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Day 87 Rainbows

During the stay at home orders, kids were drawing rainbows and displayed them in their window for other kids to see when walking by. Every time kids go out for a walk; they can go on a mini scavenger hunt and try to locate the homes with rainbows. To make things easier, there are even Google Maps dedicated to the idea, showing all the participating homes nearby.

It is a small and sweet gesture to keep kids busy and bring some joy and positivity during these trying times. Let’s hope some of these things will continue also after the restrictions are lifted.

Lego was inspired by the children who were putting rainbows outside their homes to spread cheer and hope, and asked kids to join in by building rainbows and sharing pictures of them with its "#LetsBuildTogether."


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