Thursday

The Alphabet

A ~ you're adorable
B ~ you're so beautiful
C ~ you're a cutie full of charms
D ~ you're a darling
E ~ you're exciting
F ~ you're a feather in my arms
G ~ you look good to me
H ~ you're so heavenly
I ~ you're the one I idolize
J ~ we're like Jack and Jill
K ~ you're so kissable
L ~ you're the lovelight in my eyes

M, N, O, P . . . I could go on all day . . .
Q, R, S, T . . . alphabetically speaking, you're OK!

U ~ make my life complete
V ~ means you're very sweet

W, X, Y, Z
It's fun to wander through the alphabet with you to tell you what you mean to me!

December (riddle)

december english riddle joke christmas

Sunday

Confucius

I hear and I forget. I see and I remember. I do and I understand. — Confucius
confucius

vowels

Strengths is the longest word in the English language that has just one vowel.
english vowels

Monday

The Elephant’s Trunk

The elephant carries a great big trunk.
He never packs it with clothes.
It has no lock and it has no key.
But he takes it wherever he goes.
—Anonymous

elephant trunk

Related post: trunk

Tuesday

black cats

In England and Japan, black cats are considered good luck.

black cats good luck england japan

Monday

abbreviation

How come the word abbreviation is so long?( ̄□ ̄)
english abbreviation

Saturday

American English and British English

(without a 'u')
usa us american
(with a 'u')
uk british
colorcolour
favorfavour
flavorflavour
odorodour
humorhumour
rumorrumour
honorhonour
laborlabour
harborharbour
neighborneighbour
parlorparlour
vigorvigour
rigorrigour
demeanordemeanour
moldmould
saviorsaviour
clamorclamour
sulfursulphur
tumortumour
vaporvapour

Wednesday

math & palindrome

111,111,111 x 111,111,111 = 12,345,678,987,654,321

mathematics math palindrome

Friday

trunk

What do cars and elephants have in common?
They both have trunks.

cars elephants

Tuesday

Alphabet Poem

pieA was an apple pie;
B bit it,
C cut it,
D dealt it,
E eats it,
F fought for it,
G got it,
H had it,
I inspected it,
J jumped for it,
K kept it,
L longed for it,
M mourned for it,
N nodded at it,
O opened it,
P peeped in it,
Q quartered it,
R ran for it,
S stole it,
T took it,
U upset it,
V viewed it,
W wanted it,
X, Y, Z and ampersand
All wished for a piece in hand.

Friday

jump higher than a ...

jump higher tall buildings

Who can jump higher than a tall building? Anyone can. A building can't jump.

Thursday

jump rope

What do you get if you cross a kangaroo and a snake?
A jump rope.

jump rope skipping kangaroo snake

Friday

bees' colors (colours)

Fun Fact: Bees can be green, blue, or red in addition to yellow.
cubes dice blocks colors colours yellow green blue red

Sunday

We Love Earth!

If many little people, in many little places, do many little things, they can change the face of the Earth. — African Proverb

cleaning up saving green earth

Friday

WE

Cooperation is spelled with two letters: "W" and "E"!

cooperation we us

Saturday

qu /kw/

Qu are always together and we say they are married.

qu phonics

Tuesday

magic

How do you make the number one disappear?
Add the letter g and it's gone!

spelling

Monday

Happy Easter!

Where does the Easter Bunny get his eggs? Eggplants.

easter

Sunday

envelope

What starts with E, ends with E but usually has one letter?
An envelope.

envelope

Friday

Traditional Irish Folk Blessing

May the road rise up to meet you,
May the wind be always at your back,
May the sun shine warm on your face,
The rain fall softly on your fields,
And until we meet again
May God hold you in the palm of his hand.

Tuesday

Languages

languages world Nearly 7,000 languages are spoken worldwide.

Thursday

English Language

English words

There are more than 250,000 words in the English language.

Wednesday

Chinese New Year

Traditional Chinese Nursery Rhyme

You'll find whenever the New Year comes
The Kitchen God will want some plums.
The girls will want some flowers new;
The boys will want firecrackers, too.
A new felt cap will please papa,
And a sugar cake for dear mama.

Friday

Learn a new language

When does a dog go "moo"?

When it's learning a new language.

Wednesday

Tongue Twister

"The storm starts
when the drops start dropping.
When the drops stop dropping
then the storm starts stopping."
Dr. Seuss

Sunday

Languages

languages● The three largest languages in the world by native speakers:

(1) Chinese (Mandarin)

(2) Spanish

(3) English

● The country with the most official languages is the Republic of South Africa with 11.