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What’s your favourite way to spend the weekend? Let us know in the comments below!
Catch you later,
The April issue of Chirp Magazine is all about our amazing planet! One of the most fascinating things on Earth are volcanoes and you can learn all about how volcanoes work in this issue of Chirp. To learn more about volcanoes and to see some epic eruptions, check out this video. Wow!
The March issue is full of crafty fun and it will be coming to your mailbox very soon! We loved working on this issue. You might notice something different about the cover of this month’s issue – our artist friend Lesley-Anne Green made a felt doll of Chirp and Sparky for the cover! Sooooooo cute.
Let us know what you think of this issue of Chirp magazine.
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Hey there readers,
Did you know that February 2nd is Groundhog Day?
They say that on this day if a groundhog doesn’t see his shadow, it will be an early spring. If he does see his shadow, there will be six more weeks of winter! This tradition goes back all the way to the year 1841, where groundhogs, badgers, and even bears were used to figure out the coming weather.
Groundhogs aren’t the only animals to help people predict the weather. Frogs will croak louder if a storm is coming and ants will build up their mounds to stop rushing rainwater. So cool!
Do you hope the groundhog will see his shadow for 6 more weeks of winter or are you wishing for spring?
Have a fantastic weekend!