SEÇÃO DE BRINQUEDOS
Acrylic paint – Tintas acrílicas
Action figure – Boneco de ação (super-heróis, etc.)
Ball – Bola
Bingo – Bingo
Blocks – Blocos
Board game – Jogo de tabuleiro
Card ou Playing card – Carta de jogo
Cartridge – Cartucho de vídeo game
Casino – Cassino
Checkers (amer), draughts (brit) – Jogo de dama
Checkerboard (amer), draughtboard (brit) – Tabuleiro de damas
Chess – Xadrez
Clay – Argila
Coloring book – Livro de colorir
Cradle – Berço
Crayons – Lápis de cera
Dice – Dados
Fonte: IQ Toys
Doll – Boneca
Dollhouse – Casa de Boneca
Figurine – Estatueta
Fonte: All Waze
Jigsaw (Puzzle) – Quebra–cabeça
Marbles – Bolas de gude
Model kit – Maquete
Fonte: Eva Toys
Paper doll – Boneca de papel
Picture book – Livro de gravuras
Scrabble (marca comercial) – Jogo de tabuleiro em que os jogadores formam palavras cruzadas com letras tiradas de uma pilha.
Orangotango – Animal em Tecido
Fonte: Noah’s Animal Figurines
Stuffed animals – Bichos em tecido
Teddy bear – Urso de Pelúcia
Toy chest – Baú para brinquedos
Toy train – Trem de brinquedo
Video game system – Vídeo game
Vídeo Game Playstation 3
Fonte: PS3 for Free
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Children’s Day is an event celebrated on various days in many places around the world. International Children’s Day is celebrated on June 1 and Universal Children’s Day is on November 20. Other countries celebrate a local ‘children’s day’ on other dates. The holiday is simply set to honor children and minors. It is usually marked with speeches on children’s rights and wellbeing, children TV programs, parties, various actions involving or dedicated to children, families going out etc.
In Brazil, Children’s Day is celebrated on October 12, coinciding with Our Lady of Aparecida’s day, the country’s Patron Saint, which is a national holiday.
Portugal and former colonies
In Portugal, and also at some of its former colonies – Guinea-Bissau, Macau, Cape Verde, East Timor, Angola – Children’s Day is celebrated on June 1.
United States of America
Children’s Day was proclaimed by President Bill Clinton to be held on October 8, 2000.
“National Child’s Day” was proclaimed by President George W. Bush as June 3, 2001 and in subsequent years on the first Sunday in June.
In 2007, Illinois Governor Rod R. Blagojevich issued a proclamation proclaiming the second Sunday in June as Children’s Day. The mayors of Aurora and Batavia, Illinois, also issued proclamations.