Every year, on October 4, we celebrate a special day: Animal Day. It's the perfect opportunity to reflect on the love and care we have for our animal friends. For parents with school-age children, this day offers a unique opportunity to emphasize the value of animals in our lives and teach children how to care for them. Moreover, with the evenings getting dark earlier, our animal night lights (such as the sweet bear, the cute rabbit, the wise owl, and even the playful puppy) can bring a cozy atmosphere to the nursery.
1. Visit an animal shelter:
Consider visiting a local animal shelter with your child. It gives them a chance to learn more about animals in need and how they can help.
2. Make an animal project:
Let your children draw or make crafts with their favorite animal. Maybe the majestic lion, the cuddly koala or the cunning fox? It's a fun way to stimulate their creativity and learn about different animal species at the same time.
3. Read an animal story before bed:
With winter approaching, there is nothing more pleasant than reading a story together. Choose an animal story and complete the atmosphere with one of our night lights, such as the happy penguin.
4. Take care of the animals in your garden:
Set up a birdhouse with your children or give the rabbit a carrot. It is a wonderful way to teach children to care for the animals around us.
As a parent, it is essential to encourage your children's curiosity and compassion. Animal Day offers an excellent opportunity to do this. And when the day comes to an end, what could be better than putting your child to bed in the soft glow of an animal nightlight?