The first electronic message was sent between two computers on October 29, 1969 in California USA. October 29th, 2020 has been celebrated around the world as the International Internet Day since year 2005 to commemorate the momentous day in the history of telecommunications and technology. Now Internet has changed our life and internet safety for kids become an increasingly important issue.
On October 25th, 1881, a boy was born who later became one of the most famous artists in the world. This Spanish artist is Pablo Picasso. We celebrate International Artist’s Day on October 25th to honor artists and all the contributions they make.
World Polio Day was established by Rotary International on 24th October to celebrate the birth of Jonas Salk, who developed a vaccine against poliomyelitis. No child should suffer from this vaccine-preventable disease. This #WorldPolioDay, learn how to join with Rotary to help #endpolio for good by reading.
International Stuttering Awareness Days falls with the Autumn wind on October 22nd. Stuttering is a communication disorder involving disruptions, or dysfluencies, in a person's speech, but there are almost as many ways to stutter as there are people who stutter.
Using words to express one's feelings can be hard, but there is always a way to improve, by reading.
Celebration of Mind (CoM) is the day that brings people together to explore and enjoy puzzles, games, math and magic. World wide events are held annually on or around Martin Gardner's birthday (October 21st) for people to meet and share in the legacy of this polymath.