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Essay on “Childhood” Complete Essay for Class 10, Class 12 and Graduation and other classes.

Childhood

Essay No. 01

We all know that childhood is the golden period of man’s life. A child is free from all the worries which puzzle the minds of grownups.

A grown up’s mind I always upset. A grown up is always thinking of new schemes, a lots and strategies to cheat and hoodwink others.

A child has no such thinking. He is not a selfish or greedy creature. He suffers from neither superiority nor from inferiority complex. He is innocent like a dove. At the most he makes certain kinds of mischief and pranks. But these are harmless as he has no selfish motives in such activities. He only wants fun and laughter.

A child is a lovable creature. Parents shower all their affections on him and take care of his health, growth and education. They make all the sacrifices for him. The child need not have any worry. His only concern is to reach, play and feel happy.

A child is dependent on others. Sometimes, his wishes may to be fulfilled and he may feel depressed. Poor children have to suppress many genuine desires and this may have on adverse effect on their personality.

Many poor children have to do manual labour to earn money for their family. They are not able to attend school and so remain uneducated. Education for children from 6 to 14 is fundamental right. This right should be implemented strictly. An ideal society is one in which all the children are looked after, educated and fed. All children should be given a happy childhood.

 

Essay No. 02

 

Childhood

 

Everybody knows and believes that childhood is the golden period of man’s life. Child is free from all the worries which puzzle the minds of the grown-ups.

A cunning grown up person’s mind is always upset. It is because such a person is always thinking of new and new schemes, plots and strategies to cheat be-fool and hoodwink others.

A child has no such thinking. He is not a selfish or greedy creature. He suffers neither from superiority nor from inferiority complex. He is innocent like a dove. At the most he makes certain kinds of mischief and pranks. But these are harmless as he has no selfish motives in such activities. He only wants fun and laughter.

A child is a lovable creature. Parents shower all their affection on him and take care of his health, growth and education. They teach him language, good habits and manners. They make all the sacrifices for him. The child need not have any worry. His only concern is to read, play and feel happy.

It must, however, be borne in mind that childhood is not altogether a blissful, heavenly period of man’s life. A child is dependent on others. He may not sometimes get all his desires fulfilled. In such a state he may feel sad and depressed. In particular, the children belonging to poor families have to suppress so many of their genuine and legitimate desires and this has an adverse effect on their personality. Such children may not grow up into healthy, intelligent adults.

So many children, particularly those belonging to lower strata of society have to do manual labour to earn money for their family to make a bare existence possible. These children do not attend schools or just end as dropouts. To make their attendance more certain, midday meals have been started in government schools. Education for children of the age from 6 to 14 has been made a fundamental right. But in practice, we still have to go a long way.

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