Children’s Day in Finland is held on November 20th, annually. On this day, every adult and parent is urged in many ways than one to make better choices/decisions in life, for the advancement and livelihood of children. They encourage working together, instead of dealing with things alone. This day is spent a little differently than other countries. It is Children’s Day, but parents and adults are really given lessons on how to be better people. There are anti-bullying workshops and family time workshops as well. There are festivals, parties, and more for the children of Finland, all to celebrate them being alive and encourage them being well.