National Step in a Puddle and Splash Your Friends Day

National Step in a Puddle and Splash Your Friends Day

Are you a bit naughty? Did you know you could be silly and still get away with it?

This might sound like an ordinary day in your daily life. There is a subtle difference. It is known as Step in a Puddle and Splash Your Friends Day.

Now you have a great reason to take on your friends in a spirit of joviality! Splash Your Friends Day, or Step in a Puddle and Splash Your Friends Day, is the perfect occasion to splash your friends.

You should know what you need to do right now! Let’s clarify it a bit more.

Walking somewhere together is the goal of the day. You should jump into any puddles that you find on the ground as soon as possible! What will happen? The result? You don’t have to worry about it, they will see the humor in it!

However, if you explain to them why your stepped in a puddle, they will likely do the same to you. It could have happened on the same day or on January 11th next year. It’s impossible to know, so keep your eyes open!

2011 was the year that Step in a Puddle and Splash Your Friends Day was first mentioned. Anita Silvey’s Children’s Book-a-Day Almanac was published online that year. It was also printed a year later. Silvey is a well-known author and literary critic of children‚Äôs literature.

In 2010, she began publishing the Children’s Book-a-Day Almanac. The publication is basically a daily essay about children’s literature. She mentions Step in a Puddle and Splash Your Friends Day in the 2012 edition.

She notes on the Almanac’s date page that people who live in a snowy or ice-free area celebrate it. Silvey recommends that you read “Splish, Splash”, by Sarah Weeks, “The Problem with Puddles”, by Kate Feiffer, or “Splash,” by Ann Jonas.

It doesn’t really matter if your age is a child or adult. You can celebrate Step In A Puddle and Splash Your Friends Day with anyone! This annual celebration is simple: All you need to do is get a puddle, and some friends to splash.

Some people may have difficulty finding puddles to swim in due to the season. This is due to the possibility of cold weather. You can still make puddles, provided it isn’t dangerous. You don’t want to slip on ice or get hurt.

If you plan on splashing a lot, you might want to consider wearing boots!


Nov 01 2024


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