Having some fun doing it in the dark…
Why not have a little fun this Earth Hour with some of our inspired ideas! We’ve thought of 60 fun things you can do on the night - here’s a few to get you started:
No. 4. Make shadow or sock puppets
Bring out your creative side. Here’s a bit of inspiration.
Owls are amazing creatures who enjoy more than an hour in the dark. You can follow their lead and do it in the dark twoo!
No. 12. Stargazing
Take time out to appreciate the constellations in all their glory. Check out this handy stargazing pack.
Wrap up warm and enjoy a picnic under the night sky or add a twist and do it indoors!
Scare your fellow monsters by casting shadows across your face!
No. 21. Toast marshmallows around the fire
Try and get that perfect melt!
No. 29. Candle-lit dinner
Have a relaxing meal by candlelight. Check out one of our exclusive celebrity recipes.
No.33. Listen to music
Enjoy your favourite tunes in the dark – extend this to singing and dancing for the more adventurous!
No. 40. Have a onesie party
Make the most of Earth Hour and surround yourself with good friends and a cosy onesie of your choice! We’re thinking the more animal onesies the better…
No. 44. Listen to the Just So audio books
Sign up to Earth Hour 2013 to receive exclusive audio books read by WWF-UK ambassadors Kevin McCloud, Alistair McGowan and Miranda Richardson.
No. 45. Pretend your torch is a lightsaber
Use the force to defend the future of our planet – may the force be with you!
No. 46. Practice your night photography
Why not have a go at some light-writing!
No. 56. Tell scary stories
Add a bit of thrill to Earth Hour with a scary story. Props encouraged!
No. 59. Make an origami wind turbine
Simple to make and impressive to look at – get started making your own origami wind turbine!