It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas...but today let's talk about something less merry.
There is a page on the usa.gov site called Learn aboutLife in the United States for kids. It's like a little civic lesson. While browsing through the site, I that I am not sure most Americans (those of us born and raised here) know. Here is DYK list compiled by this intrepid blogger.
the United States has no official language? While English is the most common language spoken, there are better than 300 different languages and dialects of languages heard from sea to shining sea.
if you wish your language to be considered the official language of the US, you can contact your elected officials? Don't get your hopes up, but it never hurts to ask, right?
the bluebonnet is to Texas what the shamrock is to the Irish? If you follow the link fun facts link under STATE AND STATE CAPITALS, you can learn interesting facts about all 50 states along with the ba…