Explore how the Zee Zees celebrate lots of different holidays and fun times together.
Since the Zee Zees are all about helping us stay active, it’s no wonder that breakfast is their favorite meal of the day. You’ve probably heard that it’s the most important meal of the day, but you may not know exactly why that is. Our favorite outer-space pals have got some great ideas on ways to explain why the first meal of the day is the best meal of the day.
It’s St. Patrick’s Day. A day to drink green milk (the dyed kind of course), look for gold, and chase rainbows. It’s also a day to keep a lookout, because it’s the one day you’re most likely to get bamboozled by a little guy in a green hat.
Leprechauns are mischievous beings. They get their kicks changing clocks, baking TV remotes into cake, and putting sticky notes all over your locker—that can make it hard to enjoy all the fun things St. Patrick’s Day has to offer. Thankfully there’s a way to make yourself practically un-prankable.
Everybody’s got their New Year’s traditions. Well, everybody but the Zee Zees. Having been on earth less than a whole year, they haven’t had the time to develop any.
Because a traditionless New Year is no way to welcome the next 365 days, the Zee Zees have come up with an entirely new way to celebrate the New Year—mixing and matching customs to get a feel for what’s out there.
Here are some of the activities the Zee Zees are bringing to their New Year’s party. Who knows, maybe you’ll find a new one to bring to yours.
There are many different ways to celebrate the holidays here on Earth. Any way you choose to celebrate, the best part is that it’s a special time of year where human beings can enjoy getting together and spending time with their family and friends. Even though they may not be human beings, it sure doesn’t mean the Zee Zees are any different from earthlings. They love getting together and celebrating the traditions from their home-world with each other.
We sat the Zee Zees down to a Thanksgiving spread, and between mouthfuls of mashed potatoes, stuffing, turkey and cranberry sauce—we asked the question “what are you most thankful for?”
Ever feel like that around the end of October it seems like you’re slowly getting shortchanged on your outdoor after school playtime because it’s getting dark outside earlier and earlier? Well it’s not just your imagination, there really is a difference between Summertime and Wintertime, and it’s all due to something called Daylight Saving Time...