...Speech on Childrens day I am to give a five minute speech on Children's day in a school. This is what I want to say to them: Happy Children's day, all of you. And I mean, all of you, all of us. I find children's day very very special. Do you know why? Because the child in me also celebrates. All of us, including grown ups, have the child within us. Childhood is common to all of us. We are still our parents children, and to God, all of us are his children, aren't we? From the youngest child to the oldest teacher, all of us here are God's children. On this day, let us say hello to the child within us. This day is an opportunity to deeply and truly connect with the child within all of us, and so I wish everyone a very happy children's day. All of us have heard the phrase, Laughter is the best medicine, isn't it? So do you think it is true? Is laughter really the best medicine? If you go to the doctor for a stomach ache, does he prescribe laughter? have you ever seen a prescription that says, ten minutes of loud laughter, three times daily, followed by a glass of water? Laugh for ten days and then come back to report to me? He should, no? The fact is, if you have a stomach ache, you will be too morose to laugh, isn't it? But seriously, have you ever tried to laugh off a sickness? Is there anyone here who has a headache or a...
The School auditorium had been prepared for the occasion. It was decorated with flowers of paper. It looked very beautiful. The chief guest arrived on time and look his seat. He was welcomed with a bouquet of flowers presented by two nursery children.
The cultural show began with a welcome song and a player song. The first item was presented by the nursery and K.G. students. They were dressed up as flowers and looked very lovely. They danced all around the stage without making a single mistake. Everyone clapped loudly. There was a short Odissi dance price by a very talented girl of our school. There were some solo and group songs and dances after that.
Two Hindi and English skits were played too. The Hindi play was a comedy, while the English one was Shakespeare’s ‘Taming of the Shrew’. Both were appreciated very much. We also had a miming act and magic show presented by two boys.
All the parents and other guests enjoyed the whole evening very much. It was a well organised show. We felt very happy when we heard the loud clapping. The Chief guest came up on the stage and gave away some prizes. He praised our school and its students very much.
Our school principal gave a short history of the school and read out the annual report. She also gave a volt of thanks to the chief guest and all the other guests. Finally, the National Anthem was sung and the school Annual Day came to an end. We enjoyed it very much.