Churchill is too politca…lee…for me at the moment. So I want to focus on the Unicorns!!!
- A baby unicorn is called a sparkle…eeeeeeeeeeeeeee….
- If a Unicorn and a Pegasus mate, the babies may become flying Unicorns.
- According to a Jewish legend, the Unicorn can easily kill an elephant.
- The Scots national animal is the Unicorn.
- It’s said that the unicorn was chosen to be Scotland’s national symbol because the unicorn is the natural enemy of the lion.
- There is a unicorn of the ocean. It’s called a Narwhal. It too has a long horn on its head. In 1577, Queen Elizabeth was presented with a Narwhal horn.
- In some ancient civilisations, such as in the Indus Valley, they would seal their secret documents in clay tablets with a unicorn emblem.
- Cups made from a unicorn horn are believed to reveal when a drink has been poisoned.
HOW TO OBSERVE #NationalUnicornDay
There are several ways to celebrate this fun day. Try these ideas:
- Make some brightly coloured pancakes or cupcakes. Decorate them with multicoloured sprinkles or glitter.
- Bake cookies in the shape of unicorns.
- Bake multicoloured cookies
- Bake anything multicoloured!
- Watch a favourite movie including unicorns.
- Draw a picture of a unicorn or write a story about one.
- Read your favourite fantasy novel featuring unicorns.