Toy Soldier Day
Toy Soldier Day is an annual celebration observed on every March 4th. It’s time to gather up all your miniature figurine soldiers for the war. Although the role-playing has advanced to a very large extent, there is one thing that remains the same and is nothing but the Toy Soldier. Undoubtedly, for every little boy, the war was an exciting game and who would have been a great fan of these soldiers. Playing with those toy soldiers was really a golden memory for any even now. Celebrate these toy soldiers with a day of their own worth the celebration. The Toy Soldier Day celebrates the Toy Soldier themselves and their passion towards saving people from danger. On this day, you can gather up your Toy Soldier Army to combat with the rivals as a way to get back to reminisce your childhood.
“I enjoyed being in movies when I was a boy. As a child you’re not acting – you believe. Ah, if an adult could only act as a child does with that insane, playing-at-toy- soldiers concentration!” – Roddy McDowall
History of Toy Soldier Day
The Toy Soldier Day‘s exact details regarding the history, origin, and the founder are unknown. However, there is a mention that this Day has been created to celebrate the Toy Soldiers Unite (TSU) which was formed in 2006. The Day is not only to just celebrate the founding TSU but is also focuses on the Army of Toy Soldiers. More importantly, Toy Soldier Day focuses entirely on the Toy Soldier themselves and their passionate work. A toy soldier is a miniature figurine that depicts a soldier. The toy soldier is a term that includes all the uniformed military personnel from all the eras like the cowboys, knights, pirates, samurais and combat-related personsToy Soldier Army has four regimens called Toy Soldiers, Nurses & Medics, Scouts and Engineers. Toy soldiers vary from the simple playthings to the highly realistic and detailed models. They were made from different types of materials where the metal and plastic are the most common.
Other Celebrations on March 4
March 4 is also celebrated as
- National Pound Cake Day
- International Scrapbooking Industry Day
- National Grammar Day
- Marching Band Day
- Namesake Day
How to Celebrate Toy Soldier Day
Celebrating the Toy Soldier Day is quite simple. Take out your toy soldiers out to make them get ready for the combat. It is a special occasion for the kids to make the real fun. Those adults can reminisce your old memories where you would have done so many gameplays. You can even buy the latest new model toy soldiers for your kids to make them enjoy a day with this miniature versions. Organize a toy soldier party in your community and call people to display their toy soldiers. You could even display yours if you are having any from the oldest to newest. Also, don’t forget to appreciate the real soldiers if you know any. Share your toy soldier pictures on the social media using the hashtag #ToySoldierDay.