1. Line the streets and dress up your area to celebrate the Olympic Torch Relay
2. Follow the Olympic Flame as it journeys through Scotland and on Twitter with @London2012. Tweet your thoughts and pictures using #London2012TorchRelay
3. Buy tickets to see Spain, Japan, USA and France compete in the Olympic Football Tournament at Hampden Park. Prices are from £20 for adults, with special ‘pay your age’ prices for young people aged 16 and under and £16 tickets for seniors.
4. Garden for the Games: Run window boxes down your street in red, white and blue. Plant golden marigolds or get the neighbours talking and plant the Olympic Rings.
5. Hold a sports quiz with your friends and family to find the brains of the Games. You can download everything you need to get started, including quizzes and answer sheets, when you sign up as a Local Leader.
6. Gather friends and family to watch the Olympic Opening Ceremony on 27 July. Sign up to be a Local Leader for everything you need to get you started – including party invites, recipes and Opening Night In party games.
7. Sign up to ‘Join in’ emails giving you news, videos and exclusive competitions from now right through the Games.
8. Host a Super Saturday party on 4 August, when 25 gold medals will be won. A perfect day to host a BBQ and celebrate the Olympic Games. Sign up to be a Local Leader for everything you need to get you started including invites and party games.
9. Make sure your local school celebrates the athletes and cultures of the world on London 2012 World Sport Day, 25 June
10. Encourage your local school to learn the official London 2012 mascot dance
11. Make Flame hats and shakers in your school or at home to celebrate the Olympic Torch Relay.
12. Get your school to enter the ‘Get Set for Team GB and ParalympicsGB’ schools competition, pledging their support to our greatest team as they prepare for the Games.
13. Plan Paralympic Games activities for the start of the new school year in September.
14. Download the final mascot film from the Get Set website and host a special school assembly to see how their journey ends.
15. Join in for free with Big Dance – the UK's biggest ever celebration of dance. Thousands of events will take place in all sorts of locations and in all dance styles, all open to absolutely anyone.
16. Bake a Mount Olympus Pudding for your Olympic celebrations, a dessert of Olympic ambitions created by Local Leaders the Baker Brothers. Download the recipe
17. Watch all the sport and enjoy other entertainment at Live Sites with giant screens in Edinburgh and across the UK.
18. Learn all about the Olympic sports and try one yourself.
19. Take part in or watch the remarkable Speed of Light from 9 August. Edinburgh’s Arthur’s Seat is the stage for a remarkable fusion of public art and sporting endeavour with a mass choreographed act of walking and endurance running, as part of Edinburgh International Festival and London 2012 Festival. A mesmerising visual display unfolds each night on the ascent to the summit as hundreds of runners wearing specially designed light suits take to the intricate path networks below.
20. Buy Paralympic Games tickets and witness sport like never before. Tickets from £10 for adults, £5 for young people and seniors.
21. Learn all about athletes born in your area hoping to compete at London 2012. Find out about their sport and get ready to follow their journey.
22. Learn more about the nations and cultures of the athletes who will be based at a Pre-Games Training Camp near you.
23. Find out how to train to become a referee, official or coach in a sport that interests you.
24. Take part in the London 2012 Festival – over 10 million free opportunities for a huge range of arts and culture events.
25. Get tickets for The Big Concert – Gustavo Dudamel and the Simón Bolívar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela – Live from Stirling. Dudamel and the orchestra always bring a party atmosphere with them, and seeing this master of music from £5 against the stunning backdrop of Stirling Castle is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
26. Join the 100,000 people on Hackney Marshes by listening to the BBC Radio 1 Hackney Weekend on BBC Radio 1, 1Xtra and BBC Three.
