We couldn’t possibly let Unicorn Day come and go without proper celebration… especially since a little magic goes a long way these days. Grab your kids, the sparkles, and join us!
We know that staying home during COVID19 can be a challenge. Therefore, each day schools are closed, (cool) progeny will offer easy activities to keep the the whole family engaged. If you try any of these activities, post pictures to Facebook and Instagram and tag us (#coolprogeny and @coolprogeny). After all, we’re all in this together!
You can download a PDF of these ideas here.
Did you miss a day? No worries! You can view all of our (cool) fun at home ideas here.
Cool Fun at Home: It’s Unicorn Day!
Today’s rainy weather doesn’t have to be an outside wash out — give colorful rainbow rain painting a try! This tutorial from Housing a Forest will get you started. (Don’t worry — the kids aren’t out in the rain for long!)
“I Rode a Rainbow Unicorn” is a funny poem by Kenn Nesbitt that is sure to bring some smiles! Read the poem to your child and then challenge them to write their own poem or short story about unicorns! If your child is too young to write, have them verbally tell you the story and you can write it out for them. Don’t forget to have them draw a picture to illustrate their story!
Draw a Flashy Unicorn
Deep Space Sparkle has been offering some amazing “Draw & Paint Along with Patty” Facebook Live sessions — but our favorite one is “Flashy Unicorn.” You and the kids will love it, too!
Make a Paper Unicorn Hand Puppet
Easy Kids Crafts on YouTube has a fun (and, ahem, easy!) paper unicorn hand puppet craft tutorial. Try it out with your kiddos!
Your child can channel their inner unicorn! Kids will love these yoga moves that will have them raising their horns high and hooves to the sky. Melody of Yoga Lifestyles will lead them in magical stretches and more.
“You Don’t Want a Unicorn”
What kid doesn’t like slime?! It’s one of those things that is kind of instantly magical and seems to immediately put everyone in a good mood (until kitchen clean-up anyway!). Here are two recipes to try from My Frugal Adventures and Kids Activities Blog.