NATIONAL ALPHABET MAGNET DAY Beautiful letters and clever language come together in one celebration on May 9th. National Alphabet Magnet Day recognizes the ingenuity and creativity of making words from […]
In honor of National Grammar Day we review 9 Common Grammar Mistakes. Celebrate by seeing which ones you make or notice.
Language creates some interesting combinations. Challenge yourself and try using any of these 5 Backward Ways to Use Words.
In 2021, Courtney Hinshaw, founder of Ramona Recommends, created National Open The Magic Day to encourage parents, teachers, and students to find their confetti moments all around them.
On July 19th, National Words With Friends Day recognizes competition, smart wordplay, and the anniversary of the most popular word game.
Words Matter Week during the first full week in March coincides with National Grammar Day. The week aims to stamp out verbal slop and drivel.
National Library Lover's Month in February is dedicated to the people who love whole buildings devoted to reading, housing, organizing, categorizing, finding, studying, and otherwise loving books.
National Thesaurus Day on January 18th honors Peter Mark Roget, the author of Roget’s Thesaurus, who was born on this day in 1779.
Each year in November, writers set forth the task of completing a novel during National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo). It's a challenge most writers strive to undertake at least once in their lifetime, even if they never intend to publish it.