Paint a Rock Day!

Monday, June 29, 2020. Today is Paint a Rock Day! Gather some small rocks and paint them. These rocks can be placed in the park or in your neighborhood. It is fun to go to the park and look for painted rocks as well. Share a picture of your rock or one you found on Facebook.

Bubble Joy Day

Thursday, June 25, 2020. Bubble Joy! Today we are going to get bubble and wands and blow our frustrations away. Set up a 10minute time frame and have your neighbors go outside and blow as many bubbles as you can in your own front yard. This should help to put a smile on your face.

Shut The Front Door Day

Wednesday, June 24, 2020. Shut the Front Door Day! Have your family decorate your front door. Let your neighbors know that you are decorating your door and invite them to do the same. See who can be the most creative on their front door. Take a walk around the neighborhood to see everyone’s new front door.

Dress Up Your Pet Day

Tuesday, June 23, 2020. Today is Dress Up Your Pet Day! Dress up your dog or cat or even your stuffed animals. Set up a parade date and set up your pet or stuffed animal for others to see when the parade starts. Remember to keep your distance on the parade route.

Pavement Artist Day

Monday, June 22, 2020. Today is Pavement Artist Day. Grab some sidewalk chalk and use your sidewalk to do a picture. Get your neighbors to join in. These are the rules: Choose a day when it is fair weather, set a time when all the art is to be done, and share the art with your friends.

Make a Rain Gauge

Wednesday, June 17, 2020. Today is make a Rain Gauge Day. How important is rain? 1 inch of rain falling on your average 3000 square foot roof produces over 1800 gallons. That’s a lot of water to use on your garden.
How to make a gauge: Materials needed:
• 1 Liter bottle
• Scissors
• Ruler
• Pen or marker
• Journal or iPhone app (for recording rainfall)
Using a plastic disposable water bottle you can make a simple rain gauge. It costs almost nothing!
1-liter plastic water bottle. With a sharp knife, cut its neck on the cylindrical part.
Invert the top to make a funnel. This funnel will prevent evaporation of water.
Using your ruler and pen, place a mark every 1/2 inch on the bottle. These will allow you to measure how much rain you received.
An empty plastic bottle, being light, will fall down or fly away in the slightest breeze. Dig a hole and bury the lower end of the bottle in the ground. This will anchor the bottle in place.
After it rains, head outside and check your gauge! Record your results.

Feed the Birds Day

Tuesday, June 16, 2020. Today is Feed the Birds Day. Make and hang a bird feeder using peanut butter and seeds. How to make a feeder: Take a toilet paper roll and spread peanut butter on it. Pour some bird seed into the plastic plate. It should cover the entire bottom of the plate. Roll the paper roll in the birdseed. The seeds will stick to the peanut butter and create a tasty outer layer for the birds to eat. Hang from a tree to feed the birds.

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