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NATIONAL UNICORN DAY
National Unicorn Day on April 9th each year celebrates the mythical horse-like creature with a single, pointed horn growing from the center of its forehead.
Unicorns have been a popular mythical creature since Ancient Greek times when people believed they lived in exotic India. While they were once considered to be fierce, powerful animals, many now see them as a symbol of love, purity, enchantment, and magic. They also appear in many movies and cartoons as magical creatures. Both adults and children find a fascination with unicorns. They also continue to find their way into fantasy novels alongside other mythical creatures.
HOW TO OBSERVE #NationalUnicornDay
There are serval ways to celebrate this fun day. Try these fun ideas:
Make some brightly colored pancakes or cupcakes. Decorate them with multicolored sprinkles or glitter.
Bake cookies in the shape of unicorns.
Watch a favorite movie including unicorns.
Draw a picture of a unicorn or write a story about one.
Read your favorite fantasy novel featuring unicorns.
We’ve also created a coloring page and a picture puzzle. Can you find the differences? Use the key to see if you find them all. Post photos on social media using #NationalUnicornDay
NATIONAL UNICORN DAY HISTORY
Hometown Hall continues to research the origins of this holiday.