Simple Children’s Day Speech In English For Students

Children's Day Speech

Children’s Day Speech becomes more significant if that speech is given by school students or by kids in their society on the occasion of children’s day. But before we start with the simple children’s day speech. let us know the significance of the special day “14th November- Children’s day or Bal Diwas”.

Yes, Children’s day is also known as bal diwas and we all know that we celebrate this day on the Birth Anniversary of our Late first Prime Minister of India Shri Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru.

Connection of Pt Jawahar Lal Nehru and Children’s

Fondly known as Chacha Nehru loves kids and enjoys spending quality time with them. He once said that “The children of today will make the India of tomorrow. The way we bring them up will determine the future of the country.” 

He left a legacy of education for children in India. 20th November was celebrated as Children’s day before 1964. but after the death of Nehru ji in 1964, his birthday was decided to be celebrated as children’s Day on 14th November.

There are constitutional rights for children which majorly include:

  1. Right to early childhood care and education.
  2. Right to be protected from abuse.
  3. Right to free and compulsory elementary education for all children in the 6-14 year age group.
  4. Right to equal opportunities and facilities to develop in a healthy manner.
  5. Right to freedom and dignity and guaranteed protection of childhood and youth against exploitation.

8 Tips to Prepare your child for Children’s Day Speech

Preparing your child for speech or elocution make sure you give them proper guidance to boost their confidence. 8 Pointers that need to be followed while preparing for the Children’s day speech are:

  1. Let them know the value of the day. The reason why we are celebrating this special day.
  2. Research about the topic of the speech as different topics for children’s day speech could be “Why we celebrate Children’s day?”, “Fundamental Rights of Childen”, Future of India holds in the hand of today’s children” and so on.
  3. Prepare the structure of the speech keeping the time limit in mind.
  4. Tell them to draft the speech in their language.
  5. Guide them to have an engaging introduction.
  6. Make sure they write and have a powerful conclusion.
  7. Eye contact while giving a speech is extremely important, let them know this.
  8. Practice, Practice, and Practice, this is going to deliver them a great speech on the special occasion.
Children's Day Speech

Tips To write Children’s Day Speech

  • Give an Introduction about Shri Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru.
  • Continue with About His contribution to children.
  • Explain About Why Pandit Nehru is called Chacha Nehru.
  • Share Why people celebrate Children’s day every year on November 14.
  • End the Speech with The importance of Children’s Day.

Simple Children’s Day Speech

We are sharing a short, simple, and sample speech here for children’s day written in a simple way and ideal for the occasion. It is easy to deliver during any children’s day program in school.

Children’s Day Speech 1 – For Small Kids Grades 1 to 3

Respected Principal, Teachers, and My Dear Friends. Wishing you all a very Happy Children’s Day, My name is ____________________ from standard ______ to share my views on this very special occasion.

Children’s day is celebrated on 14th November every year, since 1964 in India. We celebrated this day to mark the birth of our first Prime Minister Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru as he loves kids and cherished every moment he spent with children and believed they are our tomorrow and the fate of the nation lies in their hands, and children were very fond of him and lovingly called him “Chacha Nehru” or “Chachaji”.

He always believed in equality and believes that every child has equal rights to education, health, and safety. Like our school, other schools around the country celebrate by conducting many programs to encourage children to give new ideas of innovation and various games and stage performances that include debates singing, dancing and more.

This day is special and we should understand our role is very important to build a strong nation around the globe. Thanks a lot, for giving me time to express my love for Chacha Nehru together we can and will grow India with the right education, love, and courage,

Children’s Day Speech 2 – Grade 4 and Above

Good Morning one and all present here, Today on the occasion of Children’s day, I ______ from std ____ take the privilege to give a children’s day speech and share my views on a special day.

Well, different countries celebrate Children’s day on a different day but we as Indian celebrate this special day on the birth anniversary of our most loved prime minister of India Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru on 14th November every year. The first Prime Minister of independent India loves children so much and once said that “The children of today will make the India of tomorrow” and we have to.

