Celebrating * Dictionary Day

Today is National Dictionary Day –  This Monday we Celebrate !


Dictionary Day is in honor of Noah Webster, considered the Father of the American Dictionary. Noah Webster was born on October 16, 1758. The objective of this day is to emphasize the importance of dictionary skills, and seeks to improve vocabulary.

My Bell Ringer for Monday ! Can you find Yours ? Do you own a printed version?

Why a printed version?

  • Brain exercise
  • Joy of pulling a book of the self
  • Finding other words why looking
  • Illustrations on the pages  -no ads
  • Looking around the book and finding something new


As a Mom that school at home I had to go look  for ours. It’s so easy now to just – Goggle or Bing it ! My son does it all the time. Need a word,definition or spelling? Type it in. But today we are going old school and looking it up. And maybe we will learn some new words. Join me in Celebrating *  Dictionary Day!



Today  School Fun  Projects —

  • Spelling bee
  • Word search
  • word scavenger hunt

You can use   Spell City to make your list –  Spell City

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My Project Life post  * Happy


I just decided to start doing some project life pages and posting them on my Monday morning post. This is the definition of Happy for my son. Raking Fall leaves and then jumping & playing in them.  Using some items from Simple Stories kits and other items. Lisa 


Definition of happy

happier; happiest

1 :favored by luck or fortune :fortunate

  • a happy coincidence
2 :notably fitting, effective, or well adapted :felicitous

  • a happy choice
3 a :enjoying or characterized by well-being and contentment

  • is the happiest person I know
  • a happy childhood
b :expressing, reflecting, or suggestive of happiness

  • a happy ending


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