Weird plurals. You’ve got to love them. They don’t follow the rules and aren’t always easy to memorize. This is not so helpful as the end of the school year approaches and your kids are trying to remember concepts from the beginning of the year for standardized tests. We love this resource from http://www.grammar.net/plurals. Not only does it visually explain grammar rules, it also shows the origin of irregular plural nouns derived from Latin and Greek words. For homeschoolers, this poster/infographic combines a nice blend of Engish grammar, science, and foreign language study. Happy learning!
Source: Weird plurals: Latin and Greek origins, irregular plural noun forms [infographic] | Grammar Newsletter – English Grammar Newsletter
Ventis secundis, tene cursum. It never hurts to “Go with the flow.”
That awkward moment when your pet fish realizes they are a fish.
We LOVE this blog from Life as Mama! It has a curated list of crafts to help your younger kids learn about the weather. From a bright, happy sun, a colorful rainbow, and a fluffy cotton cloud with paper rain drops, you will be sure to find something to satisfy your children’s curiosity with hands-on learning.
Source: 7 Fun Weather Crafts For Kids
Make someone laugh to make their day today!
It takes a lot of skill to have hair look that crazy!
Be kind and make someone’s day today!
Did you know the Latin word ambulo is Latin for I walk? In fact, Latin is the technical language for science, health care, and the legal system. Ambulo, ambulare are the root words for ambulance, ambulate and ambulatory. How many other English derivatives do you know that come from this Latin word? Watch our video below and find out!
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