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Dia del Niño worksheet with encouraging sayings in Spanish

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Dia del Niño worksheet with encouraging sayings in Spanish

Dia del Niño worksheet with encouraging sayings in Spanish

Although we are very sad that all of the Dia del Niño events have been cancelled, you can still celebrate this holiday at home with your children using our Dia del Niño worksheet with 25 encouraging sayings in Spanish!

There’s no better time to celebrate our children than during the month of April. With most of our nation’s children doing their schoolwork at home, educators are working hard to keep them motivated to continue to do their school work while at home.

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Kids love celebrating holidays and this is a great time for us to share with our kids why they are appreciated, valued and so important in our lives.

About Dia del Niño

Día del Nino, Day of the Child, is a holiday that began in Mexico and is now also celebrated in parts of the United States, including Southern California.

In Mexico, it is a national observance and has been celebrated annually since 1925. It is a day where children should feel special. It is a day focused on the importance of loving, accepting and appreciating children.

How to celebrate Dia del Niño

A great way to celebrate children is to buy them a little toy, write them a note or bake them some cookies. Baking a cake and decorating it with the message “Happy Day of the Child” is also a cute idea.

One could also celebrate by making a Mexican cultural dessert such as: flan, arroz con leche or buying pan dulce.

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Usually you will find festivals in Southern California celebrating Day of the Child or public libraries who also host Day of the Child events. This year we encourage you to get creative with ways you can celebrate at home.

One suggestion that comes to mind is to bring it up to your child’s teacher to include it as a theme day to encourage children to keep on attending class. The school can highlight exemplary students or those with great attendance or participation as a way to motivate them to keep going.

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You can also make this a teachable moment with your kids by encouraging them to show more compassionate to children that may be less fortunate. Some ideas to do this may be to write them letters or drop off donations of toys or clothing.

Dia del Niño Worksheet

We have compiled a FREE Dia del Niño printable with 25 encouraging sayings in Spanish you can say to your children. All the sayings are meant to express to your children that they are special. .

Click HERE to get this FREE Dia del Niño worksheet

Belinda Espinoza is a Santa Ana native who grew up speaking Spanish to her abuela and Mexican parents. She went to college to become an educator and continues to work in the field of education. She likes Dr. Seuss’ quote that says “You make em. I’ll amuse em” which refers to him never having kids but writing a ton of children’s books. She doesn’t have kids of her own like Dr. Seuss but helps educate the next generation. She also has ten nieces and nephews and she enjoys spending time with them. She is a private tutor as well and her favorite subjects include Spanish and History. Her blogging career started in 2014 when Pattie Cordova invited her to join the team. Little did she know how much she would develop a passion for writing. She loves attending date night events, business networking events, local travel and writing about things to do with family and friends. She also loves going to food festivals for date night and trying out new restaurants. Finding a new adventure is always fun and getting to write about it is even better!

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