5 Ways to Celebrate National Children’s Day

5 Ways to Celebrate National Children's Day

We all know Mother’s Day and Father’s Day, but what about Children’s Day? Our kids bring so much joy into our lives, that it’s only fitting we set aside a day to honor them! In the US, National Children’s Day is held on the second Sunday in June. Here are some great ways to celebrate the children in your life.

Have a Picnic

Any kid will tell you that there is something that is truly magical about having a picnic. Whether it’s the break for routine or the fresh summer air, kids can’t get enough of eating outdoors. A great way to celebrate Children’s Day is with a picnic in the park! Invite friends, bring some activities, and make a day of it. These simple moments are when some of the biggest memories are made.

Go Camping

Who doesn’t need a break from the daily grind? Whether you’re in a tent, camper, or glamping it up with all of the best amenities, your kids are sure to love this one-on-one time spent in the great outdoors. In honor of Children’s Day, get out there and go camping!

Binge Disney Movies

Rather stay in? Children’s Day is the perfect time to binge all of those classic Disney movies we grew up on. Let each member of the family have a pick, and create new memories with films that captured your heart when you were a kid.

Visit a Theme Park

Visiting a theme park can be fun no matter your age. Children’s Day is the perfect chance to spend the day eating delicious snacks and enjoying some classic rides. Kings Island, Stricker’s Grove, Coney Island Park, and Adventure Reef Water Park are a few of our favorites.

Make Some Treats

Does your child like to cook? Children’s Day can be the perfect time to make some cookies, learn to decorate a cake, or make a restaurant-worthy meal. Let your kid call the shots, choosing what to make! Spending time together making food is a simple activity that creates wonderful memories.

Children’s Day is the perfect opportunity to ditch the routine and have a little fun. Let us know how you will be celebrating National Children’s Day on Facebook or in the comments below.