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Did you know that the first week in May is Wildflower Week? This week is a chance to appreciate the beautiful flowers that are blooming all around us. To celebrate, why not try one of these fun activities?
What’s your favourite flower? Let us know in the comments!
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chickaDEE’s December issue is ready to go! Learn about different winter holidays, make a sparkly ornament and read a hilarious guide to winter!
As always, there are tons of comics, puzzles and fun. Did you get your issue yet?
Have a great weekend,
Did you know that it’s World Snake Day? Some of you might find these slithery creatures a bit scary (and that’s ok!) but there’s more to this reptile than just slippery scales and sharp fangs. Read on to learn more about snakes!
– Snakes can smell with their tongues! Its tongue can pick up scents from around it in the air. The snake’s tongue carries the smell back to two small openings in the roof of its mouth.
– Many snakes carry venom. Scientists are learning how to turn this scary liquid into medicine!
– Snakes shed their skin! It comes usually comes off in one piece, inside out!
– There are more than 2,500 species of snakes slither around the world.
Do you have any snake facts to share?
Leave a comment below!
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See what Owlkids intern Courtney has to say about Superman Day!
Did you know that today is Superman Day? A few years ago, DC Comics declared June 12th “Man of Steel” Day, and people have been celebrating ever since! This year, we’re going to celebrate the day with a game of Would You Rather: Superhero Edition!
Would You Rather…
Turn big and green like the Hulk OR climb up walls like Spiderman?
Run super-fast like The Flash OR breathe underwater like Aquaman?
Wear Iron Man’s suit OR drive Batman’s super-cool Batmobile?
Use Thor’s hammer OR Captain America’s shield?
Have Supergirl’s super-hearing OR Wonder Woman’s lasso of truth?
Defend the world with the Avengers OR the Justice League?
What would you rather do? Let us know in the comments!
See you later, readers,