If you don’t want to ruin the surprise, you should stop reading. Otherwise, here are two example challenges to give you a sense of what the activities are like in the book!
Challenge Example 1:
Remember when toilet paper was as rare as unicorn tears? This year we learned that toilet paper is actually the fabric of our lives. Today, gather all the toilet paper you can spare and make an ugly Christmas sweater and hat from it. Use markers, scotch tape, or anything else you want but the only fabric you can use is TP. Flaunt your style, take a pic and share with the world #quarantinechristmaschallenge or email a copy at email@example.com - we’ll pick the best photo for a special prize.
Challenge Example 2:
“The best way to spread Christmas cheer is singing loud for all to hear.” (1) Gather the kids, friends or family (or go solo)! (2) Record yourself singing a holiday song as loud as you can. (3) Post it online, tag a friend, and challenge them to step up and spread the cheer by doing the same. Bonus points if you dress up like an elf. We’ll scour social media for our favorite video and they’ll get a special prize.