Children's day in India is commemorated every year on November 14 across the country as a mark of tribute to India's first prime minister, Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru, fondly known as "Chacha Nehru" among children, as well as to create awareness about the rights, concerns, and education of children.
As Children's day in India approaches, both students and teachers look up to each other to engage, rejuvenate and honour the "Guru-Shishya Parampara" or Tradition by organising numerous programmes and fun-filled activities. One such activity that will boost and strengthen the student-teacher bond is holding of children's day songs programme, or competition where both, students as well as teachers can participate by singing English and Hindi songs on account of Indian Childrens Day or any language song for that matter which they are familiar with, or have a liking towards, or by performing on songs making it a memorable day for both students and teachers. After all, who doesn't like songs?!
Childrens Day Songs For Students And Teachers
There are thousands of songs dedicated to children in diverse languages which can be utilised on occasions like Children's Day to reminisce the value of children in society. An array of music numbers is available that students and teachers can pick and choose based on their choice and liking that they think would constitute the best childrens day songs to celebrate the occasion.
Childrens Day Songs For Teachers
Songs are an important medium of communication where a message gets conveyed in an easier, and convincing manner by the conveyer. Teachers on occasions like Children's Day in India can make use of songs to convey their message as well as to establish a connection with children that will help in their personality development, in addition to the fun aspect of it.
Music numbers like "Kholo Kholo Darwaje" from the movie Taare Zameen Par; "Nanhe Munne Bachche" a classic from the film Boot Polish; "Aye Zindagi" song from Chalk N Duster movie; another peppy number "Banku Bhaiya" from the Amitabh Bachachan and Shah Rukh Khan-starrer movie Bhoothnath are a few songs that teachers can present before students as part of Childrens day songs alongside rhymes like, "This Old Man", "Head, Shoulders, Knees & Toes", "Here Comes The Sun" etc. are some Childrens Day Songs in English. "Aao Bacche Tumhe Dikhaye", "Taare Zameen Par", "O Pappad Wale Panga Na Le" are some of Childrens Day Songs in Hindi
Childrens Day Songs For Students
After the Teachers, it's the turn of students to showcase their singing skills and convey their message marking the Children's Day. They can either sing or perform on peppy music numbers meant for children. Some of childrens day songs for students that are fun-filled and peppy which students can opt include "Chota Baccha Samajh Ke Humko" song from the movie Masoom in the 90s; "Chanda Chamke" from the Aamir Khan and Kajol-starrer movie Fanaa; a confidence-cum-attitude boosting song "O Pappad Wale Panga Na Le" from Makdee movie and other songs like "Bum Bum Bole", "Masti Ki Paathshala", "Ziddi Piddi" etc. are some songs that students can choose to sing or perform as part of childrens day celebration.