1. You can snuggle with your Teddy Bear. If you don't have one, why not?
2. You can read to your Teddy Bear. Of course he/she would like to hear a story about Teddy Bears.
3. You can give a child you know a Teddy Bear.
Where did the Teddy Bear come from, anyway?
The story goes that in the early 1900s, when Theodore (Teddy) Roosevelt was President of the United States, he went hunting in Mississippi and would not shoot a small bear. The Washington Post got hold of the story and made a cartoon of it. Morris and Rose Michtom, toy store owners, wrote President Roosevelt for permission to call their stuffed animals "Teddy Bears." The bears were very popular and the company became the Ideal Toy Company, one of the largest toy companies in the world.
And now you know.
Think I'll see if my Teddy Bear wants to read or watch TV.