Children are being encouraged to stay entertained and active during the coronavirus crisis - by taking part in the 'Daily Mile Challenge' - also known as the 'Rainbow Trail'.
It involves children who are self-isolating, or staying at home, drawing or painting a picture of a rainbow and putting it in their front window.
Youngsters who are out for a walk or run, but adhering to social distancing guidelines, are then tasked with seeing as many rainbows as they can - all while doing at least a mile's worth of exercise.
Children have been taking part in the initiative across the UK, as a way of killing boredom during the pandemic, as well as achieving daily exercise targets.
One local group promoting the idea is Auchterarder-based Five Star Active.
Steven Watt, who runs the fitness group with wife Fiona, tells us more about it: