Winnie the Pooh Day is an opportunity to his fans across the world of all ages, especially the young mass to enjoy their favorite bear and all of his friends.
Winnie the Pooh Day was created to celebrate the birth of Alan Alexander Milne in 1882 the creator of Winnie the Pooh. AA Milne has created many children’s characters and is the author of many children’s story books, and created Winnie the Pooh and his friends (His most famous creation springs to life with Winnie’s pals: Christopher Robin, Tigger, Eeyore, Piglet, and Roo) beside Milne’s son, Christopher Robin, who himself became one of the stories’ characters. Now, every year we celebrate Pooh Bear on the day of the author’s birth.
Winnie the Pooh has caring nature that made him a part of everyone while growing up. What can be a more appropriate occasion than this day to be one with the childhood buddy once again? So on 18 January make sure you have some fun celebrating Winnie the Pooh Day with Pooh and Friends by reading some of the beloved collection of storybooks about their adventures. Don’t read them alone. Read them with young children.
Enjoy the day and help your kids have lots of fun. Winnie the Pooh Day can be spent honoring the beloved character by studying bears, reading Winnie the Pooh books, some Winnie the Pooh artwork, making teddy bear-related crafts, throw a party and dress the kids up in Winnie the Pooh costumes, make some really delicious honey cookies, have a game of pooh sticks, just like the characters in the book, watching Pooh movies, while serving Pooh’s favorites – tea and honey. Or make a visit to the House at Pooh Corner; gifting a cuddly Winnie the Pooh toy to your kid, lots of choices can really be done
Whatever you do, celebrating on January 18th is the perfect way to get in the classic Winnie mood!