National Yo-Yo Day
National Yo-Yo Day is celebrated on June 6 of every day. National Yo-Yo Day celebrates the historic toy and the perfect day to get out your yo-yo’s and try hand at The Sleeper, Shooting the Moon, Around the World, Walk the Dog or Hop the Fence. A yo-yo is an object with an axle connected to two disks shaped and a length of string looped around the axle. It played by holding the end of the chain which is free that allows gravity and the force of spin that throw the yo-yo and unwind the string, then also allows the yo-yo to wind itself back. This is called “yo-yo.”
History of National Yo-Yo Day
Yo-Yo first invented in an ancient Greece. Greek vase painting, from 500 BC, a boy playing with a yo-yo. The Yo-Yo was made famous in America when Donald F. Duncan, Sr. manufactured the Duncan Yo-Yo in the early 1900s. The name “Yo-Yo” first registered as a trademark in 1932. In 1999, the Duncan Yo-Yo inducted into the National Toy Hall of Fame at The Strong in Rochester, New York. He recognized the potential of new fad and purchased the Flores Yo-Yo Corporation, and all assets are which transferred to the new company in 1932. The National Yo-Yo Museum located in Chico. Yo-Yo is a term often used to describe a person fluctuating between two difficult decisions.
How to Celebrate National Yo-Yo Day
Celebrate the National Yo-Yo Day for Mr. Duncan’s birthday. He was born on June 6, 1892, in Missouri. Apparently, nobody knew of his birth date thoughts it might be June 8. Also, this can celebrate the event that may involve by throwing a Yo-Yo based party, whereby all those attending must bring a unique yo-yo. Alternatively, you could host a Yo-Yo Olympics, where designated events have special National Yo-Yo Day based prizes. To post in social media, you can use the hashtag #YoYoDay.