He was called as Chacha Nehru because of his loving and encouraging nature toward kids. He was very concerned about the condition of the children in the country as he considered children the country’s future. He loved both girls and boys equally and believed in providing equal opportunities to them for the real development of the nation.

After the death of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru in 1964, his birthday was celebrated as Children’s Day all over India. It is involved in various types of activities like fancy dress competitions, singing competitions, etc. are organized on this day.

Children are an invaluable asset to the nation as well as hope for the future and tomorrow, so they should be given proper care and love.

Now I am going to conclude my speech, thank you all for being here and making this program a success.


Make sure to focus on maintaining your confidence while delivering it. Research while adding any quotes and topics related to the history of our country. Happy Children’s Day!!

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Ruchi Verma

Certified parenting teen practitioner, multiple Award winner, mother of two active kids believes in sharing the right source of information to readers which could help them in every possible way!!

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  1. Again very informative article Ruchi. I think these tips definitely help the kids and make them more confident in front of the audience.

  2. Delivering an engaging speech needs pratice. And inculcating the habit of doing reseach right from our kid’s first ever speech will put them on the right path. This will not only make them feel more confident but it will bring the natural flow while delivering it.

  3. Here in USA, we missed a lot our Indian patriotic celebration. your post has made me remind my school days, when we use to prepare and present speech for children ‘s day. you have shared great tips and speech idea for children day speech in this post. I am sure it will help lots of parents and kids to deliver good speech on this occasion.

  4. However public speaking classes we send our kids to the experience of actually taking part and preparing for it different. Your tips are not just practical but effective also

  5. This is thoughtfully curated post. Mostly on occcasion like these parents run around searching for content. Here we have everything at one place with the tips to apply.

  6. Your post made me so nostalgic. I used to write so many speeches for both my kids and used to end up learning them by heart. One day my daughter came from school at 4.30 pm and announced that she had to dress like Nehru and give his speech. Imagine my plight..I was running around trying to get her dress ready and then her speech. No internet no online shopping, Suddenly I remembered that my Wren & Martin had some excerpts in precis writing and there I found My tryst with destiny speech .”

  7. Ah! This came right in time, We had to work on a speech and a story on the Children’s day function next week. I will keep your points in mind.

  8. Kids are always excited about Children’s Day and giving a speech is an important part of it. With your help I’ll now add some more points to help my kids speak better about it.

  9. This is such an apt post. One stop solution. Loved all the tips. Public speaking in a need of an hour and content like this makes it effective and engaging too. Thanks for sharing dear.

  10. This made me think a bit. And I love the suggestions that you gave according to the age. Children should know what it is before enjoying the holiday or the celebrations at school.

  11. This is the time when we all bring up different things up for our kids, but the best way to amp up the spirit of real children’s day is by giving them something that really adds value. This is a right post for that.

  12. Such a wonderful topic of discussion. I think the this will surely help kids & parents.

  13. The timing of the post and the content of this speech are very good. I am sure many moms will benefit from it while preparing their kids for show and tells on the occasion of Children’s Day.

  14. Just today I received a circular about the Children’s Day speech at school and I read your post, it’s such a timely coincidence. Will surely try and follow your tips.

  15. Researching about nation’s first PM is always a resourceful activity. The pointers presented here are very crucial while planning the speech. Covering each information of personality in speech with learnings is a great way to conclude the speech.

  16. These are such great tips to prepare any child for children’s day speech. Throughout my life I have never been comfortable on stage but I don’t wish same for my son. I want him to be comfortable on stage so I would like develop that in him from the very early stage. And the tips you have shared will help me in doing that.

  17. Now days kids have to speak such speeches right from pre-primary & primary classes. Children’s day is fast approaching and this speech will be of ready help.

  18. This is so cute and helpful specially since children’s day is coming up. My son is also prepping for some speech by Nehru at school for this occasion.

  19. This day celebrated to honour all children as well as to honour the person who was the epitome of great love towards children.

  20. Delivering a good speech needs a lot of focus and confidence. You have shared some speech tips and tricks which can be easily used and super helpful.

  21. Wonderful post !! Everything well searched then written .it’s really gonna benefit mother’s to help kido’s prepare children day speech and know about children day

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