China： organization related to celebrate the activity， students dress neatly， send each other toy gifts， go out to eat a big meal， play etc
Russia： the international children’s Day was born here. The children perform folk dances， the school held a celebration.
Germany： East Germany in June 1st， known as the “International Children’s Day”; West Germany in September 20th; known as the “world children’s day”. There is also the difference between the traditional festival.
Sweden： August 7th of each year is the “boy’s Day”， also known as the “Lobster Festival”， encourage national boy lobster courage to learn.
Brazil： see a doctor， health first.
Columbia： Children’s day wearing a mask， clown， playing in the street， very happy.
Turkey： the National Sovereignty Day in April 23rd as a children’s day.
India： the founding Prime Minister Nehru’s birthday in November 14th as a children’s day. Children dancing， singing， government organizations related activities.
Japan： three times a year， the children’s day， full of thick Japanese customs.
South Korea： evolution from “boy’s Day”. On May 5th of each year. The children to the park， the zoo or recreational facilities.
Iraq： don’t know there is children’s day.
Islam： happy “candy festival”.
Africa： a month of children’s Carnival activities.
1、英语朗诵表演《My father my hero》
My father my hero
My father was my hero， all throughout my life.
The father of eight children， he saw his share of strife.
When I was very little， he appeared to be so large.
In my eyes he could do anything， we all knew he was in charge.
He was a man of great strength both physically and in mind，
but in him there was a gentleness， he found ways to be outgoing and kind.
Many days of childhood were greeted with a kiss，
and songs to me as I awoke， those days I surely miss.
He made me feel so special， “Miss America” he would sing.
I knew I had my father’s love. It gave me courage to do anything.
From him I learned to stand up tall， to be proud of who I am.
Strength and determination were the qualities of this fine man.
As the years of his life dwindled down5， that strength kept him alive.
Plus the unfailing determination to help my ailing mother have the care she needed to survive.
He loved her and his children， so much he gave up years of his life
caring for this woman， his soulmate， his wife.
Day and night he struggled for years with her disease.
A lesser man would have been brought down to his knees.
With illnesses of his own， he still stood by her side
caring for her and loving her until the day she died.
Twenty days later his own time was at an end.
I lost my hero， my father， a man who was my friend.
A few years have passed， and life just isn’t the same.
But as Father’s Day approaches， I will celebrate his name.
With prayers to him and God above to stay by my side，
to watch over me and guide me， to look down on me with pride.
For I am my father’s daughter， one day we will meet again.
But until then I will remember， and the love will never end.