Video Of Primary School Teachers Cosplaying During Children’s Day Celebration Went Viral, Netizens Amused!

Children’s Day celebrations are usually held every year in most schools…

video of primary school teachers cosplaying during children’s day celebration went viral, netizens amused!Photo via TikTok (@srrkhaa)

The purpose of Children’s Day is to celebrate the part that children’s play in school and their contributions. The event includes many fun activities that the kids can do with their teachers, stage performances, mini games and even dressing up in costumes just to make it more fun! 

Recently, a group of teachers got a lot of attention from netizens after videos of them cosplaying some of the world’s most famous characters went viral on TikTok. 

@srrkhaa Cikgu semangat sambut hari kanak-kanak pakai ikut tema! #teacherlife #sambutanharikanakkanak2022 #sambutanharikanakkanak #tiktokcikgu #CapCut #fyp #tiktokguru #gurumalaysia #anime #temaanime #temasuperherofairytale ♬ Good Time - Owl City & Carly Rae Jepsen

The 40-seconds video, uploaded by user @srrkhaa shows the teachers dressed in character-themed clothing like the Marvel superhero, Doctor Strange, Itachi Uchiha from Naruto, Disney’s Minnie Mouse, Captain Jack Sparrow and Woody, even Amato from the famous Malaysian animated series, Mechamato. 

It looks like they put a lot of thought and effort into it as well! 

The video has since garnered over 47,000 views at the time of writing with many praising the teachers for their efforts in making their students happy. 

@srrkhaa Sambutan Hari Kanak-Kanak tapi cikgu lagi excited!😂Sporting cikgu-cikgu!#tiktokguru #fyp #sambutanharikanakkanak2022 #sambutanharikanakkanak #guru #CapCut ♬ 可愛くてごめん (feat. かぴ) - HoneyWorks

“Being a teacher is tiring, but it’s events like these and to spend time with our children outside the classroom is what makes us excited to go to work,” one person commented.

“Teachers are the best! They do the most to help encourage our children’s creativity, confidence and curiosity.”

This looks so fun! Well done, teachers!