Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Doing Good in YOUR Hood


Today finds me and my monsters at the Science Museum of Minnesota. From 10:00 - 1:00 today, I, along with 7 other Minnesota bloggers, will be educating families on bringing green to a local level!  We are calling it "Doing Good in Your Neighborhood"!

Just last night, I cut 7 20x30 sheets of flower seed paper into 200 4x5 pieces for kids to make drawing or rubbings on and then take home to plant.  How cool is that?!?! Paper you can plant! 

There are so many amazing things you and your families can do right at home to take care of the world you live in everyday!  The point of our project today is to show people that they CAN make a difference. Every. Single. Day.

On Friday, I asked you to write post about how you do good for others or for your community. What kind of random acts of kindness do you do? Have you ever paid it forward? How? What will you do today that will make someone smile?  These things make a difference and we want to know about it!  Link up today and share with us, how are you doing good?  How do you make a difference in your neighborhood?

2 comments:

adrienzgirl said...

The whole paper you can plant thing blows my mind! I hope you have an amazing day and enjoy all those kids smiling today! To me there isn't any greater joy in the world than seeing a bunch of happy smiling children.

The Blue Zoo said...

Thats a really cool idea! Paper you can draw on AND plant! I should get some for my kids. Hope you have a great day.

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