Independence Day Celebration 2016 (PHOTOS)

The 2016 Independence Day celebration marking Nigeria’s 56th anniversary has come and gone, but the memories linger in the minds of pupils of Bloomseed Elementary School .The children came  dressed in beautiful traditional attires highlighting our diverse and  rich heritage and culture.

Here are some of the lovely traditional attires…

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Learning about Independence Day in Nigeria is an essential part of a child’s education. It is important to educate children about their country’s history and culture, and Independence Day provides an excellent opportunity to do so. Nigeria gained independence from British colonial rule on October 1, 1960, and since then, the country has made significant strides in development and progress.

By teaching children about Independence Day, they can learn about Nigeria’s struggle for freedom and the sacrifices made by our forefathers. They can understand the significance of the day and appreciate the value of democracy, independence, and freedom. Children will also learn about the Nigerian national anthem, flag, and other national symbols that are an important part of our cultural heritage.

Learning about Independence Day also helps children develop a sense of national pride and identity. It instills in them a sense of responsibility to contribute positively to their country’s growth and development. Children learn about the importance of good governance, the rule of law, and respect for human rights.

Moreover, understanding Independence Day is critical to building a sense of unity among diverse cultures and ethnic groups in Nigeria. It promotes a sense of national cohesion and helps children appreciate the rich diversity of our country.

In conclusion, learning about Independence Day in Nigeria is crucial for elementary school children. It promotes national pride, cultural identity, and a sense of responsibility to contribute positively to the country’s development. By understanding Nigeria’s history, children can appreciate the sacrifices made by our forefathers and value the importance of democracy, independence, and freedom.

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