Foggy mornings are the best. Join us today to read a foggy poem by Carl Sandburg
This week we are looking at simplicity in writing, so join us to learn about how simple sentences can improve your writing!
Simplicity in writing is something to behold, but so is simplicity by the moonlight. Join us today as we discuss simplicity and read a poem by James Joyce.
Well, we aren’t quite done with The Wizard of Oz, but we are close! Just a few more chapters after today! Join us for today’s post that covers chapters 18, 19, and 20.
Today we are reflecting on last week’s posts and looking ahead at next week’s material!
For this post, we summarize and analyze Oscar Wilde’s “The Selfish Giant.” This one has religious themes and magical elements. Join us to learn more!
Today we begin looking at grammar by examining the parts of a sentence: the subject and the predicate.
Today we are looking at a poem by Eunice Tietjens titled “Magic” to help us understand communication. Join us to learn more!
I need help answering this question as a matter of recommendation, as I doubt I will get a chance to read the entirety of the series this year.
We continue reading The Wonderful Wizard of Oz today by examining chapter sixteen and seventeen. Join us to learn more!