Minister and a skilled politician, but for children, he was always considered as Chacha Nehru.
Despite being a polished and perceptive political leader, Nehru was immensely fond of being surrounded by children. He never discriminated between a girl and a boy as his ideology emphasized more on the concept of equality. Nehru Ji was a patient listener and he admired children while they spoke. He believed that children are the future of a nation and educating them is a step towards the progress of a nation.
Children’s Day is an occasion where we all should collectively take an oath for the safety of our children. The growing rate of crime in today’s scenario against children baffles parents and teachers to the core. We want that our children should be safe and to assure this aspect we need to educate them not only by imparting formal education, but it becomes our duty to make them aware of the social evils prevalent in our society. They should be taught to be alert every second in their life and should also be made aware of the difference between a good and a bad touch.
It would be then that we could provide them with a safe environment both at home and at school. Therefore, children are tender buds and it becomes our duty to assure them, a safe atmosphere which they rightfully deserve. Celebrating Children’s Day just as a convention is not enough rather we should collectively take certain measures to protect their childhood as they are our young minds who will support our country to grow in an optimistic manner with novel ideas.
This is all from my side, thank you!