Children’s Day interesting facts:
- Children’s Day was first celebrated in the USA in 1856.
- Children’s Day is celebrated in some countries on various dates but most often on June 1.
- Mozart’s children teased him by playing incomplete scales on the piano. Mozart, as a great musical genius, could not stand it!
- Children are born with 300 bones, which is almost 50% more than adults. Over time, some bones fuse together, and their number is reduced to 206.
- 60% of all energy a child spends is consumed by his/her brain.
Printable children’s day coloring sheets
Finally, printable children’s day coloring sheets are here👶 Children’s Day is a very special day not only for kids but for all family members. It’s an opportunity to celebrate and spend some time together. And the free children’s day coloring pages are perfect for this purpose. These cool Children’s Day printables include a dozen or so high-quality pictures to print or download in PDF format. You’ll find a lot of smiling & happy children on them. All pictures are completely free and unique.
International Children’s Day can be celebrated in a variety of ways. It could be going out with your parents for ice cream or to the park. In schools and kindergartens, special sports competitions and quizzes are often organized. Sometimes children are also given small gifts on this day, such as LEGO sets, Barbie dolls, Hot Wheels cars, teddy bears, sweets, interesting books, board games or cinema tickets. Coloring can also be an interesting and fun element of this celebration. You can color the Children’s Day coloring pages with your parents or a group of friends. We hope you enjoy it and at the end of the day you will go to bed with a smile on your face and great memories.