27. Get tickets to your local Picturehouse cinema for the simultaneous broadcast of film premieres and a director Q&A event from the Hackney Picturehouse. It's showing four new films commissioned for the London 2012 Festival by BBC Films and Film4: Mike Leigh’s A Running Jump, Lynne Ramsay’s The Swimmer, Asif Kapadia’s The Odyssey and WHAT IF by Max and Dania of StreetDance 3D fame and starring Noel Clarke london2012.com/festival
28. Attend one of the Paralympic Games ‘Light a Lantern’ events. Find one near you in the 'What's on' section.
29. Follow the Pleasance Barge, a Comedy Relay on a narrow boat, with group of comics and their guests as they embark from London on a watery adventure to the Edinburgh Festival. During the journey, impromptu pop-up comedy gigs are performed to dedicated crowds in various secret inland locations, and along the river bank from the roof of the boat.
30. Grab a bell and ring it on the morning of the opening day of the London 2012 Olympic Games for 'Work No.1197: All the bells in a country rung as quickly and as loudly as possible for three minutes' by Turner Prize-winning artist and musician Martin Creed. The UK is invited to ring thousands of bells at the same time, whether schools bells, church bells, town hall bells, bicycle bells or door bells. london2012.com/festival
31. Watch the world famous BBC Proms – a London 2012 Festival highlight. From Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony to specially-filmed new Wallace and Gromit animations and the ‘Last Night of the Proms’ celebrations. You can enjoy the performances for free on BBC Radio 3, and many will also be screened on BBC One, BBC Two and BBC Four. london2012.com/festival
32. Visit some of the Olympic Host Cities and towns given their moment to shine during the Torch Relay. Get 20.12% discount off top attractions along with other fantastic offers.
33. Play mascot games and create your own mascot at london2012.com/mascots
34. Buy your flags and banners to line the streets for Olympic Torch Relay from £5 online and in the official London 2012 Shop in John Lewis.
35. Buy your Team GB replica kit to cheer on our greatest team.
36. Buy your Team GB scarf to support our greatest team.
37. Tune into BBC coverage of the Olympic Games.
38. Follow @London2012 on Twitter and Like the London 2012 Facebook page for all the latest info, photos, competitions and more.
39. Follow @iamWenlock & @iamMandeville on Twitter and Like Wenlock and Mandeville's pages on Facebook.
40. Keep up with results, news and information by logging in to london2012.com from your computer or mobile phone.
41. Join Our Greatest Team – send a message of support to Britain’s Olympic and Paralympic athletes.
42. Download the Official London 2012 Join In App – a mobile guide to help you plan, enjoy and share your Games experience. london2012.com/mobileapps
43. Download the official results app to keep up with the action, coming soon at london2012.com/mobileapps
44. Watch new videos uploaded daily at www.youtube.com/london2012
45. Decamp to Edinburgh in late August for a remarkable programme by Edinburgh International Festival in collaboration with the London 2012 Festival. It includes a new version of Jonathan Swift’s Gulliver’s Travels by visionary director Silviu Purcărete; legendary director Ariane Mnouchkine and Théâtre du Soleil’s spectacular fantasy Les Naufragés du Fol Espoir (Aurores); and Meine faire Dame – ein Sprachlabor, a loose version of ‘My Fair Lady’ by acclaimed director Christoph Marthaler.
46. At the Edinburgh Festival experience three innovative adaptations of Shakespeare as part of the World Shakespeare Festival – 2008: Macbeth, a spectacular and immersive version of the drama set in a contemporary middle-eastern conflict; A Midsummer Night’s Dream (As You Like it), a radical new take on the classic tale directed by Dmitry Krymov and produced by the Royal Shakespeare Company; and The Rape of Lucrece, a narrative poem told in a hypnotic evening of song and storytelling featuring singer Camille O’ Sullivan.
47. Celebrate the last days of the London 2012 Festival (8 – 9 September) with a dance takeover of the celebrated Glasgow Barrowlands, created by Michael Clark, the iconic Scottish dancer, choreographer and artist, which will invite local people to become performers in the choreography alongside company dancers, accentuating the communal dance experience.
48. Get down to one of 500 musical events on bandstands and public spaces UK-wide as part of Bandstand Marathon on 9 September, which brings communities together through live music performances all at the same time, on the same day
49. Enter the 'Inspire a generation' photo competition to win great prizes on the London 2012 Facebook page.
50. Scour the schedule to make sure you know when your favourite sport is on.