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June 1st Special Days - Featuring Stand For Children Freebies!

Catherine McDiarmid-Watt | Thursday, June 02, 2022 | 0 comments
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Image: Laura Kelly, Child Development Center caregiver, paints the hands of a Moody child for Child Abuse Prevention Month on April 9, 2014, at Moody Air Force Base, Ga

Image: Stand Up for Yourself and Your Friends: Dealing with Bullies and Bossiness and Finding a Better Way | Paperback: 64 pages | by Patti Kelley Criswell (Author), Angela Martini (Illustrator). Publisher: American Girl; Reprint edition (March 1, 2016)
Stand Up for Yourself and Your Friends
June 1st is... National Stand for Children Day (1996), International Day for Protection of Children (1950), International Children's Day (1925), Global Day of Parents (2012), White Rabbit Day, Baby Boomers Recognition Day, CNN Day, International IGBO Day, National Dare Day, International Dinosaur Day, Don't Give Up The Ship Day, Flip a Coin Day, Heimlich Maneuver Day (1974), Superman's Birthday, World Reef Awareness Day, National Go Barefoot Day, National Olive Day, National Hazelnut Cake Day, World Milk Day, Mint Julep Day, National Nail Polish Day, Oscar the Grouch's Birthday/Oscar the Grouch Day, Atlantic Hurricane Season Begins, Binky Day, Service Design Day, World Hypoparathyroidism Awareness Day, Say Something Nice Day, Disneyland Day, National Pen Pal Day, New Year's Resolution Recommitment Day, World Narcissistic Abuse Awareness Day, Wear a Dress Day, Procession de Bouteilles, Tempestas, Madaraka Day, Gawai Dayak (Malaysia/Indonesia), 30 Days Wild (UK), First Day of Meteorological Summer (Northern), First Day of Meteorological Winter (Southern), Phi Day (UK), National Pearl Day (UK), Children's Day (Germany), Marine's Day (Mexico), Independence Day (Samoa), National Tree Planting Day (Cambodia), Madaraka Day (Kenya), Admission Day (Kentucky), Admission Day (Tennessee)

PLUS - interesting books to read and free printables, papercrafts, recipes, crafts, activities, and coloring pages.

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Image: Stand for Children | Hardcover: 32 pages | by Marian Wright Edelman (Author), Adrienne Yorinks (Illustrator). Publisher: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers; 1st edition (May 15, 1998)
National Stand For Children Day (1996)
-- On June 1, 1996, over 300,000 people rallied in Washington, DC for Stand for Children Day at the Lincoln Memorial. This event was the largest demonstration for children in US history, and it also sent a clear message about how strongly Americans felt about improving the lives of children across the country. Rosa Parks, a civil rights movement icon, made a statement that challenged the people of the nation to commit themselves to improve the lives of children, saying, If I can sit down for justice, you can stand up for children.

Read: Stand for Children, by Marian Wright Edelman, Adrienne Yorinks
-- Adults familiar with Edelman, president and founder of the Children's Defense Fund, will hear her voice in this picture-book call to action on behalf of children everywhere, comprising portions of a speech she gave at a rally for children's rights advocates. Her message of inclusion is appropriately carried out in the effective artwork.

Image: What Do You Stand For? Character Building Card Game Cards | Cards: 60 pages | by Barbara A. Lewis (Author). Publisher: Free Spirit Publishing; Gmc Crds edition (September 1, 2006)What Do You Stand For? -- Turn learning into a game and kids will want to play. This card game spotlights ten top character traits: Caring, Citizenship, Cooperation, Fairness, Forgiveness, Honesty, Relationships, Respect, Responsibility, and Safety. To win, players collect cards of each trait. Each card features a What If scenario or question about a character that gets kids thinking about what they would do - and what they stand for. Meant to be played with adult supervision (a teacher, counselor, or youth worker familiar with character education themes), the game includes an insert with rules and basic character education concepts.

Image: I Have the Right to Be a Child | Hardcover: 48 pages | by Alain Serres (Author), Aurelia Fronty (Illustrator), Helen Mixter (Translator). Publisher: Groundwood Books (May 22, 2012)
I Have the Right to Be a Child -- With a very simple text accompanied by rich, vibrant illustrations a young narrator describes what it means to be a child with rights — from the right to food, water, and shelter, to the right to go to school, to the right to be free from violence, to the right to breathe clean air, and much more. The book emphasizes that these rights belong to every child on the planet, whether they are black or white, small or big, rich or poor, born here or somewhere else. It also makes evident that knowing and talking about these rights are the first steps toward making sure that they are respected.

Children's Rights Coloring and Activity Books

Free Printables, Coloring Pages, Activities, and Crafts:

👪 Printable Rights for Every Child Booklet

👪 Printable Kid’s Guide to Building Great Communities Booklet

👪 Stand Up For Children's Rights - Unicef

Image: Oscar's Book (Sesame Street) (Little Golden Book) | Hardcover: 24 pages | by Golden Books (Author, Illustrator). Publisher: Golden Books; Reissue edition (July 10, 2018)
Oscar's Rotten Birthday
Oscar the Grouch's Birthday
-- June 1st is Oscar the Grouch's birthday and since his introduction to the well-known PBS show Sesame Street in 1969 he has been a trash loving character cherished by all. Along with his pet's Slimy the worm and Fluffy the elephant Oscar is sure to give us all a humble reminder of why he has such a disdain for humanity.

🗑️ Oscar The Grouch Games, Art and Activities

🗑️ 8 Sweet Treats for Oscar the Grouch's Birthday

🗑️ DLTK Oscar The Grouch Craft

🗑️ Oscar the Grouch cupcakes

🗑️ Oscar The Grouch Papercraft

Image: Why Flip a Coin?: The Art and Science of Good Decisions | Paperback: 206 pages | by H. W. Lewis (Author). Publisher: Wiley (August 27, 1998)
Why Flip a Coin
Flip a Coin Day
-- Julius Caesar is credited with starting the practice of flipping a coin to make decisions. His own head was on one side of every Roman coin, so heads determined the winner in each flip. People thought heads meant that Caesar agreed with the decision. The coin flip was used in serious litigation involving property, marriage, and even criminal guilt. Just think how many lawyers would be out of a job if we went back to flipping a coin as a form of justice.

🪙 Flip a Coin: Learning Probability

🪙 Coin Count Flip Book

🪙 Math and Money Worksheets

🪙 Money Worksheets for Counting Change

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