Good morning friends. I’m sure this day will be a special day to all parents, especially to all children, as it is the Children’s Day. Children will be our future hope that’s why all parents must guide our children in a good way and in a right way. We should always boost and uplift our children while they are growing. And it is the right time for them to teach everything.
The day had something in store for every child. For once, the difference between the haves’ and the have-nots’ melted away, as children from every stratum of society had something to cheer their spirits on Children’s Day.
The British Library had a workshop on the theme of story-telling for children aged 8-12. The library also unveiled a fresh collection of books by contemporary British authors, which had the children all excited.
Children of Visamo Kids Foundation, besides participating in a rally protesting against child labour, performed a skit narrating the differences between their life, before and after joining the NGO, punctuating it with little personal inputs on the way.
At Ahmedabad Management Association, YJ Trivedi AMA Academy for Intellectual Property Rights organized a workshop on Intellectual Property Rights’. Young minds got an insight into rights to protect trademark, patents, copyrights, industrial design and trade secrets.
At the Shahpur Memorial School, YUVA volunteers organized a magic show, where about 150 children had a memorable time trying their hands at various magic tricks. With free goodies distributed at the end, the children went back with large, bright smiles on their faces. Similarly, at a couple of municipal schools in the city, the Ahmedabad chapter of CII (Confederation of Indian Industry)’s Young Indians’ group put together an animated moral-based story-telling session as well as a puppet show, where about 300 children participated and had a whale of a time. – The Times of India