Show us a soldier dancing a beautifully choreographed, physically distanced rendition of the Dance of the Sugarplum Fairy or Swan Lake while dressed in full combat fatigues.
Using forced perspective, take a portrait with your pet aligned so that the pet’s nose and mouth become your nose and mouth, as though you are one entity.
At dusk, seek out one or more real living fireflies somewhere in the US or Canada, document and upload your observations to iNaturalist. Join the Firefly Project and tag your observations to: Fireflies of the USA and Canada. Send us a screenshot. Bonus points: Share a video of yourself or loved ones communicating with the fireflies. – Karina W.
Bugs get bored, too. Build a tiny board game for bugs and show them playing.
Antisocial butterfly. – Trina
Your home is more than your castle. It’s swiftly becoming a sovereign nation, and like every nation, it needs a tourism board. Create a one-page brochure or video advertising travel to your house as a coveted destination.
Eventually (maybe years from now) face masks won’t be needed as much as they are now, but it would be such a waste if they all went to landfills. USING AN OLD FACEMASK THAT IS NO LONGER USABLE, devise a fashion accessory for your pet. – Emily
Everyone working from home claims that their pets are their new ‘co-workers’, but were they ever properly interviewed for the position? Conduct a Zoom job interview with a friend’s pet for a new position within your household.
Toilet paper is getting scarce, and so are a lot of animals on the planet. Create a sculpture of an endangered species from empty toilet-tissue tubes(s) and/or paper towel tubes.
Tampon Jenga. (You may not unwrap them — this is not a time to be wasteful.)