Word of the Day – ‘Alliance’

Word of the Day – ‘Alliance’

Do you know the definition for the New Word of the Day, which is “Alliance”? Pronounced: [uh·lai·uhns] A union or association formed for mutual benefit, especially between countries or organizations For example, during World War II the main Axis alliance consisted of Germany, Japan, and Italy An example of a strategic alliance between companies is […]

Word of the Day – Positivity

Word of the Day – Positivity

Do you know the definition for the New Word of the Day, which is “Positivity”? Pronounced: [pä-zə-ˈti-və-tē ] The practice of being or tendency to be positive or optimistic in attitude Here is one way to be more optimistic: Say Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious  So, Homeschoolers: sketch an illustration and briefly describe what the word ‘positivity’ means to you.

Word of the Day – Pandemic

Word of the Day – Pandemic

Do you know the definition for the New Word of the Day, which is “Pandemic”? Pronounced: [pan-ˈde-mik] A disease that occurs over a wide geographic area (such as a whole country or the world) and typically affects a significant proportion of the population The Hong Kong Flu claimed 1 million lives in 1968 Asian Flu took […]

Word of the Day – ‘Improvise’

Word of the Day – ‘Improvise’

Do you know the definition for the New Word of the Day, which is “Improvise”? Pronounced: [ˈim-prə-ˌvīz] To produce or make something from whatever is available This is an opportunity to more intensely turn our hearts—fears, desires, and disappointments to God with personal pleading for forgiveness and strength to serve him, our families, neighbors, and […]

Word of the Day – ‘Electoral College’

Word of the Day – ‘Electoral College’

Do you know the definition for the New Word of the Day, which is “Electoral College”? Pronounced: [əˈlekt(ə)rəl  [ˈkälij] Article II, Section 1, Clause 2 provides that each state shall appoint electors selected in a manner determined by its legislature. There are currently 538 electors in the Electoral College. An absolute majority of electoral votes—270 or more—is required for the college […]